Consider the Complexity of Your Data Sources When Designing Reports for Microsoft Dynamics GP Users

May 12 2011

This article is adapted from Christopher Liley and David Duncan's new book "Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Reporting," which covers in detail the challenges of report development as well as the selection and use of various reporting tools for Dynamics GP.

About Chris Liley

Chris Liley is a Principal Consultant with I.B.I.S., Inc.; a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner based in Norcross, GA, and is a Microsoft Certified Information Technology Professional for Dynamics GP. He is a graduate of Georgia State University with a B.B.A in Accounting and has worked with the Dynamics GP product since 2001.

Chris has also previously participated in the Dynamics Partner Advisory Board. Chris' experience ranges from financial analysis, software implementation, data conversions and integrations to designing and developing customizations in both the functional and technical area of consulting for Dynamics GP.

In addition, Chris has extensive experience in designing Business Intelligence solutions and has assisted numerous clients in analyzing their business plans with these solutions.

Chris is an author of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Reporting.

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