How Great Microsoft Dynamics GP Trainers Do It: Seven Proven Tips for Effective User Training

The following article is adapted from Victoria Yudin's new book Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Implementation.

Once your Microsoft Dynamics GP system is installed, configured, and populated with master records and initial data, what's next?

Most likely you have already started training users.  Here I'd like to discuss some ideas for planning how to train users and who should be performing the training.  I'll follow up in a future article with some thoughts on the type of training that is right for different audiences. 


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About Victoria Yudin

Victoria has been designing, implementing, integrating, and customizing business management and accounting systems for over 20 years. She has been a user of Microsoft Dynamics GP (and its Great Plains Software predecessor) since it was available on DOS and has been a Dynamics GP consultant for almost 15 years. Victoria has the distinction of being the only person in the world named a Microsoft Dynamics GP Most Valuable Professional (MVP) each consecutive year since 2005. Victoria has an undergraduate degree from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, and has numerous certifications for Microsoft Dynamics GP and related technologies.

In November 2000, Victoria started Flexible Solutions, Inc. to bring together her experience in accounting and business with her love for technology. Flexible Solutions is a Microsoft Dynamics GP Partner, offering the GP Reports Viewer add-on for Dynamics GP, as well as Microsoft Dynamics GP implementation, reporting, and support services.

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