From the Microsoft Dynamics GP Blogs: Payables management; Fixed assets; Source code control; Vendor inactivation
A selection of the latest insight from the Microsoft Dynamics GP blogs:
- Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 R2: Payables Management - Link Credit Card Invoices to Original Invoice
- Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 R2 - Fixed Assets - Include Tax in Acquisition Cost
- Source Code Control is a Process, and Processes are Prone to Mistakes
- Mass Vendor Inactivation Script
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 R2: Payables Management - Link Credit Card Invoices to Original Invoice
On the Dynamics GP Support and Services Blog, Jeff Grant highlighted the functionality in Dynamics GP 2016 R2 that enables the user to more easily trace credit card payments back to the original vendor/invoice document behind the associated invoice for the credit card vendor.
When you enter a credit card payment into the Dynamics GP Payables Management module, a second invoice is created for the credit card vendor, Grant stated.
Prior to Dynamics GP 2016 R2 there was no visible connection between the two invoices, which made it difficult to trace the original vendor/credit card vendor link via the Payables Transaction Inquiry window without reviewing multiple documents.
And without an official invoice link, the credit card payments were displayed as "Unmatched Transactions" in the Reconcile to GL report, according to Chow.
You can find out how to link the credit card invoice back to the original invoice here.
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 R2 - Fixed Assets - Include Tax in Acquisition Cost
Also on the Dynamics GP Support and Services Blog, Lucas Reuss talked about another new feature ...
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