Microsoft continues to innovate and iterate with its popular Dynamics product line. This is good, though it can be a little confusing when it comes time to decide to stay with what you’ve got or move on to a new option. Today, our clients are asking if they should keep running Dynamics GP or migrate to Dynamics 365 Business Central. Both solutions are good, so the stay/go decision is not about better vs. worse. There are differences, though, so a company that uses Dynamics GP would be well served by looking at its needs and making a determination about moving to Dynamics 365.
Microsoft launched Dynamics 365 in 2016, offering Dynamics functional on a cloud-based Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) basis. Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central in one of its sub-offerings, providing enterprise resource planning (ERP) functions for small-to-midsized businesses. At the same time, Microsoft continues to develop and support Microsoft Dynamics GP, which is designed for the same kind of customer.
Comparing Dynamics GP and Dynamics 365 Business Central
The two solution share a code base, so their functionality is very similar. Both offer extensive financial management features, including reporting, e-banking and budgeting. They also both support fixed asset management and general ledger account segmentation. Both have integration with Power BI, US and Canadian payroll capabilities, inventory tracking and multi-currency compatibility. They can each handle multiple entities.
Dynamics GP does have forecasting and inter-company transaction processing, which Dynamics 365 Business Central currently does not. In our experience, there are some nuanced differences between the way the two solutions handle reporting and integration with CRM. And, given that Dynamics 365 is newer, the solution offers fewer third-party add-ons right now. This will surely change over time.
Licensing and hosting are areas where the two also differ. Dynamics GP is available with perpetual licensing, where you own the license, and subscription licensing. You can host GP on-premises or in the cloud through a third-party Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) hosting provider. This latter option saves you from having to buy new hardware every three years or so.
Dynamics 365 Business Central is available as a complete SaaS. This way, your accounting and/or ERP is hosted on the Microsoft Azure cloud. You will have to pay for a monthly subscription plan to Azure on top of your Dynamics 365 license fees. There are several advantages to this approach, however. Microsoft takes care of updates and bug fixes for any applications you’re running on Business Central. You also get out of the responsibility for buying and running infrastructure.
How to Make the Decision
Based on our experience with companies that are reviewing their options with Dynamics, it seems that the costs of running the respective solutions are the most important factors in making the decision. There is no imminent end of life for Dynamics GP. The best choice may be to do nothing, for now.
If we can help you determine your best path forward with Dynamics, let’s talk.
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The end of the year is upon us, and that means that alongside all the hustle and bustle of the holidays, another busy season is due to follow—Year-end closing. If you are using Microsoft Dynamics GP, there are a lot of resources, steps, and procedures to close the year out strong. Today, we would like to share tips, tricks, and helpful links to help you have a stress-free close.
Updates and Notes in Each Supported Version of GP
In November, Microsoft released the U.S. year end update to CustomerSource, along with a blog discussing the fixes and changes. Often, year end updates bring necessary payroll updates, hotfixes, and compliance updates to companies on mainstream support (currently 2015, 2016, 2018). Among the changes:
Payroll (GP 2015, 2016, 2018)
As always, year-end updates make large-yet necessary changes to U.S. Payroll, including Payroll and Payables Changes and Updates for ACA Reporting.
- Form 1099-DIV: Box 5 Section 199A dividends has been inserted in to a previously blank space on the Payables 1099-DIV form. Existing box numbers were renumbered from Box 5-14 to 6-15. Box 5 was previously Investment expenses. Investment expenses is now Box 6 (all subsequent boxes have been incremented as well).
- Form 1096: Two new form option checkboxes added.
- Form 1099-R: additional Distribution Codes C and M for Box 7 allowed to be entered on Edit 1099-R window. These codes and amounts associated with them will then be printed on the Print 1099-R form.
- ACA Form 1094-C: Checkboxes in box 22 Certifications of Eligibility have shifted on form 1094-C.
- ACA Form 1095-C: Formatting updates.
- Forms Not Changing in 2018 Year-End Update: Among the forms that will not change in 2018 are W-3, W-2, W-4, 1099-INT and 1099-MISC
Dynamics GP 2018
Dynamics GP 2018 (version 18.00.0672), including GP 2018 R2, sees fixes surrounding the Web Client Letter Writing Assistant (in R2), as well as the following modules:
- System: Potential error with the ASIEXP86 table (SmartList Favorites Columns Master) when you upgrade to Dynamics GP 2018 R2.
- Payroll: Aside from much larger Payroll changes in GP year-end, Microsoft notes that there are a few things to watch for in the event you key a transaction outside the pay code start/end date or if the start date falls between pay period dates. Further, the Mandatory arrears information is not populated in the APR_APR30300 table.
- Project Time and Expenses: A few changes include that PTE Timesheets may be updated with incorrect billing status using various tab orders in Web Client, an incorrect billing status that may be used when using looking glass to select a cost category to add a new item to a multi-line timesheet. Microsoft also notes that the entry window may slow when making edits to previously saved lines.
- VAT: A few changes made when calculating VAT regarding purchasing tax amounts, sales returns and credit memos, and purchasing returns and credit memos. Purchasing tax amounts from GL entries are subtracting from boxes 2 and 7, instead of adding to boxes 4 and 7 on the VAT Summary. Sales returns and credit memos are not deducting total taxable amount from box 6 on VAT return, and voids from box 1 and box 6. Purchasing returns & credit memo’s, voids are not deducting total taxable amount from box 7 on VAT return, and invoices not updating box 4.
Dynamics GP 2016
Fewer notes made in GP 2016 (version 16.00.0741). Primarily, you may experience internment workflow email failure, as well as the came VAT notes made in GP 2018. For companies printing
Dynamics GP 2015
GP 2015 adds changes to Payables forms 1099-DIV, 1096 and Payroll 1099-R (Pension).
The 14-Step Year-End Close Checklist for General Ledger in GP
The year-end close needs to be completed in a specific order to avoid errors or miscalculations during the closing procedure.
- Complete the posting procedures and the closing procedures for other modules (only required if GL is integrated with other modules): Post final transactions in all modules except for GL and complete month-end for all modules before completing year-end in each module. Per KB 888003, Microsoft recommends you close in the following order Inventory > Receivables Management > Payables Management > Fixed Asset Management > Analytical Accounting.
- Post the final adjusting entries in General Ledger: Make entries to correct errors.
- Print an account list to verify the posting type of each account. Determine which accounts are closed to retained earnings (moved to balance sheet) and which go to profit and loss.
- Close the last period of the fiscal year (optional): prevents transactions from being posted to the wrong period or to the wrong year.
- Perform file maintenance on the Financial series group of modules (optional): Run the check links procedure on the Financial series group of modules.
- Verify the settings in the General Ledger Setup window: Determine whether you want to keep historical records and verify that the box is checked or unchecked in the Maintain History area.
- Make a backup: Backups are critical to reduce the pain if anything goes wrong.
- Print a final Detailed Trial Balance report: Use the Trial Balance Report window to print Detailed Trial Balance Report.
- Print the year-end financial statements: Print any year-end financial statements that are required including but not limited to Balance Sheet, Profit and Loss Statement, Statement of Cash Flows, and Statement of Retained Earnings.
- Set up a new fiscal year: You must set up a new year before closing this year.
- Close the fiscal year: point to Toolson the Microsoft Dynamics GP menu, point to Routines, point to Financial, and then click Year-End Closing. See notes on using divisional retained earnings accounts here.
- Close all the fiscal periods for all the series (optional): Done to prevent transactions from being posted from any module to a closed period.
- Adjust the budget figures for the new year, and then print the financial statements: Adjust budget figures in Excel-Based Budgeting, Budget Maintenance, or Single-Account Budget Maintenance.
- Make a backup: This backup gives you a permanent record of the company’s financial position at the start of the new year.
Knowledge Base article 888003 explores a wide range of questions and answers about closing the year, providing helpful tips and tricks to make the year easier. Additionally, get more information about 2018 year-end close here.
Additional Information: Microsoft Dynamics GP Year-End Blog Series
There is a lot more information about closing the year in Microsoft Dynamics GP, much more than we can cover in a blog on the topic. From the blog series on year-end updates to the knowledge base articles, below are helpful resources for easing your close:
- General Ledger: Year-End Blog, KB 888003
- Inventory: Year-End Blog, KB 872713
- Receivables Management: Year-End Blog, KB 857444
- Payables Management: Year-End Blog, KB 875169
- Fixed Assets: Year-End Blog, KB 865653
- Payroll: Year-End Blog, Documentation: U.S. Payroll, KB 850663, W-2 Tips and Tricks, Affordable Care Act, Canadian Payroll
- Analytical Accounting: Year-End Blog, KB 960356
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A Brief Look Back: Part 1 and 2
In part one of this series, we explored seven improvements made in GP 2018 R2, discussing the following:
- Monthly Recurring Batches: Use Last Day of the Month
- Sales Transaction Workflow
- New Visual Added to Display Vendor Hold Status
- Toggle Business Analyzer Display for All Users
- Print and Email Sales Order Processing Documents
- Print in Functional Currency
- Post Through General Ledger Files
Part 2 looked at additional features, providing insights on the following features:
- Vendor Document Number in Purchasing All-in-One View
- SmartList for Deposits on Unposted Sales Transactions
- Include/Exclude Zero Quantity/Value Items on Historical Inventory Trial Balance
- Security Improvement: Increased Password Length
- Password Expiration Warnings
- Easily Email Customer Statements
- Allow/Decline Duplicate Check Numbers
Improvements Added to GP 2018 R2: Seven More Features Added to GP 2018 R2
Today, we would like to look at seven more new features added to the new iteration of Dynamics GP 2018 R2.
Payroll: Start Date and End Date for Each Pay Code
The first of three Payroll-focused features added top GP 2018 R2, Start Date and End Date for each pay code changes the way that check runs are completed. Added to the Employee Pay Code Maintenance Window, the feature is used when building the check run as to whether to include the selected pay codes. So if the check run is before the start date or after the end date, that pay code will not be included.
Payroll:Shared Maximum Benefit and Deduction Code
Also added to the payroll functionality, GP 2018 R2 adds a shared maximum benefit and deduction code. This new window allows professionals to set up calendar year maximums for things like 401K, Insurance, and more. This new window, Ded/Ben Shared Limit Setup, looks at the year-to-date amount and compare it to the calendar year max in this new window.
Payroll: Payroll Check Register Report Prints FICA Medicare and FICA Social Security
A third Payroll feature makes it easier to view and print total employer and employee FICA totals owed. Added to the Payroll Check Register Report, a new Total FICA Owed, Total Employee FICA owed, and totals for both FICA Medicare and FICA Social Security all print on the payroll check register report.
Purchase Orders: Partial Purchase on a Purchase Order
There are many occasions in which you do not need to order the complete amount listed on a requisition. Responding to user requests, Microsoft has adapted the purchase order functionality to allow a partial purchase on a purchase order.
When creating a purchase order from a purchase requisition you now have the option to change the quantity on the PO. Therefore, if the purchase requisition has a quantity of 100, when the PO is created you can change that quantity to something less, like 90. The remaining quantity is then canceled on the purchase order.
Purchase Orders: Email PO Other Form
When sending purchase orders in previous versions of GP, you had one email option—blank paper. In GP 2018 R2, the Purchase Order Entry window the Email button now has both the Blank Paper and Other Form so you have options when sending the purchase order to the vendor.
Checkbook Management: Default Checkbook ID Defaults in Payables Batch Entry
Microsoft added a variety of new features to make the checkbook management process easier. The first improvement is added for situations in which a user would create a computer check batch. In GP 2018 R2, the Default Checkbook ID from Payables Management Setup will now default in the Payables Batch Entry window for Computer Checks. Additionally, the Checkbook ID will also default to the default ID in the Select Payments and Edit Payment Batch windows.
Checkbooks: Option to Exclude Inactive Checkbooks
When searching for Checkbooks in GP 2018 R2, you now have the option to exclude inactive checkbooks by default. This feature cleans up the results and gives you more visibility into only the active checkbooks within the list.
Dynamics GP 2018 R2 Out Now: Will You Make the Move?
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 R2 offers a wide variety of new features for the users and administrators, and marks another chapter in Microsoft Dynamics GP’s long and vibrant history. Are you looking for a GP Partner? Integrated Business Group has helped clients to leverage GP for decades and whether you’re in need of a new implementation, upgrade, or just a partner who can help you with ongoing use, we’re there for you. We invite you to learn more about our services and contact us for more information.
FRx had a good run. Released as an MS-DOS application in 1991 and a Windows product in 1993, the product changed the way that companies completed reporting, offering powerful functionality at the time and much-needed intelligence. Acquired by Great Plains Software, who was in turn acquired by Microsoft, this reporting tool spent decades in the spotlight as the go-to application for reporting.
However, time passed and the competitive market evolved; by the end of the 2000s, FRx was no longer atop the reporting world and Microsoft announced that it would no longer offer new licenses for the product. Dynamics GP 2010 saw Management Reporter introduced as a replacement for FRx, a powerful alternative to an aging product. The beginning of the end for FRx was announced in 2010 and by December 2012, FRx sold its last license.
15 Minutes of Fame for Management Reporter
On December 31, 2012, Microsoft terminated support for FRx, marking the official transition to Management Reporter. The switch from the familiar FRx to the new MR platform was cause for concern at some organizations—long-time users of FRx lost the familiar Excel interface for a proprietary one and lost some small-but-unique features. In GP 2013, 2015, and 2016, MR was the stock application for reporting, but this all changed in 2016. Announced privately at Amplify 2016 and publicly a week later, Microsoft informed the world that there would be “no major enhancements” to Management Reporter.
While still supported until 2026 and available to integrate with Dynamics GP 2013, 2015, 2016, and 2018 (along with other Dynamics products), eight years is a long time to go without an improvement.
What’s Next? Modern Planning and Budgeting with Jet Global: October 30, 2018
With six years having passed since the last FRx license was sold and two since the last major Management Reporter update, many users are wondering what’s next for their budgeting and planning.
If you’re asking this exact question as you enter planning season, join Integrated Business Group and Jet Global Data Technologies for a brief one-hour webinar on Tuesday, October 30, 2018 at 11:00 AM EST. Click here to register or read more below.
In this webinar, technology experts will discuss the challenges of working with the no-longer supported Microsoft FRx reporting tool and no-longer updated Management Reporter, introducing two powerful budgeting and reporting solutions— Jet Reports and Jet Budgets.
Imagine a familiar Excel-based interface, but smarter. If you miss the “good old days” of FRx (or are still using it) but are looking for a reporting platform that’s not only more powerful but provides continued support and updates, Jet Reports Professional provides both. With Jet Reports Professional, you receive fast, flexible financial and business reporting within Excel, giving team members access to advanced, accurate, and automated reporting data in a familiar interface.
The October 30 webinar will discuss Jet Reports functionality as the ideal replacement for FRx—providing a Dynamics-friendly reporting tool used by more than 14,000 companies.
Budgeting has always been a blind spot in ERP software. This isn’t a Dynamics-exclusive issue; few ERP platforms have the budgeting functionality needed by today’s business. Between design, collaboration, approvals and execution – there are numerous moving parts to the budgeting process that are often impossible to control. Unfortunately, this results in a chaotic, time consuming, and inaccurate approach to budgeting filled with email chains, inconsistencies, and animosity across the company.
Jet Budgets was designed specifically for Microsoft Dynamics and gives companies the power to control and streamline the budgeting process with a simple, adaptable, and easy-to-use fiscal planning solution. With automated workflows and an intuitive design, Jet Budgets allows organizations to cut their budgeting time in half, ensure consistency in the planning process, and fit an organization’s unique processes.
Take Control of Reporting and Budgeting: Join Us on October 30, 2018
From Excel-based reporting to GP-friendly budgeting, companies like yours are considering their next steps as they look to take control of their financial planning and analysis in 2019 and beyond. Join Integrated Business Group and Jet Global Data Technologies on Tuesday, October 30, 2018 at 11:00 AM EST to learn how Jet Reports Professional and Jet Budgets can be the perfect tool for your reporting and budgeting needs. Click here to Register.
On October 1, Microsoft released Dynamics GP 2018 R2, an update designed to solidify the already-innovative and powerful Dynamics GP 2018 platform. Not only does the R2 update make necessary fixes to the software, it adds a wide variety of new features as requested by users. From the small to the large, these new features improve the user experience and make life easier for end users and administrators.
We began to discuss some of the new features in part one of our blog, looking at the following seven improvements:
- Monthly Recurring Batches: Use Last Day of the Month
- Sales Transaction Workflow
- New Visual Added to Display Vendor Hold Status
- Toggle Business Analyzer Display for All Users
- Print and Email Sales Order Processing Documents
- Print in Functional Currency
- Post Through General Ledger Files
Seven (More) Improvements in GP 2018 R2
Today, we would like to turn our attention to seven more features that will appear in GP 2018 R2, including improvements to the Purchasing All-in-One view, SmartList updates, inventory, administrative enhancements, and more.
Vendor Document Number in Purchasing All-in-One View
The Purchasing All-in-One View has always provided users an easy way to view purchase orders, receipts, invoices, payments, and credit documents. However, previous editions required the GP document number—something many users didn’t have on hand. Now, GP 2018 R2 allows users to view and sort related documents using the more-commonly used vendor document number.
SmartList for Deposits on Unposted Sales Transactions
When a customer makes a deposit on a transaction yet to post, it’d be nice to track these deposits throughout the process. Now GP 2018 R2 features a SmartList setup that allows users to quickly see customers that have put a deposit on a sales transaction but the sales transaction hasn’t been posted. No more searching through the sales records to see the deposits, now you have a new SmartList to view the details.
Include/Exclude Zero Quantity/Value Items on Historical Inventory Trial Balance
The Historical Inventory Trial Balance (HITB) report has two new print options in #GP2018R2, allowing you to choose whether to include or exclude items with zero quantity or value. These items will be excluded on the report if the options are not checked. By default, these items were included before but now you have a choice when printing the HITB report. If you do not want to print zero quantity/value items, then leave these checkboxes unmarked.
Security Improvement: Increased Password Length
A strong password is a small but necessary step to increasing your firm’s cybersecurity. Especially in a financial application like Dynamics GP, you need to create a secure password to minimize the likelihood that a hacker could access your data using a brute-force attack, guessing your password using many guesses. Now, GP 2018 R2 features a longer maximum password (21 characters, maximum allowed by SQL).
Password Expiration Warnings
Microsoft has long featured password expirations as a security feature, but too often password expirations would just ‘happen’ at 10:00 on the expiration date. Now, GP 2018 R2 adds a warning screen when a user logs in for the seven days preceding the password’s expiration date. This gives users a chance to think up a new password.
Easily Email Customer Statements
A major convenience improvement, GP 2018 R2 now allows for a more convenient way to email statements to customers directly through the Customer Maintenance window. The new feature adds the ability to email customer statements by clicking a new button in the ribbon of the Customer Maintenance Window. GP will use the email address on file to send the email.
Allow/Decline Duplicate Check Numbers
Formerly available in the Payables checkbooks only, a new feature has been added to GP 2018 R2 that will provide the option to allow or not allow Duplicate Check Numbers has been extended to Bank Transaction Entry, Payroll Manual Checks and Miscellaneous Checks. If this option is not checked duplicate checks are not allowed in these three windows.
Dynamics GP 2018 R2 Released October 1: Will You Make the Move?
Microsoft has noted that the newest version of GP will be available to users on October 1, 2018. In the coming weeks, we will continue to highlight the newest features, discussing how they will help users do more in less time. Are you looking for a GP Partner? Integrated Business Group has helped clients to leverage GP for decades and whether you’re in need of a new implementation, upgrade, or just a partner who can help you with ongoing use, we’re there for you. We invite you to learn more about our services and contact us for more information.
At Integrated Business Group, we’ve been in business for over 30 years, many of which we have spent helping clients understand the value of, choose, implement, and operate Microsoft Dynamics GP. We understand the power of Dynamics GP for business and are happy to introduce you to the newest features and functionality of their upcoming release, Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 R2.
New Features Set to Grace Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 R2
GP 2018 R2 offers dozens of new features, fixes, and innovations that make end users’ jobs easier. In the coming weeks, we will explore each of the major improvements as we lead up to the October 1, 2018 release date.
Monthly Recurring Batches: Use Last Day of the Month
Over the years, GP has continued to automate repetitive tasks, helping end users to get more done in less time so that they can focus on informing business decisions. Monthly recurring batches have been around for a while in Receivables, Payables, and Inventory, but users had one problem: Dealing with varying month length. Based on input from users, Microsoft has added a new checkbox called ‘Use last day of the month’ for Monthly and Bimonthly batches.
When marked it will automatically set the posting date to the last day of the month. Therefore, if you set up a batch posting date of April 30 and tick ‘use last day of the month,’ the next posting date would be set to May 31. Without the box checked, this would default to May 30.
Sales Transaction Workflow
Microsoft initially unveiled Workflow as a self-service tool through Business Portal, embedding Workflows in GP 2013 as a way for users to define the way that a document, master record, or batch “flows” through the system. Over time, Microsoft continued to add to Workflows in GP, creating new workflows in new modules. GP 2018 introduced Workflow 4.0, and GP 2018 R2 added new workflow approvals on all transaction types in Sales Transaction Entry.
Microsoft added a new email message to work with sales transactions, just like the other workflow types. Workflow history is displayed in inquiry windows too.
New Visual Added to Display Vendor Hold Status
GP 2018 introduced a visual that allowed users to add a visual regarding customer hold status in the Sales Transaction Entry Window. This was a popular feature, and users requested a similar feature be added for vendors to the Vendor Inquiry and Purchase Transaction windows. Now, if a vendor is on hold, a red icon will display next to the Vendor ID in Vendor Inquiry, Transactions by Vendor, Purchasing All-in-One View, and Payables Transaction Entry Zoom windows.
Additionally, if a vendor is on hold, GP will display a warning message in the Payables Transaction Entry window before a user attempts to complete a transaction.
Toggle Business Analyzer Display for All Users
Microsoft introduced Business Analyzer as a tool to display Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services reports containing data from Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 reports, expanding the tool in following releases. Business Analyzer helped many companies, but for some organizations that had less of a need for it, relied on a different visualization or business intelligence platform, or who only needed the tool for specific users, the constant display of Business Analyzer was just… There.
Now, GP 2018 R2 has incorporated a universal “Display Business Analyzer […]” option on the Home Page and Navigation List Pages. These options are global settings to make it easier to turn off the feature if companies are not using Business Analyzer. Individual users can still choose to turn on Business Analyzer using customize options.
Print and Email Sales Order Processing Documents
A user-focused change, the ability to print and email sales order processing documents is a time saving functional update. When sending sales documents in previous versions, users would need to e-mail the documents and then print the remaining ones, but the R2 update allows for a combination of these steps, as displayed in the image below:
Print in Functional Currency
Next up is a feature to make it easier to print the sales invoice for your customer. In the Sales Order Processing Navigation List, you can print documents using the option in the ribbon.
In the Currency to Print field a new option for Functional lets you print the invoice in the customer’s currency. This saves time since you don’t have to navigate to the historical window to print the document. The default currency is still Originating but now you have the option to print in Functional currency from the navigation list.
Post Through General Ledger Files
A feature designed to simplify the process of transaction processing, another new feature in Dynamics GP 2018 R2 is a new posting option, Post Through General Ledger Files. This option is found in Posting Setup and if marked, allows transactions to post through GL.
Post Through GL Files will apply to the following transactions: Invoice Entry, Receivables Apply Doc., Receivables Cash Receipts, Receivables Sales Entry, Sales Deposits, Sales Trx Entry, Voided Trx, Maintenance (Sales), Payables Trx Entry, Payment Entry, Purchasing Invoice Entry, Purchasing Prepayments, Receivings Trx Entry, Returns Trx Entry, Assembly Entry, Transaction Entry (Inventory), Transfer Entry, Manual Checks (Payroll), Project Accounting Transaction windows except Project Closing.
Dynamics GP 2018 R2 to be Released October 1
Microsoft has noted that the newest version of GP will be available to users on October 1, 2018. In the coming weeks, we will continue to highlight the newest features, discussing how they will help users do more in less time. Are you looking for a GP Partner? Integrated Business Group has helped clients to leverage GP for decades and whether you’re in need of a new implementation, upgrade, or just a partner who can help you with ongoing use, we’re there for you. We invite you to learn more about our services and contact us for more information. For more check out part 2: Seven More New Features in Dynamics GP 2018 R2.