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Receivables Training

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Hi all,

Recently started at a new company in an accounting/revenue management role and have zero GP experience. Surprised to see nobody here on the team has a deep understanding of how the receivables/incoming cash procedures work here. I'm looking for some in depth training to really understand how to perform all functions and fix errors correctly and efficiently, and how the different modules talk to each other. Any suggestions on companies to contact? I'm in MN but travel would be considered for the right fit. Thanks!

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    IT Analyst on at
    RE: Receivables Training


    My name is Iqbal. You can contact me on I have very in depth experience on GP including Functional and technical. If you are interested in training, let me know

  • Richard Wheeler Profile Picture
    Richard Wheeler 75,730 on at
    RE: Receivables Training

    You could start by searching You Tube videos for

    Dynamics GP Payables

    Dynamics GP Receivables

    Dynamics GP Financials  or any of the other modules. You will find plenty of videos on how each module works. I am not aware of anyone offering classroom training any more.

    Fargo is right next door so you could always visit the birthplace of GP.

    Experience will be the best teacher. We are always here to answer the tough questions.

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