I’m a GP consultant and until August I spend almost all of my time on the road, hence the name. I write about Dynamics GP topics. It’s never been more complicated than that. The posts are not particularly technical, those end up on my blog at DynamicAccounting.net. The community posts tend be more behavioral, getting more out of GP.
Sometimes we are the problem. We come up with bizarre ideas and then wonder why our software doesn't work smoothly or why we can't easily reconcile. Recently I've seen:
I'm sure you have your own stories but I'm not here to beat people up. Sometimes we are the problem and sometimes we can provide the fix. In that spirit I want to offer some suggestions on how to fix some common problems in GP that are usually policy related. Often the problem relates to setup decisions so it can be hard to undo those choices made long ago. Trust me, it's worth it.
Let's first look at a reconciling subledgers to the GL. You can make this so much easier if you'll just do a few simple things:
One last thing, remember that there is no such thing as a historical accrued purchases account. You need to print and manage it at month end. If you wait, it only gets ugly.
For reporting, there is really one simple thing you can do to make life easier:
You can't solve every problem on day one. Pick one of these pain points and fix it. Monitor it to make sure that it stays fixed. Move on to another item. You don't have to solve too many pain points to start to get support for your efforts. Oh and try not to create new pain points along the way.
Regarding your first point (Uncheck "Allow account entry" in Account Maintenance): if you are using eConnect to integrate your transactions and you need to specify all distributions then you should not uncheck this as eConnect will reject the transaction.
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