Microsoft Dynamics SL


What’s the Deal with “Sometimes Taxable”?

Posted by Jen Bieker on March 11, 2016

Repost from Avalara:  Just when you thought you had a handle on the rules for taxing goods and services, you come face to face with the new compliance bully on the block: “sometimes taxable.” Businesses must correctly deal with these sometimes exempt and sometimes subject to sales…

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Enhanced Multi-Company features in Microsoft Dynamics SL (Versions 2011 and later)

Posted by Tiffany Bennett, Senior Consultant on February 17, 2016

Many of us work with multiple companies or divisions and are used to having to log out and log back in to access these different instances.  However, in Microsoft Dynamics SL 2011 and later versions, functionality was included to make working with multiple companies easier. These flexible multi-company capabilities allow…

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Tips for Processing AP Checks in Microsoft Dynamics SL

Posted by Tiffany Bennett, Senior Consultant on February 15, 2016

We get a lot of questions in regards to check printing.  Here are four helpful tips:   1. The AP Payment Selection screen is a utility to populate the values in the AP Edit/Select Documents for Payment screen.  Use the “Payment Selection” screen when you…

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Save the Date for the Upcoming Microsoft Dynamics SL Users Group Fall Conference 2016

Posted by Donna Krizik on January 26, 2016

Interested in networking and learning from some of the most knowledgeable Microsoft Dynamics SL software users out there?  Then join Crestwood as we partake in MSDSLUG 2016 – a Microsoft Dynamics SL Users Group conference held this year in San Diego, CA. Beginning September 28th and running through September 30th,…

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Hotfix Recommendations for Microsoft Dynamics SL 2015

Posted by Jen Bieker on January 25, 2016

There’s a long list of fixes out on Microsoft’s CustomerSource for Dynamics SL 2015 CU1, somewhere around 70 of them.  If you’re having a specific problem, great – find the fix and apply it.  But what if you aren’t having any problems?…

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Planning Your Upgrade for Dynamics SL

Posted by Jen Bieker on January 25, 2016

Most businesses, at some point, have skipped an ERP software upgrade.  We struggle with the balance between keeping up with technology, gaining the benefits of enhancements, vs. having to possibly do things a little differently. Quite honestly, most organizations upgrade because they have to, in order to continue their…

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Microsoft Dynamics SL – New in CustomerSource

Posted by Jen Bieker on January 21, 2016

Dynamics SL 2015 Year End Updates - Released the week of December 21, 2015 The 2015 Dynamics SL Year End Updates includes changes for 1099 and W-2 reporting to comply with 2015 tax year regulations. Included with the update files is a technical document. TY2015YrEndUpd.pdf "Microsoft Dynamics SL 1099 and W-2 Reporting…

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2016 Microsoft Dynamics Free Training & Resources

Posted by Jen Bieker on January 21, 2016

Is your New Year’s resolution to save time, be more productive, or learn new things? Well, we can help you with that. There are a lot of resources out there, some good and some bad. So here are some of our favorites. Microsoft Virtual Academy …

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Projects Made Easy with Microsoft Dynamics SL 2015

Posted by Jen Bieker on November 25, 2015

Project Enhancements Dynamics SL 2015 has a few new multi-company and multi-currency project features which will save you time.  Check out these great features: Project Allocator – now you can choose a specific company or all companies Project Reports – the company selection tab allows you to choose a specific…

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What's New in CustomerSource for Dynamics SL

Posted by Jen Bieker on November 17, 2015

If you haven't logged into the Microsoft portal, CustomerSource lately, you should give it a whirl.  There are some great new resources you can take advantage of, including: System requirements have been released for Dynamics SL 2015.  These documents contain the minimum client and server hardware requirements,…

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