How Microsoft Dynamics – GP calculates Average Days To Pay

You may have wondered how Microsoft Dynamics GP calculates the Avg. Days on the Customer Payment Summary Screen. Read further to find out how that number is calculated.

How Microsoft Dynamics – GP calculates Average Days To Pay

After a customer has paid his or her first invoice, the average days to pay (ADTP) is calculated based on the number of invoices a customer has, the time taken to pay the first invoice, and the time taken to pay the most recent invoice.

How to Recreate the Reports.DIC in Dynamics – GP

Method 1

Make a backup of reports.dic
Go to Microsoft Dynamics GP > tools > customize > customization maintenance
Highlight all reports and choose export. Export this out to a package file
Have everyone get out of GP
Delete the reports.dic file
Log into GP again and go to GP>>tools>>customize>>customization maintenance
Choose import and select the package file created in step 3

Method 2

Make a backup of reports.

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Management Reporter 2012 will be released this quarter. During its pre-release period, the Management Reporter team at Microsoft will be releasing some of the new functionality. Most of these posts will be in video format so you can see the features in action.

Top 6 Reasons Los Angeles and San Diego Long-Term Care Facilities Benefit from Microsoft Dynamics – GP for Healthcare

Better Patient Care
When you’re in the business of caring for patients, you’ve got to focus on them. That’s why our line of healthcare accounting software solutions are so vital to healthcare institutions that want their back-end operations to run smoothly in order to spend more time on important things – like people.

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Do you want to see a cool method to get a 'GL Summary Trial Balance with Excel Pivot Tables'. This video shows how to create a very easy, REFRESHABLE, General Ledger Summary Trial Balance using Microsoft Dynamics GP Excel Refreshable Reports. The power's in the Pivot!

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Take Ownership to Ensure ERP Project Success

When you place an order for new materials or hire a new employee, you know exactly how those resources are going to be used in your business. Surprisingly, that’s not always the case when an organization considers implementing a new ERP system. Management teams that count on outside vendors to suggest ERP solutions without first defining a very clear set of expected outcomes are destined for trouble.