Summit Group Software Blog

Posted: Mar 29th, 2017
As Microsoft technology evolves their platforms specific features and functionality will be retired from service. Recently Microsoft notified several customers this past week about retiring the "Access Control Service" being depreciated:   Situation Microsoft has released the timing to discontinue a certain connection point with CRM Online and Dynamics 365 and is requiring use of a new connection point.  What This Means If you have an integration or 3rd party tool that use this connection to your online...
Posted: Mar 1st, 2017
We are excited to announce this year's round of Spring User Groups! Time matters: It's no secret we all have more to do than there is time in a day. The feeling of running from one meeting to the next and from project to project certainly resonates with most. More often than not we have the tools and software that can help create efficiencies throughout our day, but what good are they if we don't use them? Focused on Microsoft Dynamics GP, this year's User Groups have been designed to help you get the most out of your software-- saving you ...
Posted: Oct 21st, 2016
Whew, what a whirlwind of a week it was!  Dynamics Communities Summit16 is in the books and as the dust settles I’m compelled to share my biggest takeaway from the new premier Microsoft Dynamics event. While most of my time was spent in the expo hall I was able to glean some great insight via discussion and general session recaps. Here are my five knowledge nuggets to consider nibbling on: 1. A Dynamics 365 coming out party. Microsoft leveraged the event to announce their brand new golden child – a business solution that brings financial management, sales, marketing, and customer...
Posted: Oct 18th, 2016
   Microsoft announced the new Dynamics 365 last Tuesday in Tampa at the Dynamic Communities Summit. Dynamics 365 is a new platform that will offer CRM (customer relationship management) and ERP (enterprise resource planning) functionality in one platform to allow seamless integration between sales and operations without having to integrate multiple systems.  There will be two subscription options for Dynamics 365 when it releases November 1st.  For those who are currently using Dynamics CRM Online, that product will now be called Dynamics 365 with the same...
Posted: Oct 13th, 2016
One of the most anticipated sessions at the GPUG Summit16  discussed the future of Dynamics GP and the on premise solution. Did you know: In GP2016 and GP2016R2, some features released are due to user requests! So if you have a feature you wish was included or something that would increase efficiencies, submit it.  You may see it show up in a release soon. The features that have been included that were requests by users are listed below: GP2016: Budget Import Exception Report AA User access settings Import/Export Smartlist from Designer Change Column on PTE...

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