The Resource Group Blog
by Kayla Schilling, The Resource Group
Getting your employees to fill out expense reports promptly and properly is no easy task. Expense reporting is often time-consuming for the employee as well as for the human resources and payroll departments. Expenses need validating against receipts and corporate policy before they can be used for financial reporting. Make expense reporting less painful and smarter for your business by embracing new technology.
Preparing expense reports can be such a pain – they are often manual calculations that include an arts-and-crafts like assembly of receipts and supporting documents. Expense reporting also distracts employees from their jobs and delays the information that managers need to make important business decisions. Changing the way expenses are reported is necessary but employees are concerned about trading in one painful process for another.
Tis the season to deck the halls with holiday cheer, shop ‘til you drop for the perfect presents and prepare for Year End updates for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 and GP 2010. In order to avoid a naughty end-of-year surprise and bring 2014 to a nice close, it’s recommended that the Year End update be installed to stay compliant with the following reporting changes below:
by Mike Smith, The Resource Group
Within Microsoft Dynamics GP, Quantity Tolerances allow companies to establish an over/under tolerance for receiving items purchased through Purchase Order Processing. The Shortage percentage entered will allow the system to automatically close a PO that is partially received as long as the ordered quantity less the shortage percentage quantity assigned has been received.
During this festive season, here’s a treat from Microsoft for potential new Microsoft Dynamics® GP customers, the Give Me 5 offer. Here are some details on this yummy offer that will extend through the end of December.
Looking for ways to save time? Below are two bank reconciliation tips for your Microsoft Dynamics GP solution.
Sometimes you might realize that you need to make modifications to a report that’s already been modified in Microsoft Dynamics GP. If you find yourself in this situation, here are some easy steps to ensure you’re able to easily complete your modifications within Microsoft Dynamics GP.
First of all, it’s best to save a backup of the existing report just in case you need to revert back to it.
There are lots of great tools within Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013, which you may not be aware of. For example, did you know that there’s no need to close Microsoft Dynamics GP and log back in again to change a company name. Simply click on the company name at the bottom left of Microsoft Dynamics GP main window and make the change.