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Like to crawl into databases? This is the Special Interest Group for you! Here you'll connect with other DBAs to ask questions, share experiences, and learn more about tools and tips from other DBAs.
Connect, share and discuss with other Dynamics GP users in a Development role.
If you deal with inventory, you need to belong to the Distribution/Manufacturing Special Interest Group. In this community, you can share best practices for managing inventory within Dynamics GP and other companion products and tools.
Connect, share and discuss with other Dynamics GP Field Service users.
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If you use Dynamics GP Human Resources and/or Payroll, come together with others who walk in your shoes. Terry Heley of Microsoft spearheads this Special Interest Group, sharing the latest news on these important modules.
Reporting is always a hot topic amongst GPUG members. Participate in this community to share and learn about reporting tools and best practices.
So you call yourself an Administrator? GPUG has a lot of accidental and on-purpose administrators - a critical role in making Dynamics GP run smoothly. Use this community connect with other system admins to share experiences and tales from the trenches.
Part of maximizing the value your company gets from Dynamics GP is staying in tune with the latest features and functions, and taking advantage of them when it makes sense for you. Participate in this special interest group to stay up to date, exchange advice on outline requirements, and learn and share process suggestions so you can prepare and implement smoothly.
Do you have a GP how-to or tip that will help fellow GP users? Share it with the community!
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