The Bright Future of Dynamics GP

Take a moment to think about what you love about Dynamics GP.  Is it the great functionality?  Perhaps you romanticize about its storied past?  Well, Njevity is giving you something more to love, a bright future! Njevity has been working with Microsoft to deliver a solution that leverages current technology to deliver a Dynamics GP experience your customers will love.  No matter if you have a customer just starting up, needing to replace Quickbooks or wanting more out of their business applications, PowerGP Online has a plan that will scale with their business. So what separates PowerGP Online from all other Dynamics GP Cloud offerings? Reliability PowerGP Online leverages HTML5, the most talked about new functionality in the GP 2016 release.  Users will access PowerGP Online through the web client meaning they can use any browser on any device.  There is zero requirement for Remote Desktop with PowerGP Online.  Plus, [...]

By | August 24th, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

Aligning Dynamics GP with Microsoft’s ‘Mobile First, Cloud First’ vision.

(Greenwood Village, CO) NjevityToGo announced the upcoming release of PowerGP Online at GPUG’s inaugural Amplify event in Anaheim, CA.  The announcement was made during the Microsoft Partner Power Hour and comes after months of planning, collaborating with Microsoft and architecting the Microsoft Cloud infrastructure. With the Dynamics GP 2016 release on May 1st the offering will soon be finalized and ready for a Fall 2016 release. “We have put together a cloud solution for Dynamics GP partners that not only uniquely aligns Dynamics GP with Satya Nadella’s ‘Mobile First, Cloud First’ vision, but also embraces the big Microsoft waves of Azure, Office 365 and PowerBI.  This provides our partners a rapid go-to-market opportunity with a cloud ERP solution that leverages their extensive knowledge of Dynamics GP and that does not require them to invest in a new product or a new community. For our customers, PowerGP Online provides an exceptional [...]

By | August 24th, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

Join Njevity for a revolutionary announcement at Amplify!

If you are wondering what all of this recent news means to you and your Dynamics GP customers, and if you are attending Microsoft Amplify in Anaheim, then you are in luck. Pam Misialek, Product Marketing Manager for Microsoft Dynamics SMB, will be hosting a Not-So-Secret Partner Update and Cocktail Reception on Sunday, May 22, from 5:15-7:00PM in the Platinum Ballroom 2 at the Marriott Anaheim.  This meeting will cover certain not-to-be-named topics for Partner and ISV ears only.  This event is open to any partner or ISV whether you are registered for Amplify or not.  Be there for the news. Be there for the booze. Be there to get your questions answered. Just be there. But wait. There’s more. What, you may ask, could possibly top a little straight talk from Microsoft on Madiera and Management Reporter? Can I interest you in an announcement from your friendly neighborhood NjevityToGo [...]

By | August 24th, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

What does Dynamics 365 mean to Dynamics GP Partners?

Lately the chatter in the Microsoft community has been around the Dynamics 365 announcement, but since that announcement there has been more confusion then answers in the partner community.  If you are a Dynamics GP partner, what does Dynamics 365 mean to you?  Do you have to learn how NAV works or how this new solution works?  The answer is no! So, I’ll admit, the Dynamics 365 demo was pretty cool.  For a front end user interacting with customers on orders, it seemed almost revolutionary.  But then I thought, what will a back office users see?  How will they interact with this new product? So I downloaded the preview.  The download and setup was quick and easy – I like that.  Then I went to do a journal entry…. I didn’t even know what I was looking at, and I have an accounting degree. I am a long time Dynamics GP person [...]

By | August 24th, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

Are You Ready for PowerGP Online?

Microsoft has announced the release of Dynamics GP 2016, set for May 1st.  With that release comes a new HTML5 web client, allowing users to access Dynamics GP from any browser and any device.  With all of this exciting news, Njevity asked, “How can we make this offering even better?”  The answer, of course, is by leveraging Microsoft Azure to provide a full Microsoft stack cloud solution. Now this is not necessarily new, but what many Microsoft Dynamics partners are finding is deploying Dynamics GP on Azure is not cheap and it is not easy. Njevity has been working with the Dynamics GP team at Microsoft to configure, test and deploy a 100% web client offering, deployed on Microsoft Azure. Njevity would like to announce PowerGP Online! As a Dynamics GP partner, the benefits to you are: PowerGP Online will only be sold through a partner channel, which means sales [...]

By | August 24th, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

How does Project Management fit in a Microsoft Dynamics GP World?

Part 1: Communications Management I was on a support call the other day, when we were discussing why an annual deadline had been missed.  During the conversation, it was brought up that we had not effectively tracked the deadline nor effectively communicated that deadline to each other.  Our Customer then explained that in an effort to improve their business practices they were moving toward a project organization and have hired project managers to begin working in their organization. I left the meeting thinking that a turn toward project management was a great idea for this customer.  After all, one of the three primary constraints of any project is Time or in this case Schedule, and that is important during the entire customer life cycle, not just through implementation.  Another tenet of project management is developing and managing a Communications Plan.  So, perhaps, a project manager could apply project methodologies to [...]

By | July 14th, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments