5 Support Debugging Tool features you should be using today: Decisions Fall 2011

November 23, 2011
The Decisions Fall 2011 virtual conference is around the corner, with Dynamics GP Day scheduled for Tuesday, December 6 2011. Please register to participate in the conference. This is a unique, virtual conference experience. No, it’s not a boring webinar and surely not the kind of place where you will be ran over by tons of people walking up in hallways and down escalators trying to get to a session room. You can do this from the comfort of your office, sofa, or even your tricked out basement office. There’s no excuse – that I can think of anyways – for not participating.

This time around, I will be presenting a topic around – what else! – the Support Debugging Tool: “5 Support Debugging Tool features you should be using today with Microsoft Dynamics GP”. What can I say, I love long session titles.

This session is strictly an end-user oriented presentation whose sole objective is to demistify the complexities of the Standard Mode options in the Support Debugging Tool. That’s right! No complex scripts, no Dexterity triggers, no XML mambo jambo… just plain simple talk on what’s available for YOU the everyday mortal who works with Microsoft Dynamics GP.

Want the advanced stuff? Meet David and I at Microsoft Convergence 2012 in Houston (more on this in another post).

The session will feature 5 simple demoes that will, once and for all, convince you of installing the tool in your environment.

I will also be a panelist at the Microsoft Dynamics GP MVP Roundtable with my compadres, Frank Hamelly, Jivtesh Singh, and Mark Polino. You get to ask us anything Microsoft Dynamics GP and have some fun in the process. Register now!

Until next post!

MG.-
Mariano Gomez, MVP
IntellPartners, LLC
http://www.IntellPartners.com/


MVP Jivtesh Singh shows the power of Business Analyzer with Windows tablets

October 26, 2011

If you are one of those who love cutting edge Microsoft Dynamics GP stuff, then take a look at fellow Microsoft Dynamics GP MVP Jivtesh Singh showing off Business Analyzer on a Microsoft Windows Touch tablet. Jivtesh emphasizes usability, simplicity, and availability of meaningful enterprise data for information consumers who need solid grounds for quick decision making.

Furthermore, Jivtesh shows off how you can add more power by using Microsoft Lync integration.

This sure makes selling Microsoft Dynamics GP much easier.

Until next post!

MG.-
Mariano Gomez, MVP
IntellPartners, LLC
http://www.IntellPartners.com/


Decisions Fall 2011 Virtual Conference registrations now open

October 18, 2011

Well folks, as I mentioned before, this year-end is going to be a bit busy on my calendar. In addition to my Las Vegas adventure with the GPUG folks, I am speaking at the MSDynamicsWorld Decisions Fall 2011 virtual conference. This time, I am adding a 30-minute, fast paced Support Debugging Tool session.

Please come join my session Five Support Debugging Tool Features You Should be Using Today with Microsoft Dynamics GP. That’s it! You just need to sit in for 30 minutes and as a result you will gain a good understanding of the key end-user and administrative functions available in the tool.

Also join me in a live Microsoft Dynamics GP MVP Panel featuring my fellow MVPs, Frank Hamelly, Jivtesh Singh, and Mark Polino. Seriously, in what circus do you get to ask four clowns a question and get an intelligent response? Well, now is your chance. We promise to make this entertaining and fun in a relaxed setting.

Register now!

Until next post!

MG.-
Mariano Gomez, MVP
IntellPartners, LLC
http://www.IntellPartners.com/


Congrats to MVPs Mark Polino and Siva Venkataraman!

October 3, 2011

Mark Polino and Siva Venkataraman received news from Microsoft over the weekend that they will, once, more hold the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional award for another year.

Please join me in extending my sincere congratulations to these gentlemen who work tirelessly for the Microsoft Dynamics GP community.

MG.-
Mariano Gomez, MVP
IntellPartners, LLC
http://www.IntellPartners.com/


Welcome MVP Jivtesh Singh!

July 4, 2011

I’ll start this post by saying… it was just about darn time!

My good friend Jivtesh Singh has been working tirelessly for the Microsoft Dynamics GP community worldwide and I don’t think he often gets too much credit for it. I came in touch with Jivtesh probably around April of 2,009 when he approached me on the subject of becoming an MVP. Back then I remember telling him there was no quick way or magic formula to become an MVP, but rather to begin working with and for the Microsoft Dynamics GP community of users and partners to provide sound solutions to their problems. And so he set off to do.

In August of 2,010 and after a lot of back and forth between Jivtesh, David, and I, GPWindow was born – see Jivtesh Singh dissects the Microsoft Dynamics GP Community for more information. GPWindow has become the de facto destination for everything Microsoft Dynamics GP: articles, blogs, development tips, customizations, sample code, and the likes of thousands of other little Microsoft Dynamics GP secrets provided by experts and bloggers, all categorized like a big online library at your fingertips.

Later on, Jivtesh released the first online search tool for Microsoft Dynamics GP windows and forms. Simply put, you begin to type some window name (complete or partial) and GP window will narrow down the navigation path to that window – once again, online, from your browser!

Jivtesh also has his own blog, About Dynamics, Development, and Life which he also keep up with. For all these accomplishments, Jivtesh deserves the MVP award. Keep up the good work!

Until next post!

MG.-
Mariano Gomez, MVP
IntellPartners, LLC
http://www.IntellPartners.com/


4th consecutive year as a Microsoft Dynamics GP MVP!

July 1, 2011

It’s that time of the year again… every July 1st I find out whether I continue to keep my MVP stripes or… not! The good folks at Microsoft have felt once more that my contributions to the Microsoft Dynamics GP community in general have made me worthy of such honor, so it’s with great joy that I announce I get to keep my award for one more year starting today, making it the 4th consecutive year of such privilege.

NOTE: The record for consecutive years in our track is currently held by MVP Victoria Yudin, with 7 consecutive years.

Also, I must congratulate MVP Frank Hamelly for being reawarded. Frank’s contributions have also earned him the right of passage.

So you ask, “what does a Microsoft MVP do?” Here is just a few things I did since last July:

The year is still young and you can expect to see me around at a few upcoming events and training sessions, including the GPUG Summit in Las Vegas, Nevada this coming November.

For more information on the Microsoft MVP Award Program, visit the MVP Award Program Blog site.

Until next post!

MG.-
Mariano Gomez, MVP
IntellPartners, LLC
http://www.IntellPartners.com/


>New Article on MSDynamicsWorld: MVP Mark Polino on "Integration Frustrations"

March 30, 2011

>“Significant gaps remain as eConnect and Integration Manager stagnate”

MVP Mark Polino

If you are familiar with MVP Mark Polino you will know that he has always had a love-hate relationship with Microsoft Dynamics GP integration tools – see Mark Polino’s Integration Manager Rant.

This time Mark vents out his frustrations (again!) with Integration Manager and eConnect over at MSDynamicsWorld in his new article Integration Frustration: Why Microsoft Dynamics GP Integration Tools Need a Kickstart. If you have your own comments, complaints, or if you are enamored with the tools and think Mark is simply overreacting, please read Mark’s article and add your comments.

Until next post!

MG.-
Mariano Gomez, MVP
IntellPartners, LLC
http://www.IntellPartners.com/