Microsoft Dynamics Blog

Welcome to Armanino’s Microsoft Dynamics Blog, where you’ll find information on topics across Microsoft Dynamics 365 ERP and CRM, Dynamics GP, Power BI, PowerApps, Flow and more. Use these tips, tricks and insights to get the most out of your applications! Want these articles delivered straight to your inbox? Subscribe to our newsletter below.

Wednesday, August 7, 2019

Armanino Achieves Microsoft Inner Circle & Wins Eagle Award

As a long-standing Microsoft partner, Armanino is excited to have achieved the prestigious Inner Circle for Microsoft Business Applications for the sixth consecutive year. The achievement ranks Armanino in the top echelon of Microsoft’s Business Applications global partner network and highlights our high standard of excellence. Cecilia Flombaum, Microsoft Business Applications Lead, commented “Our Inner …

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Dynamics GP Management Reporter Conversion from FRX

Migrating from FRX to Management Reporter in Dynamics GP can sometimes be a very difficult task. When you run the “FRX Migration Wizard” tool that is installed from the GP Management Reporter installer, you are asked a series of questions and then the tool attempts to migrate your data. When you log in to Management …

Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Essential Dynamics GP Year-End Updates for ALL Users

Take a moment to review the numerous important changes in this year’s Dynamics GP Year-End Updates for GP 2013 and GP 2015. The 2015 Year-End Updates for GP 2013 & GP 2015 are essential, especially for companies utilizing these functions: 1099-MISC, DIV, & INT 1096 Form Affordable Care Act (More info on ACA changes here) Payroll …

Thursday, December 20, 2007

Fear Not. It’s Only Great Plains 10.0

Microsoft Dynamics GP. That’s what they call it now. The name’s slightly different, but most of the underlying functionality is the same; if not improved. So why are business users reluctant to embrace the new version? I suspect it’s because of a few new features that make the product look different and an escalation in …