Check out and learn all about the sessions and events below that are being presented by I.B.I.S., Inc. Experts at Convergence 2013 in New Orleans! These valuable sessions will overall benefit your company and use of Dynamics products. You won’t want to miss an opportunity like this to pick up new tips, tricks and features!
Sessions led by Mark Polino:
- Microsoft Dynamics GP: General Session - Yet again, Mark Polino will be featured in the GP General Session at Convergence. We can’t wait to see what’s in store!
- 50 Tips in 50 Minutes for Microsoft Dynamics GP: The Next Generation (100 Introductory, Audience: Business Decision Maker, End User, IT Professional, Power User) - Want more tips for Microsoft Dynamics GP? Come to this session for a new and refreshed 50 tips in 50 minutes. This session will cover existing functionality as well as what’s new in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 in a fast-paced format that will give you tips on getting more out of your solution.
- Building Dashboards with Microsoft Dynamics GP and Microsoft Excel (200 Intermediate, Audience: Business Decision Maker, End User, IT Professional, Power User) - Dashboards are an effective way to get important information to people within the organization. Come to this session to learn how to build dashboards that are refreshable and can easily be created and maintained. This session will focus on leveraging Microsoft Excel with a connection to the Microsoft Dynamics GP database.
- New Users in Microsoft Dynamics GP: Introduction (100 Introductory, Audience: End User) - Are you a new user of Microsoft Dynamics GP? Then this session is built especially for you. We’ll provide you with tips and tricks on how to use Microsoft Dynamics GP better so you can be more productive and more confident in using the system.
- Sex, Lies & Refreshable Excel Reports (100 Introductory, Audience: End User, IT Professional, Power User, Prospect) – Learn how to deploy, secure and use the refreshable Microsoft Excel reports in Microsoft Dynamics GP. We’ll cover the deployment, security model and security specifics of using Excel reports. The focus of this session is on the Excel reports available out of the box with Microsoft Dynamics GP; we will not cover Excel Report Builder. Presented by a GPUG Member.
- What to Know Before the Auditors Ask: Risk Management & Controls in Microsoft Dynamics GP (100 Introductory) – Don’t be caught off guard when your auditors show up and start asking questions you can’t answer. Join audit and compliance experts to learn how taking a risk-based approach to controls monitoring will significantly reduce system risks, fraud risks, operating costs and audit prep time. Walk away with tips, tricks and a roadmap for implementing best practice controls in your organization. Presented by a GPUG Member.
Sessions led by Frank Hamelly:
- Reconciliation Best Practices in Microsoft Dynamics GP (200 Intermediate, Audience: Business Decision Maker, End User, Power Use) – Are you confident in the process you take to reconcile the subledgers to the General Ledger? Gain even greater confidence as we talk about the best practices in reconciling with the reconcile process including Inventory, Bank Reconciliation, Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable.
- Ask the Experts: Financials for Microsoft Dynamics GP (300 Experienced, Audience: Power User) – Are you an experienced power user of Financials in Microsoft Dynamics GP? Come share your knowledge in this open and interactive format! With experts on hand to field the tough questions, this discussion will cover the core modules of General Ledger, Receivables, Payables and other Financials modules. *Sponsored by the Microsoft Dynamics GP User Group.
Sessions led by Sandra Dodge & Abby Moore:
- Microsoft Dynamics GP Project Accounting for Advanced Users (300 Experienced, Audience: Power User) – If you have strong working knowledge of Microsoft Dynamics GP Project Accounting, we invite you to join us as this deep dive is just for you. We’ll explore advanced scenarios and troubleshooting tactics related to working with projects.