Building Dashboards with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 and Excel 2013 by Mark Polino

● Ian Grieve ●  ● 3 Comments   ● 

Microsoft Dynamics GPFollowing on relatively quickly from Leslie Vail’s new Microsoft Dynamics GP book, , available from Packt Publishing, comes Mark Polino with Building Dashboards with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 and Excel 2013.

This book will teach you how to build a dashboard using Excel 2013 with information from Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013, how to make Excel a true business intelligence tool with charts, sparklines and slicers and show how to utilise PowerPivot’s full potential to create even more complex dashboards;

Building Dashboards with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 and Excel 2013 by Mark Polino

This book shows you how to get at the rich, detailed information contained in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 and present it in an attractive, easy-to-understand way using Excel 2013. This guide will take you from the basics of setup and deployment to creating secure, refreshable Excel reports. Using a whole host of tools available within Excel, this tutorial will show you how to visualize your data using simple conditional formatting techniques, easy-to-read charts, and allow you to make your data interactive with Slicers..

I’ve requested a copy of this book from Packt Publishing so assuming they’ll supply me a copy (sorry Mark, but you may be about to get Grieved) I will post a review fairly soon. In the meantime you can purchase Mark’s book either direct from Packt Publishing or via Amazon:

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Update: Packt Publishing have very kindly given me an ecopy of this book, so I shall be doing a review soon.

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3 Responses

  1. Mark Polino 2nd April 2013 / 11:12

    Thanks for highlighting the book Ian. I think I can take any reviews good or bad. I had Jivtesh and David Duncan as technical reviewers and I’m really happy with the outcome.


    • Ian Grieve Ian Grieve 2nd April 2013 / 11:26

      Hi Mark,

      No problem for the highlighting; I’m really looking forward to reading it.


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