I have worked with Microsoft Dynamics GP since 2003, but the first Fabrikam Day passed by without me noticing it. Unfortunately, I am out onsite today so will have to celebrate #FabrikamDay without my team.
This is an update to the original Workflow 2.0 book I wrote a couple of years ago. This edition includes coverage of the new functionality introduced in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016, a new chapter on adding table joins to workflow to allow additional conditions to be created, and some chapters and sections have been rewritten to either expand or make clearer the topics being covered.
Dynamics GP includes a variety of tools and modules to assist in controlling processes and data; one of the major modules for this was the Dynamics Workflow module. However, this module had major flaws which very much limited its usefulness; it was slow, clunky and difficult to install, configure and maintain.
I imagine all Microsoft Dynamics GP partners are aware that Fabrikam Day is soon to be upon us (6 sleeps!). Amber Bell gives a good writeup of the origin of Fabrikam Day. The first sample company I remember working with is Fabrikam; I’m apparently a little too young to remember The World Online (which lives on in the default Fabrikam database name of TWO).
In advance of Fabrikam Day we got a couple of photos taken. The first is just me:
And also roped in the ERP Practice for a photo too: Continue reading → Perfect Image ERP Practice Ready for #FabrikamDay