Review of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Implementation by Victoria Yudin

Microsoft Dynamics GPVictoria Yudin, the longest serving Microsoft(R) Most Valuable Professional for Microsoft Dynamics GP, has just released Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Implementation via Packt Publishing.

This is an update of the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 book she wrote a few years ago, which has been updated for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013:

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Implementation by Victoria Yudin

In brief this book covers:

  • Plan, install, and implement Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 with real-world advice from a Microsoft Dynamics GP MVP
  • Learn how to set up the core modules in Microsoft Dynamics GP effectively following detailed, step-by-step instructions
  • Discover additional tools and resources available for your Dynamics GP

Victoria has been an MVP since 2005, and is the only person to have been so awarded for consecutive years since then, and it is a status that is well deserved. I’m regularly asked by clients about which resources I use for determining tables which tables or fields to uise in SmartList Builder of other reporting tools and, while these days I don’t often refer to many, having spent a few years learning what’s what and where, I always mention Victoria’s blog as it contains some very easy to understand information .

As such I had high expectations for the book; and I was not disappointed.

The book is broken down into sensible chapters which segment the information and make ad hoc referencing easy to do:

2 thoughts on “Review of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Implementation by Victoria Yudin

  1. Comment says:


    Thank you so much for this review of my book and your kind comments about me and my blog. None of this would be possible without people like you who actually want to read the stuff I write. 🙂


    1. Comment says:

      You’re more than welcome, Victoria.

      The book is a very good one and I’ve had clients ask me about what resources I use and then say they already use your blog when I mention it (at least one of them is using a view you’ve written).

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