Perfect Image has an opening for an ERP Developer. This is a full time role in the Project Services department paying between £25,000 and £35,000 depending on experience.
The role of the ERP Developer is pivotal to the success of our clients’ ERP projects and therefore to Perfect Image. You’ll be involved in commercial projects from day one, working alongside excellent testers, UI specialists, project managers and consultants.
You will be constantly learning and developing your skills with work that will challenge you to reach your full potential. This will include working within our software development team whilst learning our best practice approach to software development. The role will then migrate to work within our ERP delivery team.
As an ERP Developer at Perfect Image you will gain experience through project based work for our clients. This will include, but is not restricted to, producing highly functional business applications, web solutions and mobiles applications for all leading platforms.
Previous experience developing against Microsoft Dynamics GP or similar ERP solution would be advantageous.
You must be eligble to work within the European Union
- Software development, working alongside the Microsoft Dynamics GP solution in a variety of technologies.
- Acting as a technical lead in project delivery.
- Architecting solutions and making appropriate technical platform choices based on client requirements gathered by ERP Consultants.
- Working with experienced ERP consultants in defining, and estimating effort for client delivery work.
- Working closely with project managers and consultants to ensure blockers are identified and removed as soon as possible.
- Active in ensuring continuous improvement of our processes and practices.
- This list is not exhaustive.
- Computing science degree at 2.1 or above coupled with at least 2 years’ experience.
- C# or VB.NET Experience.
- SQL Server query authoring experience.
- SSRS report design experience.
- Asp.net MVC Experience.
- Knowledge of design patterns and SOLID principles.
- ORM Experience.
- Estimation of software development effort/complexity.
- Knowledge/Experience of continuous integration and source control practices.
- Further to these, the following would be desirable:
- ERP Experience.
- Visual Basic for Applications experience.
- Unit testing experience.
- Experience of work in an agile environment, developing from user stories and liaising with the internal product owner.
- Dexterity Experience.
- Experience of Domain Driven Design.
- Educated to 2.1 degree level in Computer Science, or relevant experience.
- Proactive and motivated in developing and maintaining skills in relevant technologies and very keen to learn new skills in a specialist arena
- Positive in seeing a way through client problems and challenges
- Work well under pressure and will go the extra mile to provide excellent client service
- Facilitate cooperation with other teams within the company
- Adaptive and positive attitude to challenges and change
- 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays
- Profit and performance related bonus
- Occupational sick scheme
- Company pension scheme
- Career progression plan
- Cycle to work scheme
- Childcare voucher scheme.
If you are interested in the position, please email your CV to cv[at]azurecurve.co.uk; please only CVs from the applicant themself. Any CV from a recruiter will be discarded immediately.
Now that we have eConnect is installed we can move onto installing Integration Manager. Do this by starting the setup utility and then under Additional products click Integration Manager:
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Microsoft Dynamics GP comes with a number of different integration tools such as eConnect and Integration Manager. In this post, I’m going to step through the installation of eConnect so that the eConnect adaptor will be available to Integration Manager.
To install eConnect, launch the setup utility, under Additional products select eConnect:
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As of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010, Word Templates were introduced as an alternative to the standard reports. The Word templates offer an easier way to format the documents produced from Dynamics GP, such as sales invoices and check remittances. When a new field needs to be added to a Word template, it first needs to be added in Report Writer and then the Word template modified.
To add the field in Word, the Microsoft Dynamics GP Add-in for Microsoft Word needs to be installed. To install it, launch the setup.exe from the download media and select Microsoft Dynamics GP Add-in for Microsoft Word:
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Over the last few posts in this series, we have deployed the system database and Fabrikam sample database and created a company. In this post, I’m going to run the dsesktop client for the first time.
When you find GP in the start menu, you’ll notice that it has anew icon; the same dark blue and white as the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 R2 icon, but now it is a combination bar and line chart.
At this stage you can log into Dynamics GP using either the sa or DYNSA accounts; I used the former, but really should have used the latter:
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In the last couple of posts in this series, we have deployed the system database and Fabrikam sample database. In this post, I’m going to create a new company using GP Utilities.
Enter the user and password and click OK to log in:
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With the system database deployed it is now time to deploy the sample company. This is done by launching GP Utilities.
Enter the user and password and click OK to log in:
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This post is a slight diversion from my Hands On With Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 R1 series, but I am posting it as it came up while I was deploying the system database.
Towards the end of the deployment an error occurred while the wfDeployClrAssemblies was being executed (actually there were three error messages produced):
Microsoft Dynamics GP Utilities
The following SQL Statement produced an error:
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The Dynamics Financial Reporting for Microsoft Dynamics GP has announced the availability of CU15 for Management Reporter 2012. This cumulative up-date contains a few bug fixes as well as some enhancements.
Here’s a summary of the new Management Reporter CU15 features:
- Improved responsiveness in the Web Viewer.
- A search bar has been added to search through the current level of the report as in-browser search functions may not always return all results because of the performance changes to improve responsiveness.
- Printing in the Web Viewer through XPS download.
- PowerShell module to enable reset of data mart.
- Added a Turkish (tr-tr) localization.
- Additional fixes for product defects.
The Dynamics Financial Reporting for Microsoft Dynamics GP team will be blogging about the new features in detail soon.
There are a few new prerequisites which are required for this cumulative update:
- SQL Server 2012 or higher.
- Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6.1 is also required (when installed this may require a reboot).
Management Reporter CU15 Release is version 2.12.15000.56; make sure your ERP version is supported by checking the compatibility list.
The EN-US download for Management Reporter CU15 is here and localised versions will be coming soon.
Now that we have the first client installed, we can deploy the system database. By default the system database is called DYNAMCIS, but i have chosen to use one called D16R1. To deploy the system database, hit the Windows start button, search for and launch GP Utilities.
While I do try to minimise the use of the sa account as it is the SQL Server system administrator account, the initial implementation of Dynamics GP does require its use. So, on the Welcome to Microsoft Dynamics GP Utilities window enter sa in the User ID field and enter the relevant password.
Once done, click OK:
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