Training for Microsoft Dynamics® GP Modules
In order to best meet your needs, Computeration offers flexible training on-site, in our classroom, or via remote connection to your desktop.
Management Reporter I
|Workshop to create rows, columns, trees and catalogs. 1 manual.|
|Management Reporter II||Workshop to create advanced rows, columns, trees and catalogs. Prerequisite MR I and manuals from that class.|
|General Ledger||Setup—General Ledger options and financial, unit, fixed, and variable allocation accounts. Batch and transaction posting.|
|Payables Management||Setup options, vendor classes and vendors, transaction editing and posting, check printing processes|
|Receivbles Management||Setup options, customer classes and customers, transaction editing and posting, month end closing routines.|
|Inventory Management||Setup options, item classes and items, price schedules, vendor and customer numbers, routines, transactions|
|Sales Order Processing||Setup options, transactions, routines. This course is usually taken along with Inventory and Purchase Order Processing.|
|Purchase Order Processing||Setup options, transactions, routines. This course is usually taken along with Inventory and Sales Order Processing.|
|Bank Reconciliation||Setup options, bank transactions, receipts, and deposits.|
|Fixed Assets||Setup options, Books, Classes, Book Classes, depreciation, and posting interface to GL|
|Navigation and operation of Dynamics GP, inquiry, and report option design. This class or equivalent knowledge is REQUIRED prior to enrolling in other classes.|
|System Manager(Foundation II)||Setup—User Class and User, standard security, company, fiscal periods, account format, posting, credit cards, payment terms, shipping methods, fiscal periods, sales taxes.|
|Payroll||Setup options, employee classes, taxes and deductions, direct deposit, and routines.|
|Year-End Closing||Step-by-step processes for closing Payroll, Inventory, Fixed Assets, Receivables, Payables, GL modules. 1 manual.
For this class only: Class size maximum: 8 students – with up to 6 companies per class & 2 students per company. 4 computers are provided for lecture and hands-on practice.