20 February 2017
Dynamics Consultants are pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at the Southern Manufacturing and Electronics show. The free to attend exhibition will run from 21st to 23rd March 2017 and showcases over 450 businesses and a range of seminars from industry experts. Based on the edge of the Farnborough airfield in Hampshire, this is the must do show for buyers, managers and business owners.
17 February 2017
Previously it has been difficult to put Power BI content into SharePoint Online, which is a key part of data communication in a business. Microsoft have now announced the first release of an out-of-the-box web part for the Modern Pages Infrastructure of SharePoint Online. This will allow you to embed Power BI reports directly on to SharePoint Online pages without the requirement for any coding.
13 February 2017
One of the benefits of Office 365 is the continual updates that they are providing in functionality, be it user experience or administration tools. See the video with Jim Naroski, which covers the following areas:
06 February 2017
In the standard nopCommerce Google Analytics plugin, there can sometimes be a case where a user returns to a page, say a checkout completed page, and causes Google Analytics Transaction code to resubmit back to your Google Analytics reports. This issue causes Google Analytics to show you that you might have made more orders than you actually have, your number of sales and even your revenue figures may be effected.
This sort of issue can occur in the following scenarios:
We have come up with a solution to this. Our solution is to only fire the Google Analytics Tracking Code if the order has been created within 15 minutes of the users session. Google does not accept
03 February 2017
Every accounts package is built around a Chart of Accounts which is used to record and analyse expenditure, income and balances. Microsoft Dynamics NAV® is no exception to this and as standard, it has a Chart of Accounts such as that in the picture.
This allows the accounts to be grouped and totals for individual accounts calculated (highlighted in red in the screenshot). There is also a distinction between Balance Sheet and Income Statement accounts (highlighted in yellow).
That’s OK as far as it goes, but accountants would want more analysis of their Chart of Accounts than that; for instance, identifying Liquid and Fixed Assets or Current and Long-term Liabilities. The individual account codes for these categories may not all be in one group but scattered around the Chart of Accounts so some other way of grouping individual accounts may be required.
Microsoft Dynamics NAV® 2017 has just such a mechanism, known as Account Categories and this article explores what this functionality does.