Quite crucial information that we must remember.
It’s indeed a comprehensive list.
Below are the points, which are elaborated in that article:
And I would like to add one further mistake:
I believe the above list pretty much completes the most common mistakes that we might make in an ERP implementation.
So we have a book on GP overall functionality Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Cookbook, by Mark Polino. Now we have another one, Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Implementation, by Victoria Yudin.
Read more on Victoria’s post: Dynamics GP 2010 implementation book coming soon.
For those who want to preorder this book, you can reach Packt Publications’ exact page here: Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Implementation.
Details of this release is available on David’s, Mariano’s & Jivtesh’s articles, respectively:
1. Microsoft Dynamics GP 10.0 Service Pack 5 - David
2. Microsoft Dynamics GP 10.0 Service Pack 5 now Available – Mariano
3. GP 10.0 SP5 is Out (with lots of AA Fixes) – Jivtesh
David & Jivtesh details us about the core fixes or changes in SP5.
One important point that I have to highlight is: The Incompatibility of SP5 to get upgraded to GP2010 RTM. We have to wait till GP2010 SP1.
People who are planning for a GP2010 Upgrade must tread caution before applying this patch. Go thru’ the SP release notes and FAQs to make sure you really need it for your GP10 environment till you move on to GP2010.