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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 – What’s New

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 – New Features and Functions

The following sections describe enhancements included in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016.

System-wide changes Web Client enhancements The user interface for the Microsoft Dynamics GP Web Client has been refreshed to provide a more updated appearance. The banner in space now enables users to log in and log out, as well as indicating what company they’re logged into number of enhancements to the user experience.

Support for additional browsers and mobile devices Web Client now includes support for multiple devices, including iPad and Android tablets, as well as using multiple web browsers.

  1. The supported browsers include:

  2. Internet Explorer

  3. Microsoft Edge

  4. Safari

  5. Chrome

Open Web Client windows using search A new search feature let you locate and open windows through search. The new search feature also works with applications that integrate with the Web Client.

Ability to scan multiple pages When you’re using the scan function that’s part of the Document Attachment feature, you now can scan more than one page at a time if you’re using a document feeder. Previously Document Attachment could scan only one page at a time. With GP 2016 we will have the ability to use the Document Attachment scanning functionality to scan in multiple pages (instead of one at a time). Supported scanners need to use WIA (Windows Image Acquisition) technology, along with a document feeder. The scanning process creates files in .TIF format.

Word templates for batch approval workflow Workflow batch approvals now have a default Word template for the edit list for the following batches in the following areas:

  1. General Ledger

  2. Payables

  3. Receivables

The edit lists can be emailed to an approver to provide complete information about the transactions in the batches before approving the workflow step.

Workflow condition management New options are available for automatically processing workflows when something in the workflow doesn’t meet specified conditions. If a condition is not met, the workflow can continue to the next step or it can be rejected.

Prior to this change, you could specify conditions under which action is required for a step in a workflow. If the condition set fo