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Do you use the inventory module in Microsoft Dynamics GP? If so, you should know about the ways to reconcile the inventory subledger to the General Ledger. What method do you currently use?

Historical Inventory Trial Balance (HITB) what is it? Why should you choose it over the Historical Stock Status? And once you begin using it, the common questions are: How did that data get there, and when it is wrong, how do I fix it? Learn more about the new features in HITB, and begin leveraging this unique report as soon as you can.

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