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Are you conditioned to look for data you know is in Microsoft Dynamics GP in a certain way, such as printing a report?

Most often the first answer you find in your data leads to more questions. Additional data mining is required to get the full detail and it can be taxing to begin a new search for each level of detail. What if you were able to drill into the additional detail right from the top level, down to the final answer?

Microsoft Dynamics GP has many underutilized inquiries that provide instant information and not all data requires generating a report to screen or print. However, most of the time these inquiries are printable should you find you do need to have a hard copy.Take the pain out of managing and supporting your ERP applications and let Columbus do the heavy lifting for you.

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