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Project Accounting v7 Bugs?

Project Accounting v7 Bugs?

Project Accounting v7 Bugs?

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We're using Project Accounting version 6.08sp1 and have documented many problems with Fixed Price Revenue Recognition and Budget reconciliation.

Great Plains support acknowledges these problems every time we contact them but fail to document most of the problems. Their response is always that they only document for the latest service pack (even though others are oficially supported), and only if the bug is "data damaging". IMHO, any bug that results in an incorrect ledger is "career damaging" for the PA user.

With our upgrade to v7 coming up, can anyone share the bugs that they've encountered?

RE: Project Accounting v7 Bugs?

Hi Dave. Can you recomend a compitent Great Plains dealer in Chicago?

RE: Project Accounting v7 Bugs?

(OP)
ePartners Solutions or Revere Group are companies I've worked with. ePartners is very strong in Great Plains and Revere Group has a great technical team.

RE: Project Accounting v7 Bugs?

You have my sympathies for using Great Plains Project Accounting.  We switched 2 years ago from WennSoft, thinking that Project would be supported better since it was a GP product.  I have regretted the move almost from the beginning.  It is a very immature project, very awkward to use, and very schizo in the errors it makes.  We just upgraded to 7.5 build 80, and we have all kinds of weird problems.

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