Computerized Accounting in the Cloud Using Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 - 7th Edition (Arens, Ward, Latham & Copeland by Armond Dalton Publishers, Inc.) is available for immediate adoption. Armond Dalton and DynamicsCloud are very pleased to finally be able to offer a cloud-based textbook for your AIS and other accounting classes. The cloud-based software eliminates the previous installation issues and is accessible by both Mac and PC users. The new edition provides a portable solution where you and your students can sign in to the cloud from any location to complete classroom and homework exercises. Please contact Armond Dalton Publishers at email@example.com for more information. This is a well-established textbook – the 1st edition was published in 1998 – and now it has the added benefit of cloud-based software delivery.
Business Applications using Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013—Cloud Version
Carol Yacht and David Thomas are working on Business Applications using Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013—Cloud Version for McGraw-Hill Education. The publication date is January 1, 2015; student cost is $105 for the 400-page textbook and Web Client. Business Apps was previously published by McGraw-Hill as Computer Accounting with Microsoft Dynamics 10.0, 2nd Edition and Computer Accounting with Microsoft Great Plains 8.0, 1st Edition. Both Carol and David are long-time DynAA members, dating back to its start in 2001.
David Thomas, a Microsoft Specialist and Certified Trainer, and instructor at Tulsa Community College, has designed and implemented hundreds of ERP systems. David's successful Dynamics GP course has also trained hundreds of students using Yacht's GP textbooks.
Business Applications using Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013—Cloud Version teaches your students how to use the Dynamics GP 2013 Web Client using a hands-on business application approach and includes a simple deployment for your students. Most chapters start by using the Fabrikam sample company to explore the features of Dynamics GP, followed by a section of related subjects where the students create, setup and use a Class Workshop company to interact with one another demonstrating the Customer-Vendor relationship.
For more information, please contact Carol Yacht at firstname.lastname@example.org or David Thomas at email@example.com.
This information is provided to you via the Microsoft Dynamics Academic Alliance. Microsoft Dynamics Academic Alliance (DynAA) provides free software and support to educational institutions who want to use Microsoft Dynamics Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software in the classroom. Experiencing the latest technology used every day by more than 350,000 organizations and thousands of Microsoft partners worldwide can enhance the students' classroom experience and can give them a competitive advantage in the job market. For more information visit http://www.microsoft.com/dynamicsaa or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org