Just had to share with all of you who follow the blog that I’m joining the ranks of Microsoft Dynamics Convergence Customer Excellence award winners and am being recognized as a Community Champion in 2014! From the Convergence site, “The Community Champion Award recognizes a person who shares their expertise with the Microsoft Dynamics community in activities such as speaking at conferences, contributing to community forums, blogging about tips and tricks, and more.”
Thank you to all who have read the blog, followed me on Twitter, sent me emails, and participated in classes, webinars, and conference sessions over the past five years. I’ve enjoyed every minute of helping people to solve problems, improve processes, and make connections in this wonderful community! Special thanks in particular to the NAVUG leadership teams, past and present, who have shaped my involvement in this community and encouraged me endlessly.
Congratulations to ALL of the Convergence 2014 Customer Excellence award winners! Each and every one of these individuals and companies are leveraging their Microsoft Dynamics solutions to excel at what they do. Please take a moment to view the entire list here and celebrate with this group of exceptional companies.
Kerry Rosvold Recognized for Outstanding Business Achievements
Earns Microsoft Dynamics® Community Champion Award
Minneapolis, MN — February 18, 2014— Kerry Rosvold was recognized by Microsoft® with the 2014 Community Champion Award as part of the Microsoft Dynamics Customer Excellence Awards program. She will be honored by Microsoft executives at an awards luncheon on Wednesday, March 5, at Convergence 2014 Atlanta, the premier Microsoft Dynamics user conference.
The 2014 Customer Excellence Awards, which are presented in 17 categories, recognize and celebrate Microsoft Dynamics customers that have achieved notable accomplishments using their Microsoft Dynamics solutions.
Established in 1997, the Customer Excellence Awards are awarded each year at the Convergence user conference in the United States. Microsoft Dynamics is a line of financial, customer relationship and supply chain management solutions that help businesses work more effectively.
Kerry Rosvold has been the Corporate Controller at Augsburg Fortress since 2008, and has been using Microsoft Dynamics NAV as her ERP of choice since 2004. Kerry has been an active member of the NAV user group (NAVUG) since 2009, serving on both the board of advisors and programming committee. Kerry has also served as a Microsoft Convergence customer advisory board member since 2010. She frequently conducts webinars, speaks, and teaches classes on NAV financial topics. She blogs regularly at www.dynamicsnavfinancials.com and also can be found on Twitter @krosvold.
Augsburg Fortress, the ministry of publishing of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, creates books, curricula, and resources that communicate the Gospel, enhance faith, and enrich the life of the Church and the communities it serves. Augsburg Fortress reinvests all profits made into the development of new ministry resources. For more information, visit augsburgfortress.org.
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There’s a new feature to the Dynamics NAV Financials blog – a page dedicated to showing examples of account schedules! You will find foundational row setups and column layouts available for your reference as you build and improve the financial statements you use for your company. There are examples of a trial balance, balance sheet, and income statement here, but also examples of how to include base for percent and dimensions in your schedules, and plenty of options for how to use columns. Each page features the design view for the relevant row setup or column layout as well as a results view showing how the end-user will see it on-screen.
Hopefully you’ll find this page as useful as you have the Account Schedules Formulas page. As the blog has grown, so has the use of the formulas page, with high traffic on this page especially as readers reference the formulas they need for their account schedules!
I’m launching a 12 week series on account schedules starting mid-April that will refer to many of these examples as we move through the series, so stay tuned. Thanks for following Dynamics NAV Financials!