Autumn Equinox newsletter

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Reporting the way it should be

Harvest moons are so called because moonrise for several days around the time of the full moon closest to the autumnal equinox occurs nearly at sunset. Before artificial lighting, this gave farmers extra time to cut and move ripened crops.

This year, it happens on September 8-10th (Depending on where you are in the world), and also happens to be a supermoon, as the moon is at its closest to the earth. Time for a romantic moment perhaps?

The equinox also heralds change, and in this newsletter we look at a significant change to Microsoft’s support policy for older versions of NAV and AX, as well as a new release of XLPublisher-which really does give some great new enhancements to the Excel reporting experience.

30 Years of stagnation

4 ways to get an easier life

Simon Larkham looks at why Accountants need an easier life. You know it makes sense.

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AXUG and NAVUG, St Louis, 2014

Free upgrade for XLPublisher users

Many of our users augment their reporting distribution requirement with XLPublisher. We are pleased to announce that a free upgrade to version 7 is now available.

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PrecisionPoint March 2014 Newsletter. Webinar:Power BI

AX and NAV mainstream support ending for older versions

Microsoft announced today that mainstream support for AX 2009 will end on 14th April 2015 and that NAV2009 mainstream support ends on 13th March 2015

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Olivia Parker

Olivia Parker