New Features in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 (Webinar Recording)
Jess: Welcome to today’s webinar on, “What’s New in Dynamics GP 2018.” I am the Director of Marketing at Encore and I handle the webinar series for them. We’ve got a lot of great content, not just in this webinar, but many others throughout 2018. We’ve got a very extensive lineup that we’re working on. And we’ll be covering Dynamics GP, different aspects of Power BI, we’ll have some Office 365, and then other Dynamics products such as CRM as well. So there’s a lot of great stuff coming up throughout the year. I will at the end of this webinar have some information for you about the content today, but also about the webinar series in general, and where you can go to find other topics and register for other online events. So please be on the lookout for that.
And before we get started into the heavy content, I’m going to just do a little bit of housekeeping. So, on your GoToWebinar panel, you’re gonna see that on the right side of your screen, most likely, there’s a little orange arrow up at the top. Just click that so it pops out of the way and you’re able to see more of the presentation. Click it again if you want it to pop back out and that way, you can ask a question. So, we do have a lot to cover today and we don’t wanna get off track, we wanna make sure we stay on time so we get to everything. We ask that you submit your questions this way and I will be collecting those behind the scenes in the queue. At the end of the presentation, I will feed those to our presenter and he’ll be answering them one by one. If there’s anything that I can do for you behind the scenes, if there’s any audio issues or any questions about the series or anything at all, please feel free to feed those in as well and I’m happy to chat with you in this questions’ pane to address anything that you need.
So a little bit about Encore. I scanned through the registrations for today and saw that most of you are familiar with us, but I did see that some of you are new. So, just a little bit who we are. We’ve been serving Dynamics customers for over 25 years in the Pacific Northwest U.S. and in Canada. Microsoft Gold Certified Partner. We’ve got over 130 dedicated certified professionals that have worked in all areas of Dynamics GP, NAV, AX, CRM, and now Dynamics 365, and then that includes Power BI. So a lot of different expertise on our team. Then we’ve got quite a few different awards that have been coming through over the years. Some of our bigger ones are listed here. And then we also have solutions that we provided. I did mention a few of those. Just gives you kind of a visual of the world that we do support and also provide various services against. And our locations, I did mention Pacific Northwest U.S., we’ve got offices in Seattle and Portland, and then of course, our core offices in Calgary and…excuse me, Winnipeg, is our headquarters, Calgary and Vancouver.
So that’s enough for me. This is Raymond Wong. He is our Senior Solutions Specialist, with a focus on Dynamics GP. He’s put together a great slide deck for us today to go over the newest features that are gonna be coming up. We know a lot of people are excited about this new release. And I’m gonna make sure I’ve got him unmated. Raymond, can you hear us okay?
Raymond: Yes. Thank you.
Jess: Great. I’m gonna hand you the presentation right now. You should see that acceptance window popping up for you.
Jess: And as a side note as Raymond’s taking the presentation back, we will be…we are recording today’s presentation. So, at the end of this, I will send you out an email with a link to that recording as well as the slide deck. Okay. We can see your screen. Great. Raymond, looks good and I’ll let you take it away.
Raymond: Okay. Perfect. Thank you, Jess. Hi, my name is Raymond Wong. I am from the Dynamics GP team. And just a brief introduction is, I’ve been consulting for Dynamics GP for the last 12 plus years and I… Related to this is, I’ve been involved with over 150 plus upgrades. So, that’s one of the first things that we’ll talk about, just the upgrade paths and how we can upgrade from that perspective. So our agenda today is, we’ll talk a little bit about the upgrade and then we’ll talk about some of the enhancements or some the new features in there. So, I’ve split it off to five main areas. So there’ll be the platform and system-wide enhancements, the new workflow which is on the version 4.0, some of the user experience enhancements and some of the financial enhancements in there. There are over 50 plus features and updates in GP 2018, so we’ve picked off some of the highlights and some of the items that we can showcase for you.
So, moving on ahead here. So from an upgrade perspective, personally, I’ve been involved with a lot of the upgrades. Like I mentioned, over 150 plus of them throughout my last 12 years of my career. And I’ve personally upgraded my Dynamics GP image from GP 2016 to 2018, and there weren’t any issues. I’ve done upgrades from as far as or far back as from GP version six all the way up to GP 2018. There are different paths and different ways. So some will take one step, some will take two steps, depending on which version you’re on. There is a Microsoft article which I’ll provide to Jess and she’ll send it out to you a little bit after the presentation, and you’ll be able to see which version you’re on and which service packs you need to install, or which is the upgrade if you need to jump from two versions or three versions, or if it’s just a one version job against it.
Just a little bit experience on my upgrade. There wasn’t any issues. I had two companies, I had some Dex customizations. The base GP and all the functionality worked, everything worked perfectly fine and there weren’t any issues on the upgrade. There is a blog by the Escalation Engineer, Terry Heley, and she posts…whoever’s subscribed to her email chain, and it tells you about if there are any issues or if there’s anything that’s…any issues for the upgrade or any features or enhancements. So, there’s two known issues with the upgrade that did occur with them. They are more of a data cleanup issue. So, the two things were at the analytical accounting bounced by forward for the yearend closing and also the payables attached document. So, these are just some data issues that causes the upgrades to hang up. But Microsoft does provide the scripts free of charge, that you can do to analyze your data and clean up those abandoned records or those cropped records, and it’ll make the upgrade smooth. So from that aspect, the paths and any issues, there weren’t any issues for the upgrade.
From a documents point of view, there was a couple documents put out by Microsoft, which I’ll provide to Jess and she’ll be able to send you a link for them. One of them is a “What’s New” document which shows you the progression from Dynamics GP. I think it goes far back as from 2013, to 2015, to 2016, and then to 2018. And it shows you the different features and functions that it’s added for each of the versions. There’s also a couple other documents that I have, which there’s one document that my co-worker found on the…while doing some research, and it shows all the different features for every module. From GP 9 all the way up to GP 2016, I believe or 20…yeah, 2016. And then you’ll be able to look at which of the features are available. So, the reason why I’m mentioning that is because some of the features may be in one of the other versions, or one of the upgrades, or maybe the latest version, that it’s probably not commonly used, but it could help your business and the efficiencies with that aspect.
Like I said, I’ve been involved with many upgrades and I can tell you some of this…all the upgrades have been successful, that I’ve done, and they’ve all had a zero percent rollback, from that aspect. So, if there’s any questions from an upgrade perspective, feel free to contact me. The contact information was on the first slide and it also will be provided at the end of the presentation. So, from that aspect, that’s just a little bit on the upgrade portion and things that you can expect from there. I haven’t… In about next week’s time, I will be testing out some of the smart connect upgrades and some of the third party products. For example, WennSoft and MEM from Binary Stream, and those items. I personally haven’t tested the upgrade on those versions, but they’re pretty up to speed on that. And one thing I forgot to mention was, the DVD was actually released about a week and a half…about two weeks ago from Microsoft. We’ve been getting a glimpse and bits and pieces of what are some the new features in Dynamics GP 2018.
So, although I do have a working demo environment, most of the slides that will be showing will be more of a screen shot from a static point of view because it does take time for some of the features to be set up. So, from an efficiency point of view, we’ll be showing some slides of some of the new features. So that’s the first step which is the first item that we’re talking about, which is the upgrade. The next thing we’ll be talking about is the platform and system-wide enhancements. One of the features that they introduced, I believe, in GP 2013, was the document attachment. So, they built the document attachment, you’ll be able to store documents and they’ll be stored on the SQL Server. And you’ll be…what they did was every version, they added to more and more windows.
So now the document attach window as you can see here has a set up window. You’ll be able to attach to most master record windows, most of the inquiry windows, and most of the transaction entry windows. They tried to make the document attach available in most of the common entry windows and the corresponding inquiry windows, so we’ll be able to look up supporting documents for transaction or for master file, for example, here. So what I’m gonna show you here is, as you can see from this screenshot, we’ll be talking a little bit about the workflow. So you’ll be able to move the workflow from say example, from the customer maintenance, which is your customer master file. It’ll be able flow in the workflow to…for delegation purposes, from your workflow.
So as you can see here’s one of the new windows that they’ve added the attachment to, which is the receivables transaction entry. From this window, as you can see here on the red square here, you’ll be able to attach documents and you’ll be able to track it from an audit perspective, where you’ll be able to track who attached the document, what time it was, and it’ll be saved securely onto your server. And from that aspect, you’ll be able to track if somebody has deleted it or if somebody has modified it, and from that perspective. Receivables transaction entry, which is the AR transaction entry window, which is where they added a document attach. They’ve also added like I said, to many windows. So another window that they added the document attach, which is the transaction entry window for the general ledger. So you’ll be able to provide or attach supporting documents for this journal entry from that perspective. And it’ll be similar to the attachments which we’ll see in the progression, they’ve added two more and more windows, and you’ll be able to, like I mentioned, track it. You’ll be able to see the files when it was attached. And it’s also saved on your SQL database.
So, before, the document attachment files were saved in a location on your server. Now, these files are saved securely onto your SQL Server itself. And another aspect is, when your database is being backed up, the attachments will get backup also. Right now, they’ve added also to the employee inquiry window, which is very similar from that perspective. There’s a notes button there. This is for U.S. payroll and HR. And they haven’t added to the Canadian payroll yet. So which brings up another topic. All these enhancements and all these features, what happens is, on Microsoft’s website, if there’s a specific feature that clients or customers that are after, you can vote on them, and as soon as they get attention or enough votes, they will actually put it onto the next release or the next releases in their roadmap in Dynamics GP. So they’re always listening and always ready to, you know, try to enhance the product itself to make it better and more usable.
One more for our U.S. clients and base, they’ve also added the attachment onto the I9 form, so you’ll be able to attach documents against it. As you can see there, once you’ve attached documents, before, some of the entire windows, you weren’t able to view any of these…you weren’t able to view the documents. But now they’ve added the inquiry window, so it flows from the transaction itself to the actual transact…oh, sorry. The transaction itself to the inquiry window itself. So they’ve added it to the vendor, the customer, the project, and PA project inquiry window. So the next few slides that we’re gonna show is just to show some of the areas where it can attach against there. As you can see on the top left hand corner, when you’re inquiring a vendor, you’ll be able to see the supporting documents for this vendor. So that’s the attachment that they’ve added. So, what they’re trying to do is, they’re trying to improve the experience and also to improve on the userability and efficiencies of Dynamics GP, where it’s going to more of a paperless solution, where you can actually inquire and look up stuff within Dynamics GP itself there.
So the first window here is the vendor inquiry, and we’re just gonna browse through these few things here. So on the customer master inquiry, they add that too. For a project accounting, for the people that are using project accounting, they have the attachment against there. It’s the yellow button on the right hand side there. And also in the project inquiry window, the advanced attach notes is in there also. So that’s some of the basic usability enhancements that they’ve added to Dynamics GP 2018. So it’s been a progression. So from GP 2013 where they introduced the new documents attach, they’ve added more and more windows and more and more features against it for 2015, 2016, and now 2018.
The next topic we’re gonna look at is workflow. Workflow is… Basically what workflow can do is, you can define workflows from transactions itself. So, for example, one of the new workflows that they’ve added is the general ledger account approval workflow. And that’s for an approval process for adding and editing, posting accounts there. So, workflow, you can see it’s been in other areas, for example, the AP module, AP invoice module, the purchase orders itself, so you can have workflow against it. So, it will go through… You’ll be able to define a workflow and you’ll be able to submit transactions or creating accounts against two approvers and you can delegate it. And depending on their rights, they’ll be able to approve it and then that entry will be finalized in the system that’s created there. So, workflow is on version 4.0, the 4.0 iteration right now. So they started out with some basic workflows. For example, the AP and then now they’ve added more and more against it.
As you can see here, this is the workflow that they have here. So one of the new ones that they created is the general ledger account approval workflow. So, basically, in this workflow here, as you can see here, you can assign it to a user and there’s a time limit against it, and you can send predefined messages with information from it. So what this one does is, when you’re creating a new posting account or a GL account here, you’ll be able to submit it for approval and then users won’t be able to access or use or create that general ledger account until that’s been approved itself against it. And there’s also audit track and trail against it.
As you can see here from this window here, there’s the workflow maintenance, so you can house specific email messages that you can port. As you can see in this window, there are some variable fields in there. So for example, the account number which will pull directly from the approval, so it’s not a static… There’s a basic email template in here, but it also pulled the relevant information, the variable information. So for example, when this task is due, the deadline, or what the number is, what the category is, what comments are, and what the general ledger account is. So it’s very dynamic in that perspective there. They’ve also added the workflow to the purchasing invoice approval here. So for example, right here, you can see there’s one step here and you’ll be able to, when you have a purchase invoice, before you’re allowed to…you have to approve it before it’s allowed to be posted and for the invoice to be paid. So, the purchasing invoice approval workflow is something that they’ve newly added in Dynamics GP 2018. Another area that they’ve added to it is the receivings transaction from the purchasing side. So after the peel when you receive an item, it has to be approved before the items can be entered into the system and also affect the inventory against it.
As you can see here, they’ve added enhancements against the workflow. So now you can have more fields and more criterias. So they’ve added in the vendor workflow here for the EFT and bank information. So they’ve added, as you can see here, there’s a workflow full condition editor, so you can have…right here, you can have different fields and they’ve added more and more fields. So, each version from version 1 to version 4.0, for each of the workflows, they’ve allowed more fields in the workflow, so you’ll be able to put conditional statements or put different criterias against it from a workflow perspective. They’ve also added a few more reporting workflows. So I’m not gonna go through all of them, but in our PDF file from Microsoft on the “What’s New” in 2018, it can show you different reports. So, this is an audit report here, it’s a workflow history report. So you’ll be able to, you know, review the purchase order approvals and what’s happened to the workflow. If it got rejected or if it got delegated to somebody from that perspective.
Also from a workflow perspective here, they added, you can have reminder emails that you can sent to users who have workflow transactions pending in their approval. You can add this new option for reminders as a workflow step and for example, in my next screenshot here, it’s assigned to Isaac Olsen and the time is eight hours and the reminder is one hours, and it has that message that we predefine. And also, as you can see here on the bottom, there’s the include document attachments. So depending on how it will set up, you can actually have the vendor documents or the transaction document attachments to lower the workflow. So in their email for approval, they can review some of the supporting documents against it. So, in a summary, those are some the few items that they’ve added to the workflow 4.0. So it’s a pretty good tool right now for having simple approvals. There are some other third parties for more advanced workflow capabilities, but it’s a good start to get into so you can have some approvals and some audit against it for transactions and for, you know, customer and vendor records to be created and to be approved before people can use the system. So I’m just gonna take a sip of water here.
The next aspect we’re gonna look at is the user experience enhancements. So, Microsoft has listened to the customer base and one of the complaints or one of the concerns that people had was, in their bank reconciliation window, they weren’t able to sort transactions by, you know, by different types there. So what they did was, they added a sort-by, which is the type, so you can narrow it by payment by deposit, and they added the record where you can have it ascending and descending. So, this is one of the user experience enhancements that they’ve added to the bank reconciliation window here. So it allows the end user or the users itself to be able to review data more efficiently and effectively. As you can tell, this is one of the windows where they added to it. So they also added it to the payable transaction window. So now on the inquiry, you can sort by the document number, the type, the original amount, unapplied amount, document dates. And they’ve also got another filter which is for ascending and descending. That makes it when you’re looking up information and looking up more details, a little bit easier from that perspective.
So they’ve added that to a few different windows. Of course, if you wanted to do more detailed information and if you wanted it to be able to export, we’d use SmartList and be able to sort it even further. But from a quick snapshot point of view, if you wanna look up some data or if you wanna look up a transaction, they’ve added these additional sort-by features in there. As you can see here, on the payables transaction and inquiry document, there’s the ascending and descending. So that’s the second screenshot there. They’ve also added to the payments, payables transaction inquiry by vendor window. So you have those additional sort-by items and also the ascending and descending from sorting. So as you can see here, that’s the sort-by, so they added a few more options against it, so it’s easier for you to find your data. And from there, you’ll be able to look up if it’s ascending or descending. So it’ll make it a little bit easier because If you use ascending, then you can have the latest documents on top, and its better than…for example, some companies have years and years of data, and if you’re scrolling up and down, it might take a little bit of time to look through the list here. So what happens is, with the ascending and descending, it makes things a little bit more efficient from that perspective.
So, the next window they added was also to the receivables transaction inquiry window, which is very similar in that aspect. So there are more than 10 sort-by combinations that now can be used. So document number, amount remaining, document dates, and also sort-by options. So they’ve added that to the receivables transaction inquiry by customer window. As you can see here, the sort-by in here is the ascending and descending option. They’ve also added it to the receivables transaction inquiry document window. So when you’re looking at the document itself, for example, if you have the document number, you’ll be able to sort by these items also.
And speaking of spoilers, we talked a little bit about SmartList there. So now when you’re creating a SmartList favorite, you’ll be able to create a password against it. So you can have a password if you need to remove the SmartList or if you wanna edit or modify the SmartList itself there. As usual, the SmartList, you’ll be able to make it visible to just everybody in the company, just to your specific user, specific user class or to everybody, and the password can be added to any of the SmartList favorites. So, usually, typically, our clients have issues when somebody is modifying somebody else’s SmartList. So from this aspect, everybody can see one of the SmartList favorites, at least there’s a password against it and people can’t be adding or changing the filter and the columns against it.
One of the financial enhancements that they put against it is, you’re able to print a single statement from the customer maintenance window. Before, you had to go into the routines and to run the statements against the filters and against it. Now, from here, straight from the customer maintenance window, under print, there’s a statement, and you’ll be able to select a statement ID and you’ll be able to put the statement against it. As usual, you’ll be able to email statements to clients if the email information is in there. And this is one of the enhancements and one of the features that people voted on that Microsoft added to GP 2018. So as you can see here, a lot of these features, some of them are minor, some of them are major. They create, you know, the user experience and the efficiency is a lot better from that perspective. One of the requests that they had, that users had was, when using select checks or they call it select payments now. So what you can do is, you can have came a payment option ID against it. So, in here, what happens is, it will save the criterias that you have against it. So, for example, if it’s for a specific vendor class or if it’s a payment priority, and it’s similar to a report itself where you have a report ID against it. Now there is the payment ID option. So in this option here, you can see there’s a test here and when you’re doing future runs, you can use and it’ll save these criterias for you, and it’ll use one of the previous default settings.
One of the other features that they added against it, as you can see here on the bottom is, you’ll be able to do…oh, sorry. When you’re printing checks, you can do one payment per and then there’s a new vendor option. So I’ll just jump to the next screen here and you’ll be able to print one check per invoice vendor setting. So that’s a new setting that they added to Dynamics GP. And as you can see on…oop, sorry. As you can see here, you can do one check per vendor or one check per invoice and they’ve added that to the vendor window against it. So, there’s little features that they’ve added against the windows to make the user experience a little bit better. One of the minor things that they’ve adjusted against here, I’m just gonna go back here. They were having some debates, which this window used to be called select payables checks. So, they’ve changed it to payment. So some of the terminology in some of the windows have changed just the heading just to make things a little bit easier from that aspect.
For those that are using analytical accounting, they’ve added new features. So, prior to GP 2018, there wasn’t a way to copy access to analytical dimension codes from one user to another. So, what they did was, they created a new copy user across analytical accounting dimension codes and this will expedite granting new users access to the same dimension codes where it’s appropriate. So, as you can see here, there’s a copy button against there. It’s there in the middle there. So these are some the features that they’ve added against it. From a physical point of view, before, they had this hold status on the sales transaction. It’s the red dot in the middle, which is the stop sign. So, for some versions, they had it earlier. I can’t remember exactly which versions and then they took it out, and then people voted on that and wanted this option back, and they’ve added this back against it. So you can actually physically see if there is a hold against this document, so it won’t be printed or posted against it. This feature was added as a request by customers from the previous version.
And going through my slide deck, those were the main features that I had for Dynamics GP 2018. As I mentioned, from Jess’ point of view, we’ll be providing a document that will show the different features between the versions from GP…I believe is GP 2013 all the way up to GP 2018, and there’s different features against it. If there’s something of interest, we’ll be able to discuss and we’ll be able to talk about it, and we’ll be able to help you implement from that perspective. That’s all I have from my presentation. So, we’ll flip it back to Jess and see if there’s any questions in the audience.
Jess: Great. That was excellent, Raymond. Thank you so much. Just a quick check. You can hear me, right?
Jess: Okay. Good. Sometimes you can’t be too sure with this GoToWebinar interface. Let me see. We do have some questions about to come through here. I’m gonna go ahead and leave the presentation with you at this time in case any of these questions are better answered by revisiting your slide deck. So let me just… I have one that says, “Will there be any changes with MR?”
Raymond: No, there are no changes in MR. So this is a little bit off topic. Microsoft is still deciding. Some people are saying they’re using Jet Reports. There aren’t any changes in MR or any major changes in that aspect. I think they’re still deciding on a roadmap of what to go to next. And from last I heard, it was going to be Jet Reports, I believe. So, don’t quote me on that, but I’ll double-check with my contact on Microsoft. But there aren’t any major enhancements other than bug fixes for Management Reporter.
Jess: Gotcha. And if anyone is interested in Jet Reports, we are definitely having those conversations with clients right now. We’re happy to get you any information that you need if you’re looking at the free version or even the enterprise. So, just throwing that out there if you’re interested in taking a look at those tools. Then right here we got another that says, “In this version, can you attach invoices in the AP module?”
Raymond: I’ll have to double check that. So, I’ll have to take that aside. I don’t remember if they have it in this version or not.
Jess: Okay. That’s great. And Amy, I know you just asked that question. I think maybe we’ve mentioned at the top of the presentation. If not, any of these questions that we either can’t get to based on the information or time, or if there’s any that just become unwieldy, we will absolute take offline with you. We have can email, even a quick call, whatever you like, but we will absolutely be getting you answers after the webinar, if that’s what’s needed. Another is, “Can you elaborate on Power BI functionality?”
Raymond: I didn’t put it in my presentation because we actually have I think a webinar on the Power BI. So, from…I don’t have it in my slide deck right now, but they did add more features to Power BI and also, they’re using a different…I think it’s called OLAP, I can’t remember the exact terminology, that they’re pulling the data from. So, from a Power BI perspective, we actually have a webinar that’s in the…just focused on Power BI itself and new features. The fortunate thing about Power BI, actually I went on some training about a month ago on Power BI. And as you can tell, GP, the major releases are every six months and the minor releases are released every, you know, every couple months with the service packs and items that has some fixes and some enhancements. Power BI, I believe I was told by one of the developers, it’s actually on a month…every month sprint. So, they actually release a new version on Power BI itself. So, I’m pretty familiar with it from that perspective, but they’re adding more and more features every month to Power BI itself. So, it’s actually more advanced or more…it’s operating from that perspective.
Jess: Gotcha. And Raymond is right. We do have some Power BI webinars coming up. I don’t believe all of them are logged officially yet, but they are in the works. So, if anyone does have any questions or would like to maybe drop some suggestions for specific topic points on these Power BI webinars, I would love to hear them and we will definitely look at producing content around that. So feel free to shoot out any suggestions that you might have. Another question for you Raymond is, “Will you be able to scan more than one page into the document attached or attach more than one document at once to a transaction?”
Raymond: Yes, you’ll be able to attach multiple transactions against it. So, you’ll be able to attach multiple pages and multiple documents to the document attach.
Jess: Oh, perfect. Okay. Also, does the workflow work for GL entry approval?
Raymond: I’ll have to double check that one. I believe it does, but I’ll have to double check because they made so many revisions. I can’t remember it off the top of my head, but I’ll get back to you on that one.
Jess: Okay. Perfect. And we will be providing…I’ll be providing Raymond with this full list of questions after the webinar. He’ll be able to address all of these offline as I mentioned before. No problem. Okay. We don’t have any other questions popping in yet, but usually people do need just a moment to collect their thoughts and get those through. So, just quickly here, I wanted to grab the presentation back. I’m going to just give you some information about those webinars that I was explaining. We do have a page on our website that is a resource for you. It’s going to have…it’s this particular URL here. It has all of our webinars that are actually scheduled out and their registration links. You can see those divvied up by product. So if you wanna dig entirely into GP or entirely into Power BI, you’re able to do that.
As I said, also if you have any suggestions about future topics you’d like to see, not just Power BI or GP. If there’s anything in the world of dynamics or in auxiliary systems that you’d like to see, please do let us know. We’re in the middle of a lot of content development right now and it’s a great time to catch us and help kind of guide some of these topics, as we go forward. So, feel free to do that.
Let’s see here, double check the question pane one more time. Looks like we are…looks like maybe people have exhausted their questions. So I’m just gonna throw up this contact slide for Raymond. You’ll see his email address and his direct phone line there. I will also be providing, as I said, the slide deck and the link to the recording after the webinar, and follow up with those resource links that Raymond did mention. So, you’ll be getting all of that in your inbox very shortly. And it looks like we are able to give people back almost or just over 20 minutes of their hour, which is always a great thing. Everybody wants extra time in their workday, especially when everybody thinks that you’re busy. So, Raymond, did you have anything else that you’d like to add before we let people go?
Raymond: No. If there’s any of these topics that you’d like more information on, we’ll be definitely sending out documentation against these items. The two questions, I should be able to get back to those pretty quickly. I just have to double check something on my image and I should be able to answer those pretty quickly. Even those… If you don’t have any questions now, if you have any questions, you know, throughout the next week or the month, feel free to send me an email and I’ll be able to address them more, to look them up if I don’t have an answer for you.
Jess: Perfect. Yeah, that’s a great reminder. Okay. No new questions have come through. We might as well go ahead and give everybody back a little bit of their hour. Thank you so much for joining us today. As I said, we’ll have more topics coming soon and hopefully, we will see you on another webinar. Thanks Raymond for the great content. This was great work.
Raymond: Thank you.
Jess: All right, everybody, have a wonderful day.
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