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Journyx Offers Trial for Dynamics GP Business Portal Replacement

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Journyx, provider of project, time and expense tracking and resource management software, announced that companies using Microsoft Dynamics GP as their accounting system and seeking a new time and expense solution after the cancellation of Business Portal can download a free 30-day trial of Journyx.

A Certified Microsoft Partner, Journyx adds enterprise time tracking to Microsoft Dynamics with Journyx Accountlink, enabling companies to implement a time tracking solution using existing business data in Dynamics GP.

“Our customers agree that Journyx is the right alternative for companies looking for a flexible solution that not only integrates with Dynamics GP and replaces the functionality of Business Portal, but goes above and beyond its capability,” stated Journyx CEO Curt Finch. “After all, this is what we do.”

Journyx time and expense tracking software features: integration with GP and GP Project Accounting, mobile entry, local install or cloud option, multi-level approvals, flexible accrual calculations, data entry validation.

More information about Journyx and the cancellation of Business Portal is available here.

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