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Win a free copy of my latest book from Packt


I have teamed up with Packt Publishing to organize a giveaway of my latest book, “Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Implementation”. Three lucky winners will receive a copy of the book.

GP 2013 book

To enter the giveaway, all you need to do is visit the Packt book page to check out the book details, then post your expectations from the book or your initial thoughts about the book in the comments section at the bottom of this blog post. There is a deadline – the contest will close on February 20, 2014. Winners will be contacted by e-mail, so please make sure to use a valid email address when you comment.

Please note: Winners in the US and Europe will get a chance to win a print copy of the book. All others will get an eBook copy of the book.

42 Responses to “Win a free copy of my latest book from Packt”

  1. Looking to upgrade to 2013 very soon and Victoria Yudin comes highly recommended on this subject. The book should definitely help the process move along a lot easier.

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  2. Everton Raymond Reply May 2, 2014 at 3:38 pm

    Will love to read this, in order to benefit from Victoria’s knowledgebase.

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  3. This book will be incredible. I have the GP 2010 Implementation Book (in print & e form) and cannot breathe without it. The print book has about 50 pages that I flagged & some are dog-eared from overuse. I could not have become an important part of our implementation team without it. I’m considered the SQL Installer & where did I learn it first? Victoria Yudin’s Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010. Thanks for covering GP 2013 as well.

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  4. Paola Maribel Molina Zeron Reply February 15, 2014 at 12:23 pm

    This book is a great tool for those who work with gp. I’m pond in working with the program and the first thing is good to know how to implement gp.
    I have always found excellent support on their website and I have great expectations from the book and from the time that Victoria Yudin wrote it is known beforehand that this book should be in our library.

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  5. I have just been introduced to GP at the company I work for. I hope that this website and your new book will help me go from novice to expert in no time at all!! Excited to start reading.

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  6. My expectations are that this new book will be the most valuable tool for GP implementations as I look to you as the “GP guru”! I have been consulting (accounting/software) for 29 years, but only 12 years exclusively with GP. I look forward to receiving posts on your page as they always bring new ideas and processes to light. Thank you for that! Best wishes on a successful book launch!

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  7. I would love to have your book to assist us with our upgrade to GP2013. It’s always great to have a reliable source to turn to.

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  8. Looks like the new book would be a valuable resource.

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  9. I’m very new to GP and I am hoping that your new book will help me get acclimated to it quickly. I’ve looked at the sample chapters and so far it is looks like what I’ve been looking for.

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  10. Thank you so much to everyone for the wonderful comments! In hindsight, I probably should have made the time period shorter, so we could pick the winners sooner. However, at this point, it’s less than 2 weeks to go, so we’re almost there. :-)

    Thanks again!
    -Victoria

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  11. This book would be a great resourse during an implementation or upgrade to GP 2013 (which we will be doing this year). The last chapter on training, tools, troubleshooting and other resources would make this a valuable “Go To” manual for future reference as well. I always enjoy Victoria Yudin’s suggestions on the daily GPUG email and am amazed at the breadth of her knowledge and experience. Thank you for making our day-to-day tasks a little easier.

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  12. Victoria, your insight and knowledge has been invaluable; would love this book to further gain knowledge into all the pieces of an implementation.

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  13. Everyone who installs or supports GP should get this book.

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  14. After a painful experience migrating into Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 from QuickBooks I’m actually looking forward to upgrade to 2013 with this new book.

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  15. It would make a wonderful addition to our collection of GP works

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  16. I would like to be able to do a full implementation on my own. I know your book would be the resource to help me do it right the first thing! You rock! Thanks for the chance.

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  17. Once again, Victoria Yudin to the rescue. I am tasked with putting together a timeline and project outline for updating from GP2010 SP4 to GP 2013 this year. I recently celebrated my 1 year anniversary as a GP System Developer/Analyst so this book would be a lifesaver!

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  18. this is it what i need for my upgrade to 2013 after closing my year end.

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  19. This is one reason why you are MVP every year Victoria! Great!

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  20. Thanks in advance Dear Victoriayudin.

    This would be a nice book which will help me how to implement MSGP in a new company and how to improve my the existing setup.
    thanks once again.
    regards
    Jamil Shah Afridi

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  21. This should be a great tool for the details behind deployment of the new web client and planning.

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  22. Looks good. I look forward to reading it.

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  23. looks like it will be a great book to read and to help out with new Dynamics GP installations!

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  24. Victoria, it looks like you have done it again. I have learned to depend on your insight and knowledge. I expect it this publication will be excellent for novices and seasoned pro’s..

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  25. I can attest to the value of Victoria’s contributions to the Dynamics GP community. As a GP implementation consultant, regular reader of the victoriayudin.com site, and owner of her GP 2010 Implementation book, the practical advice and direction I have received from her has been invaluable. Keep up the GREAT work! Looking forward to reading (and hopefully winning) the new GP 2013 Implementation book, as well as sharing her strategies and techniques with my customers.

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  26. This book is what we need!!!! Justo lo que necesitábamos para migrar en Junio 2014.

    Gracias thanks!

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  27. This book will help us to fulfill a big goal for this year! Learn how to implement Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013, with a step by step guide and great knowledge contained within the book. Thanks Victoria for sharing it with us!

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  28. Being a consultant is not as easy as it looks, and often I find myself wanting to refer to a colleague to confirm my findings, thoughts, or question what I see or think… and it doesn’t always work out that someone is around. I have found that when I refer to Victoria’s blog, book, or website, I find solutions to my problems – if this book is anything like the last… I will have solutions leading me into the latest edition. Thank you Victoria for your wisdom!

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  29. It seems to come at the right time for our migration from GP2010 to 2013. We are planning to begin upgrade in March! so more than likely we’ll be getting a copy soon.

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  30. This looks like the perfect resource book for our planned GP 2013 upgrade later this year. Can’t wait to dig in.

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  31. Can’t wait to read, I’m sure it will be Great!!!

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  32. This sounds exactly what we needed years ago when we launched GP. We are constantly finding that we have an overly-complicated structure, making routines like the reconciliation for running HITB impossible. It would be good to see how and why it should have been done to see where we need to go now.

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  33. Excited to see the new book coming out. Victoria is such a wealth of information! I know Dynamics GP 2013 Implementation will be great!

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  34. This would have been a nice book to help when I was tasked with integrating another application with GP. I’d love to see a textbook dedicated to eConnect and it’s intricacies but I doubt there is a market for that.

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  35. If the book is of the same quality as the http://victoriayudin.com web site, I expect it to be nothing short of spectacular.

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