Microsoft Officially Names Next Dynamics GP Release and Updates Statement of Direction Through 2016

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With the next release of Microsoft Dynamics GP ready for a late fall circulation, the buzz has started about the newest base module user features, the cloud deployment options, and the Web client alternative for users.  In this latest Microsoft Dynamics Statement of Direction, the official next release name, "Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013" is announced, along with further details of the specific enhancements  users will be receiving upon upgrading.

In addition to the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 particulars, the Roadmap into 2014, 2015, and 2016 are beginning to take shape and aspects of the General Focus Points of each release have been disclosed.  Along with continuing to expand core functionality in each update, Microsoft has concerned themselves with driving down costs of deployment, extending the alignment and integration with Microsoft's office products, and keeping the product usability simple, yet productive.

Microsoft strives to stay in alignment with their customer's highest priorities.  Along with the millions of dollars put into the R&D of their products, Microsoft also uses these customer satisfaction methods:

  • Conducts existing customer/partner product feature request surveys,
  • Schedules usability sessions during development, and
  • Allows customers to post product suggestions on the 'Connect' site.

Be sure your organization continues to update your internal offices with the latest release of Microsoft Dynamics GP - so your employees, customers, and vendors gain the efficiencies the Microsoft Dynamics Community has voted into production!

To preview the latest Microsoft Dynamics GP features or to discuss implementing or upgrading Microsoft Dynamics GP for your organization, contact Collins Computing, a Gold Certified Microsoft Dynamics Partner, helping their customers achieve success year after year!

By Abra Gilman, Collins Computing, Inc., experts in implementing Microsoft Dynamics since 1994

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