A worn-out unfounded rumor that some competitors use to inspire doubt in Dynamics ERP buyers has been; “Microsoft owns 4 ERP products now, is Dynamics GP going away?” The answer is NO. I am at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference this week, meeting with the managers who make those decisions. And the answer is clear – Microsoft Dynamics GP is here to stay. No question. And if there was ever any doubt about the popularity of Dynamics GP all you have to do is look at the statistics for June 2010. Last month, June 2010, more customers bought
In a GP panel session at WPC Errol Schoenfish, Product Manager at Microsoft, reported that there were some very “wide eyed people at Microsoft” at the end of the FY10 fiscal year – astonished at the record breaking sales of Dynamics GP. And they are using the success of the
In fact, Errol Schoenfish reported today that the developers back in Fargo are already furiously coding away on Dynamics GP “Version 12” due out in 2012-2013. Some of the planned enhancements include a focus on simplicity, productivity, Dynamics user experience, contextual Business Intelligence (BI) and Management Reporter R2.
The word from Microsoft is clear, accounting software buyers can feel confident buying Microsoft Dynamics GP. It’s past and current success, future roadmap and long list of
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