I would like to set the record straight for all those who may be concerned that Microsoft Dynamics GP is disappearing.
This is a FALSE rumor by NetSuite's CEO Zach Nelson during a recent earning's webcast where he implied such things like "the continuing demise of Microsoft Dynamics Great Plains," "less international and less sophisticated than Microsoft Dynamics AX and NAV" and "there’s little future for anyone who wants to be a new GP reseller."
Even though Microsoft develops and supports four different ERP products, each product has a distinct niche in the market place. Another fact I would like to point out is Microsoft's published
Further proof is that the Dynamics GP product team in Fargo wants to hear from all existing customers on what features they would like added into GP “12.” Here is your opportunity to be heard and suggest new features. If you would like to suggest a feature go to MS Connect,
In closing, Microsoft Dynamics GP has tens of thousands of customers, a vibrant partner community and third-party application ecosystem, and proven industry functionality which addresses the needs in many key verticals like health care, not-for-profit, and public sector. Microsoft Dynamics GP is offered as a hosted or on-premise solution.
By: Jeff Katz, McGladrey -