150 New Features…Cloud Options…Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 May Just Be That ‘Silver Bullet’ We’ve Been Looking For

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As a technology provider, our clients as well as our consultants hope for that silver bullet or that technology that can handle anything and everything. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work that way and many times we’ve had to be harshly realistic with our customers. Every business is different, and those differentiators result in unique requirements of technology.

With that said, we’re pretty excited about the 150 new features within the release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 and think these enhancements could be that silver bullet for more companies. Even better, the cloud deployment model will make this functionality affordable so it’s anyone’s game.

One of the main focuses for the enhancements in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 is business intelligence, and that means historical data. Here are just a few examples of the functionality now available…

Quick and Easy Access to Historical Data:

  • Before GP 2013, you couldn’t search journal entries from previous years. You could only see open items. But now you can display information for both open and previous year journal entries, giving users better information in fewer clicks.
  • Within Fixed Assets, they’ve added a “depreciation as of” date to the report so that the depreciation is then calculated based on the date of the report. This makes fixed asset management easier to manage and report on.

Check out more features of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 by downloading this fact sheet or contact us to learn how GP 2013 can give you the tools you need with flexible and affordable deployment options.

By Sherwood Systems, Microsoft Dynamics GP Partner out of Arizona

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