Do you find yourself scrambling to keep pace with the quickened tempo of business? Or are you struggling to meet the ever-evolving tastes of your customers? Competitive factors like these can change in a heartbeat, and you can either be left scrambling or take control and shape your future. It’s now more important than ever to be a dynamics organization.
Whether you are outgrowing entry-level accounting software, rubber-banding an outdated legacy solution, or simply tired of paying annual maintenance fees to a vendor that provides little to no value for your money – now may just be the time to give your people and your business the tools to work forward.
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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 brings with it many substantial changes, including over 125 new features and a completely redesigned licensing structure. These enhancements optimize daily operational and financial processes, improve collaboration, business intelligence (BI) and reporting, and deepen interoperability with other Microsoft products and technologies, including Microsoft Office and
Take a look at this infographic that visually depicts some of the key areas that were the driving force behind advancements in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013, and how it can take your organization beyond basic business management, streamlining operations and improving efficiency.
Based on our experience with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 thus far, the solution can fairly be summed up by saying it’s a product all about choice. Dynamics GP 2013 enables flexible options around deployment, access, and use that facilitate new opportunities. From the innovative new Web client to partner-hosted, cloud or hybrid deployment options, how clients access and use the solution is now a matter of their preference and their convenience.
What’s more, one of the changes we find of the utmost importance that comes with the release is the new Perpetual Licensing model. The Perpetual Licensing model helps small and midsize customers jumpstart their financial insights and distribution management, and then easily extend into all functional areas. The entire solution can be licensed via four simple components: The Starter Pack, the Extended Pack, the Full User and the Limited User.
With Dynamics GP 2013, your people can have the innovative, flexible tools they need to be proactive and productive – keeping you ahead of the competition. As a result, your business can move forward instead of standing still. To find out more details about this latest release from Microsoft, we invite you to contact us at
by BCG Systems