At the GP Partner Connections Pre-Game event on the eve of Microsoft Dynamics Convergence 2013, product manager Jay Manley confirmed that the first service pack for
So if you weren't looking to upgrade to Dynamics GP 2013 last December, due to it being the year end, and then you figured you'd just wait for the spring release of the first service pack, now is the time to start looking into
Manley also said that "GP 2013 is one of the most technical releases we've done," meaning that it will take some real expertise for vendors to deploy the solution, but for users, GP 2013 is easier to use than ever before.
The main feature you get with an upgrade to GP 2013 is a new web client, enabling employees to connect to GP and contribute no matter where they are, via PC or a mobile device. The web client is being phased in stages.
One of the most talked about GP 2013 enhancements among prospective users at Convergence 2013 was the new Fixed Asset Management module. Fixed Assets had not received updates in the 2 previous GP builds, but this time around it got some of the love and attention it deserves with a series of improvements.
GP 2013 offers flexible deployment options: on-premise, cloud, or a hybrid of the two. Talk with a Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 partner to find out which option makes the most sense for you. Feel free to reach out to us here:
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