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Anya Ciecierski, CAL Business Solutions

Microsoft Dynamics GP Functionality Roadmap Through 2015


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    The current version of Microsoft Dynamics GP is version 2013. Many people are asking, when will we see the next release?

    According to Pam Misialek, Product Manager for Microsoft Dynamics GP, momentum is building for the next release which will be Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015.

    Pam says in her blog, “The MSDYNGP development team has now adopted a 6 monthly release cycle – designed to enhance our new business proposition and bring incremental value to BREP (Business Ready Enhancement Plan) customers on a much more regular basis.  This commitment was demonstrated in 2013 with important releases in May and September delivering on our commitment to cloud, Azure and Office 365.  The team will deliver again in CY2014 – delivering new identity management and workflow capabilities – together with our first companion apps.  In Q4 we’ll see another major release – more functionality, more workflow, more apps and a Service Based Architecture that will be the foundation for the further development of Dynamics GP over the next five years.”

    Here is a nice graphic of the Microsoft Dynamics GP Roadmap:

    Microsoft Dynamics GP Roadmap

    So look for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 toward the end of calendar year 2014. No doubt we will get updated information at the upcoming Microsoft Convergence 2014 event. So stay tuned.

    If you are purchasing a new Dynamics GP system you might ask, “Should I buy Dynamics GP now or wait until the next release?”  We cover the answer to this question, and many more, in the white paper: “30 Questions Every CFO Should Ask About the Cost of Accounting Software”. Download now at www.calszone.com/30questions.

    By CAL Business Solutions, Connecticut Microsoft Dynamics GP Partner, www.calszone.com

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