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Jack Boyer, Boyer & Associates

Microsoft Dynamics SL 2015 – See What’s Coming

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Whether you’re a current user of Dynamics SL or looking for a new ERP solution to meet your project accounting needs, the release of Microsoft Dynamics SL 2015 is just around the corner and it’s sure to be a game changer for many project-based organizations. The built-in functionality and flexibility make it a great fit for many, especially for companies that use project tracking across multiple business settings. The project enhancements in this release have widespread impact, affecting the way you work with customers and providing greater project management efficiencies for staff.

Here are some enhancements to Dynamics SL that you won’t want to miss:


Microsoft Dynamics SL continues to expand on the breadth and depth of its project solution. Enhancements for Microsoft Dynamics SL 2015 focus on the Multi-Currency and Multi-Company areas as well as remote access through Web Apps. 


With the latest release, Microsoft Dynamics SL continues to use valuable customer feedback to enhance tried and true features to help make processing easier.


It's more about where and when to report and how to share that information. Microsoft Dynamics SL continues to enhance the reporting experience including the creation of refreshable Excel and pivot tables as well as making reports available via the web.

Web Apps

Microsoft Dynamics SL web apps introduced with Dynamics SL 2011, provide a new way to access and enter data into Microsoft Dynamics SL. The roadmap continues with new features being added in Microsoft Dynamics SL 2015 web apps.

Interested in learning more? Here are some great Dynamics SL 2015 resources to check out:

Feel free to contact the Dynamics SL experts at Boyer & Associates for all the details.

By Jack Boyer, Boyer & Associates, Minneapolis, Microsoft Dynamics ERP implementation and support

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