Microsoft had some good news for users of its Dynamics GP software — it’ll finally be seeing an update in just a couple of weeks.
Since its debut, Dynamics GP has morphed from an accounting platform into a full-fledged enterprise resource planning offering. Now, Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 promises a number of enhancements like new reporting features as well as tighter integration with Microsoft’s Dynamics CRM and Office Unified Communications. Business intelligence enhancements and SQL Server tie-ins also star in the new release. Datamation takes a look at what’s changed.
Microsoft today announced the May 1 availability of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010, the first update in three years to its enterprise resource planning (ERP) software for midsized businesses. Dynamics GP is the descendant of the old Great Plains accounting software Microsoft acquired a decade ago, and has since been enhanced as an ERP platform.
The software includes business intelligence (BI) reporting tools, interoperability with Microsoft Office and other Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) products, and a number of Web services and reporting services.