Microsoft Formally Introduces Dynamics GP 2010—Emphasizes Info Accessibility, Ease of Upgrading

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010-code-named GP 11-will become available in the U.S. and internationally May 1, providing major advances in "enhancing insight," according to Errol Schoenfish, GP Director of Product Management.

GP 2010 solves three related information-accessibility challenges, he said. "One is disparate information in different systems users want to aggregate. A second is finding information easily. And the third is whether the information is up-to-date."

Dynamics GP 2010 solves these three problems, in part by providing 15 "out-of-box role centers," he said. "Your role center has information according to who you are...for example, over 100 KPIs that make sense for that person." For executives who may not be residing in the application, role center information is available on SharePoint, he noted.

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