Augusta State University Turns to Microsoft Dynamics GP in the Cloud as Teaching Tool
Augusta State University will begin using Microsoft Dynamics GP as a teaching tool via myGPcloud from RoseASP, and the Microsoft Dynamics Academic Alliance (DynAA) to "expose, educate, and prepare" students by using a cloud technology platform to improve their learning experiences.
The DynAA connects Microsoft customers, partners and academic institutions around the world. According to lists available on the Microsoft web site, there are nearly 1800 participating schools in the program around the globe. These schools use Microsoft Dynamics business management tools to help students learn about key business processes, concepts, and theories. The solutions also help students better understand ERP and CRM, integrated data structure, business intelligence, and data mining.
The program also connects students and recent graduates who have business and technology degrees, according to Microsoft.
"We see many universities adopting Microsoft Dynamics GP in the cloud to increase the effectiveness of classroom instruction and to empower students to complete lab assignments wherever and whenever they desire," said myGPcloud's Doug Pitcher, in a statement.