Does Microsoft Dynamics GP Scale?
It's can be a pretty scary jump in terms of costs and time to move from something like QuickBooks to a robust, mid-tier solution like Microsoft Dynamics GP. Any implementation can be disruptive to a business, so companies want to know that they are going to be able to leverage their investment for a long time. They want to know, "does GP scale?"
I do a lot of work with enterprise size companies using Dynamics GP. These are companies with annual revenues in hundreds of millions to low billions. At that level, it's not unusual for companies to hire executives who have experience with tier 1 solutions like SAP or Oracle. The funny thing is that many of them have a similar question, "will GP scale?"
I'm happy to tell you that the answer is yes. I get questions about fairly complex topics like switching to standard cost for inventory, purchase price variances, and every kind of reporting imaginable. I get a lot of surprised looks when I tell people exactly how Dynamics GP handles their particular issue.
The upcoming release of Dynamics GP will only add to its scalability. The upcoming web client should allow Dynamics GP to better scale out. Improvements to areas like distribution and fixed assets will help GP scale up and cloud based pricing lets the power of GP scale down.