eOne to Take Back Control of Extender with Release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013

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eOne Solutions and Microsoft have agreed that beginning with the release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 the Dynamics GP Extender module will no longer be available via Microsoft but will instead return to the control of eOne.

In 2006 eOne gave Microsoft the rights to market, sell and support Dynamics GP eXtender and Dynamics GP SmartList Builder via an OEM agreement, company officials said. As part of the agreement, eOne has continued to perform all development and quality assurance for both modules, officials said. The company also provided marketing and support escalation services to Microsoft.

But when the companies reviewed the OEM agreement this year's, they both decided that it would be best to withdraw Dynamics GP eXtender from the agreement, according to officials.

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