Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 and Beyond: Managing the Future of an ERP Product in a Shifting Landscape

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With a December release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 confirmed,  five TAP customers already live, and at least five more expected to be live on the web client before the release, where does a Dynamics GP product manager go from here?  We put that question and a few others to Dynamics GP director of product management Errol Schoenfish at the GPUG Summit in Seattle to get his perspective on not only the release, but partner sentiment, release cycle plans beyond 2013, and his views on the evolution of ERP in the SMB space.

MSDW: What is the timeline for the phased release of Dynamics GP 2013 web client functionality, and how do you envision partners deploying it to customers in the early phases?

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