Microsoft previews Dynamics GP 2013 SP3 'Big Rocks' at Airlift

In case you haven't looked up from your 1024x768 CRT monitor recently, the days of 24 to 36 month release cycles for enterprise software are coming to an end.  The market doesn't smile on on-premise software vendors that wait years to deliver new capabilities.  The Microsoft Dynamics GP team understands this and has embraced its own approach to agile planning that will allow the product to move to something closer to a six month cadence of new releases (both major versions like GP 14 and service packs). 

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Thanks for covering this!

Excellent Jason!