Upcoming Book Focuses on Rapid Implementation Best Practices for Microsoft Dynamics GP

When it comes to the Microsoft Dynamics GP value proposition, Microsoft has made rapid implementations a strategic focus of the latest release, GP 2013, as well as a key element of the long term roadmap.

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So it may come as no surprise that an upcoming book announced by Dynamics GP veteran Gloria Braunchsweig, with the planned title Rapid Implementation: How to complete a low-cost and successful business management system implementation, has gained attention among Microsoft Dynamics managers and within the partner channel. 

According to Braunshweig, the book will be made up of a collection of rapid process tips and discussions of software tools available to assist small and mid-size businesses with rapid, on-budget and on-time deployment of business management software. Braunschweig wraps her lessons with real-life stories of successful and less than successful implementations.  The book also promises insider information easily applicable by do-it-yourselfers and consultants alike.

"Small and mid-sized companies need rapid, low-cost, successful implementations.  It's time to help them achieve all three goals.  Flexibility, accuracy, and rapid implementation are vital to the companies creating jobs and aiding the economic recovery." says Braunschweig, owner and president of Computeration.

If all goes according to plan, Braunschweig will have a first edition ready in March at Convergence 2013. In addition, a supplemental web site is under development.

Computeration is also rolling out a series of proprietary tools for the rapid implementation and deployment of Dynamics GP. Brauschweig offered an analysis of several of these standard and proprietary tools involved in a Dynamics GP project in a recent MSDynamicsWorld.com article.

About Jason Gumpert

As the editor of MSDynamicsWorld.com, Jason oversees all editorial content on the site and at our events, as well as providing site management and strategy. He can be reached at jgumpert@msdynamicsworld.com.

Prior to co-founding MSDynamicsWorld.com, Jason was a Principal Software Consultant at Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC), where he implemented solutions, trained customers, managed software development, and spent some time in the pre-sales engineering organization. Jason has also held consulting positions at CSC Consulting and Monitor Group.

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