New Users of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Appreciate Ease of Upgrade and New Report-Generation Capabilities

What do users most like about Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010?

It depends on whom you speak with, but key advantages that stand out are ease of upgrading, improved searching capabilities, and integration with other Microsoft Office programs like Excel. That's the word from two participants in the Microsoft Dynamics TAP (technology adoption program) for early adopters.

Microsoft announced the official introduction of Dynamics GP 2010 last week, and the new application is expected to be a major topic of discussion at Convergence 2010, starting officially tomorrow (Sunday). 


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Upgrade with integrations

Our gp system is highly integrated with other systems using econnect and biztalk .

There are approximately 10 integrations utilizing about 45 biztalk orchestrations.

Has anyone performed an upgrade on an integrated package and how long did it take?