After Airlift, Microsoft Dynamics GP product managers talk apps, architecture, product planning

Last week's 2013 GP Technical Airlift at Microsoft's Fargo, North Dakota campus represented a turning point for several aspects of Dynamics GP as an ERP product offering, from the transformed development and release process to a new communications plan (two standard opportunities for new announcements from the team) to a new approach to companion apps, as well as an entirely new service based architecture that will change the way third party solutions  (including device-based and web-based apps) are designed to work with GP.


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Prior to co-founding, 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. He has also held consulting positions at CSC Consulting and Monitor Group.

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