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Best of 2011: Top Microsoft Dynamics GP Stories (Editor's Edition)

by Jason Gumpert

2011 was  a year without a major Microsoft Dynamics GP release, but the big Dynamics trends of the year clearly touched the GP community, and, as contributor Mark Polino has already demonstrated in his "Top 11" list, there was no shortage of important and interesting stories in the GP ecosystem this year.

When we look back at the content our Dynamics GP readers took the most interest in, we find that it was by far the broadest range of topics for a single Dynamics products, as you'll see below.  As you'll also see, much of the top content comes from the amazing GP contributors with whom we are lucky enough to collaborate.   We look forward to continuing to cover the intriguing Dynamics GP developments of 2012 right along with you.

So without further chit-chat, here are the stories that made our 2011 list:

Microsoft Releases Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 R2 Early

In  April, Microsoft announcement that GP 2010 R2 would arrive ahead of schedule, and less than a year after the initial 2010 release.  The new release included improvements in personal dashboards, business intelligence enhancements, Business Analyzer for light users, and more than 50 other features.

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Microsoft Dynamics GP ‘12': Substantial Changes Planned Beyond Web Client

The Fall of 2011 brought quite a few more public details about Dynamics GP 12 including ...

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About Jason Gumpert

As the editor of, 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

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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