CFOs: Prepare for the New Opportunities of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 and Office 2013, Expert Advises

As CFOs at Dynamics GP customers are looking strategically - from a budget standpoint - toward next year, it's important for them to understand what kinds of features are coming in Dynamics GP 2013 as well as in Microsoft Excel 2013, due out around the same time, according to Mark Polino, a CPA and Microsoft MVP for Dynamics GP. Polino shared some of the new features he was most excited about with members of the Dynamics GP User Group's CFO Special Interest Group.

"There are a lot of business intelligence and reporting type things in Excel 2013 that could really help CFOs get the information they need out of Dynamics GP," he said.

When GP 2013 comes out, it will be offered on-premise as well as in the cloud, he said.


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