Dynamics GP veteran David Musgrave leaves Microsoft, re-launches private consultancy

October 17 2014

After more than 13 years, David Musgrave is leaving his position as Microsoft's Dynamics GP Escalation Engineer in the Asia Pacific region - but not voluntarily.

Musgrave - along with about 18,000 other Microsoft employees - has been let go as part of CEO Satya Nadella's plan to streamline the company.

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svrcrown's picture

David leaving MS is definitely a loss to MS as rightly told by Vaidhyanathan Mohan. David, The GP globe would be definitely looking forward for your new venture in GP. -- Ram | Architect

MikeLupro's picture

Downsizing David Musgrave's team and then, David himself, is a terrible move by the lack-of-management team at Microsoft. Microsoft has already cut out hundreds of GP VAR's. Who's next? Errol, Pam, etc.? These events continue to decrease or evaporate our confidence in Microsoft's so-called "commitment" to Dynamics GP. Mike Lupro - MCP