The Future of Microsoft Dynamics GP: 5 Cool Technologies You Should Watch For (and Learn) in the Coming Years

I returned a few weeks back from the Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference 2011 in Fargo, North Dakota, where I attended as a speaker and had the opportunity to gain some inside information - some I can share (as I've done on my blog), some I cannot - on the future of Microsoft Dynamics GP.

One thing is pretty clear to me about the product's future direction: paradigms will change, and with these changes you will be exposed to some new (and maybe not so new) technologies. With this said, here are five technologies likely to dominate the Microsoft Dynamics GP scene in the next five years:


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About Mariano Gomez

Mariano Gomez is a Microsoft MVP, PMP and EVP for Midmarket Solutions at Intelligent Partnerships, LLC. He is the original developer of the Microsoft Dynamics GP Spanish release for Latin America and has been consulting and implementing technology solutions for organizations across the United States, the Caribbean, and Latin America for the last 20 years. Mariano holds an MIS degree from the University of Phoenix.

About Intelligent Partnerships, LLC

With over 150 years of combined management and technology consulting experience, Intelligent Partnerships skillfully partners with organizations to solve complex problems, boost operating performance and maximize value for stakeholders. 

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Thanks for posting this information about what you learned in Fargo last year. We just hired a very experienced Dynamics GP developer that knows Dexterity very well. He prefers C## but is so good at Dex that it is sometimes difficult to get clients to agree to seeing a different user interface.

Your "5 Cool Things" post makes me even more confident that hiring this person was a great idea.

Warm Regards,
Jack Boyer