Microsoft confirms an end to new feature development in Dynamics GP but pledges continued support

October 11 2022

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Dynamics GP will cease to get feature enhancements following the October 2022 release, Microsoft confirmed today. The ERP software will remain on Microsoft's Modern lifecycle through 2028 "and beyond".
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jefflfrye's picture

Microsoft probably should have brought representatives from SAP, Infor, and Oracle out to do demos of their product offerings since there is a slim chance in hell that customers burned by Microsoft will line up to follow them into another product line it will eventually end (when a new service model is invented to suck more money out of customers and screw over the partner network MS never wanted.)

carlm's picture

Well, Dynamic Communities had Sage at the other end of the conference hall.