Microsoft Dynamics GP: Bringing Sexy Back
With the release of Dynamics GP 2016, the Microsoft team has done a great job of taking a smart product and making it sexy, too. The addition of OData for data access, along with hooks into Power BI, give Dynamics GP one of the most powerful and easy to use business intelligence combinations of any ERP system, period. The HTML5 web client is a fantastic blend of the familiar and the modern, extending GP to more devices, locations, and users than ever before.
GP's flexible deployment options can deliver on almost any business scenario. If a company wants the security of GP on premise, but needs the flexibility of remote access for multiple locations, GP 2016 and the HTML 5 client handle that perfectly. If a firm wants a complete cloud environment, partner services like PowerGP Online by NjevityToGo provide a fully hosted option for GP 2016 that adds the reliability and security of a Microsoft Azure backend and, in some cases, teams that know GP inside and out. In short, GP is flexible enough to handle just about any scenario.
All of these options include GP's deep functionality with years of development behind some pretty complicated requirements. Then there is an add-on solutions community so deep and rich that every competitor has tried to copy it. If this isn't enough, we haven't even touched on customization options to further personalize GP.
Still, we live in a world with increasing competition in the middle market for ERP. Large players are trying be nimbler. Smaller players are working to beef up their offerings. Everyone is spreading fear, uncertainty, and doubt (FUD) into the ...
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