The Microsoft Dynamics GP Roadmap Gets an Update with GP ‘15’

Microsoft Dynamics GP professional and blogger Mariano Gomez shares a brief update on the newest GP roadmap, shared with users at the GPUG Summit 2011 last week. 

Microsoft Dynamics GP Roadmap


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Does this mean they are done with Corporate Performance Management and Contextual BI after the 2010 version?

Tom Franks
Visual Mining



Each roadmap builds upon the major initiatives of the previous. Contextual BI and CPM will continue to exist in future releases and will probably continue to evolve. Management Reporter and Business Analyzer were introduced fairly recently and I believe they still have long ways to go, but they can only get better. Also keep in mind that the technology stack evolves too (SQL Server, IIS, etc), so these products will need to follow that evolution path as well.

Mariano Gomez, MVP