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More Planned Features of Microsoft Dynamics GP 12 Identified Around Four Design Pillars

by Jason Gumpert

Admonishing his readers not to "shoot the messenger," Mariano Gomez, Microsoft MVP, and EVP for middle market solutions at IntellPartners has shared some preliminary features of the upcoming release of Microsoft Dynamics GP, codenamed GP ‘12'.

While we've covered some of the known plans for GP 12 already, including its new web client and a list of many other feature areas, Gomez breaks down the planned features along the lines of Microsoft's stated "design pillars" of simplicity, productivity, innovation, and depth, including some "Microsoft approved" graphics and screenshots.Microsoft Dynamics GP 12 Pillars

Gomez shares his list of features with a caveat-some of the things on the list might not make the cut and therefore won't end up part of the next release.

In part one, Gomez highlights simplicity improvements.  You'll want to check out the full list, which includes:

  • The PM Reprint Check Remittance-this will let users reprint the check remittance without having to generate the check
  • Fixed Assets Calendar Setup-Now the Fixed Assets calendar doesn't have to ...

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Prior to co-founding, Jason was a Principal Software Consultant at Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC), where he implemented solutions, trained customers, managed software development, and spent some time in the pre-sales engineering organization. He has also held consulting positions at CSC Consulting and Monitor Group.

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