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Next release of Microsoft Dynamics GP due in October, includes feature updates and a new lifecycle policy

by Jason Gumpert
Editor, MSDynamicsWorld.com
September 16 2019

Microsoft has revealed that the next version of Dynamics GP at a recent event, and attendees report that it is due for release on October 1. The new version, referred to as "GP Next" will include nearly forty new features and system enhancements. The product will also adopt the Modern Lifecycle Policy , the same one used by Office 365, Azure, and Dynamics 365.

The news trickled out last week from Fargo where Microsoft hosted the GP Tech Conference on its campus.

Beyond the live presentation, Microsoft does not appear to have issued any other public statements about the release, noting only that there will be a "feature of the day" blog post series examining individual features in the list of more than 40 planned.

Jen Kuntz captured the best image of the full features list as part of her thorough event coverage:

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About Jason Gumpert

As the editor of MSDynamicsWorld.com, Jason oversees all editorial content on the site and at our events, as well as providing site management and strategy. He can be reached at jgumpert@msdynamicsworld.com.

Prior to co-founding MSDynamicsWorld.com, 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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Jeff
Submitted by jefflfrye on Mon, 09/16/2019 - 21:19 Permalink

I assume that support for Office will once again not include 64-bit Outlook? I ask because that little factoid is never ever footnoted let alone mentioned. That would solve a whole lot off issues, far more than the third straight release with mainly new stuff in workflow and HR.

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