Take the time to evaluate Dynamics GP 2013's HR module, experts advise

When a human resources department needs new HR management software, should they first look for a module in their company's ERP solution? While there are certain natural advantages to have a unified system for HR, payroll, and other financial management, there is also no guarantee that your ERP provider can meet your HR needs.  But it is probably a good place to start looking.  

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 HR capabilities are offered as a separate SKU as part of the reasonably new "napkin pricing" approach. The HR module has the potential to build out a robust set of processes and practices for SMBs, as demonstrated by two HR experts at GPUG Summit last week. 


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