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Microsoft Floats Dynamics GP 2015 ERP for SMBs Looking to the Cloud

4/12/2014 by Sharon Shahzad


The newest release of Microsoft's ERP solution for SMBs features more seamless integration with the company's cloud services ecosystem.
Microsoft announced today that Dynamics GP 2015, the company's enterprise resource planning (ERP) software for small and midsized businesses (SMBs), is generally available.

Updates include an expanded set of workflows, according to Gordon Macdonald, head of global outbound marketing for Microsoft's Dynamics ERP SMB segment. The enhancements "help streamline financial, purchasing, sales, payroll, and project expense related approvals. These new native workflows enable customers to quickly customize their solutions and accelerate business approvals," he wrote in a Dec. 2 blog post

For shops that have standardized on Microsoft's software and cloud services ecosystem, Dynamics GP 2015 fits a little more seamlessly into their software environment and business processes, suggested Macdonald.

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