Awesome way to learn what’s new in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013.
Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP (official GP blog) has posted a list of all Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Feature videos.
I personally checked out some videos and it’s highly informative, but have not gone thru’ the entire collection though.
Go ahead and explore the videos. I am sure you will start planning to optimise some of your business processes after seeing these new features.
UPDATE: Now that I have reached the fag end of 1-Apr-2012, I thought I would just update this post saying that the following post was just an AF post. So just sit back and relax. Happy AF Day!
Awesome. That’s an interesting and also surprising fact about Dynamics GP 2013.
David’s post, reveals that Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 is going to use Ctree as primary Database platform.
Microsoft’s strategy is getting extremely clear with this fact. It’s going to be low cost, platform independent and more, if I have understood this correctly.
Below are some very important advantages, as explained by David:
- Low overheads
- Fast performance
- Automatic creation of tables when they are not present
- Less code required since necessity of zDP_ stored procedures are not going to be
I want you all to read his post fully to understand the significance of this.
With more and more excitement being felt on GP 2013 Web Client, David gives us some more insight on this and more.
The post, Microsoft Convergence 2012 – GPPC Games and Web Client, explains the good things and also the limitations of Web Client in its first version.
This post, therefore, is very important for developers and consultants to gear up for this awesome client and understand what they must do to get the existing GP environments to work on the new release post upgrade.
Thanks David for the all important post. It was really crucial for us to understand.
This one’s going to be very interesting and widely used features in Microsoft Dynamics GP.
Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP has got a post that explains couple of new Online Services that are going to be available from November 1, 2010.
Those features are:
1. Payment Services: Enables customers to accept electronic payments directly thru’ ERP.
2. Commerce Services: Build and publish new sales catalogs on demand and extend the sales reach across multiple online channels.
This is going to be available for Microsoft Dynamics GP 10.0 SP5 and Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010.
More details here: COMING SOON – Online Services for Microsoft Dynamics GP.
This will be an excellent feature once we understand how it works and how effectively we can use it.