Day: February 10, 2013

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013: Web Client Phase Two

Phase 2 of the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 web client is on track for a March/April release. The next phase of the web client will include Human Resources and Payroll as a functional series as the primary purpose of this release. 

The web client for Dynamics GP 2013 will be delivered in 5 phases as laid out by Microsoft at the end of 2012.  The upcoming phases include:

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CRM Polaris Release

On January 21, 2013, Microsoft announced the “broader availability” of the Dynamics CRM Online, updated in December 2012,named Polaris.  This update will bring more Microsoft Office, social networking, and multi-browser integration to CRM Online.  Some of the features include:

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Dynamics CRM Online: Your Vision – Your Solution

Gone are the days when an organization’s sales department needed to adapt its business rules and processes to what software solutions dictated. Gone, are the days where “freedom and flexibility” meant paying an exorbitant price for a customized solution. Welcome to tomorrow, and Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online.

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Top Features of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013

KTL Solutions, a full-service technology consulting organization that specializes in business applications, is now offering Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013.

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 is the newest version of Dynamics GP (formerly Great Plains), an enterprise resource planning solution that is simple to learn, easy to use and delivers comprehensive management functionality for small and midsize businesses.  Dynamics GP 2013 was released on December 19, 2012. It was the biggest release since February 1993, when the software changed over from Great Plains Accounting to Great Plains Dynamics.

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