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I hate it when companies are over-sold by a salesperson. In my experience, one of the most guaranteed ways to buy more than you need is to pay for an expensive discovery report before you buy Dynamics GP. I just met with a distribution company using Microsoft Dynamics GP. They had paid $12,000 to a large Dynamics GP partner for a “business analysis”. I saw a copy of the report. I was not impressed. Now, almost 2 years later this company is way over budget and they are still not where they should be at this point.
Every company that uses Microsoft Dynamics GP needs to understand the importance of backing up their own data, and the right way to do it. Here are my insider tips, based on working with hundreds of Dynamics GP systems.
Your data is not just important, it’s vital to the life of your business. In light of this, there are several reasons why we recommend doing a test upgrade for your Dynamics GP system.
Why do they have to change everything? That is always my first question when I do a software upgrade. I remember spending an hour looking for the Print button when Office 2010. And the frustration I felt after realizing that the “Advanced Find” button in Dynamics CRM was now that tiny wheel icon in the corner.
We want to make the Dynamics GP Cloud experience as SIMPLE for you as possible. We have come up with 43 questions designed to cover everything you need to know so you can make an informed decision and compare “apples to apples” of various cloud software vendors and between different Dynamics GP data center offers.
Once you make an investment in a product you want to know the roadmap, the direction where it is headed. Microsoft Dynamics makes that information very clear. Check out the published “Microsoft Dynamics GP Roadmap” graphic and download the latest “Microsoft Dynamics GP Product Strategy Statement of Direction PDF”
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Even if you are still evaluating Dynamics GP for a future purchase it is a good idea to budget the cost of upgrades and know what type of information you need to track.
Microsoft Dynamics GP was released December 2, 2014. Any new [...]
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 is scheduled to be released in December 2014. We typically recommend that our clients wait several months to install the newest version, but you can start planning for the system requirements now.
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