Includes more than 400 built-in Microsoft SQL Server reporting services enhanced interoperability with SharePoint
Microsoft has introduced a new enterprise resource planning (ERP) platform for midsize businesses Dynamics GP 2010, which includes personalised role centers, more than 400 built-in Microsoft SQL Server reporting services and Excel reports, and enhanced interoperability with SharePoint and new tools such as PowerPivot for Excel 2010.
According to Microsoft, the Dynamics GP 2010 includes workflow processes making approval scenarios easier and allows customers to create professional-looking forms such as invoices from within Microsoft Word and send them through e-mail.
Microsoft said that new features also simplify business operations, daily tasks, setup and IT administration processes, enabling users to perform their job tasks effectively.
In addition, the Dynamics GP 2010 provides more than 350 integrated web services, deep interoperability with Office Unified Communications, and built-in integration with Dynamics CRM. Customers also have the choice to deploy new offering on-premises or via on-demand and subscription-based hosting models.
Crispin Read, general manager of Microsoft Dynamics ERP, said: By combining the power of business applications and productivity applications, we’re able to support how people really work in their everyday jobs. Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 is an excellent choice for companies experiencing growing pains with their current accounting software and looking for a solution that can scale.
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 will be available on May 1, 2010 in Australia, Canada, the Caribbean, the Middle East, New Zealand, South Africa, the United Kingdom, and the US.