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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 R2 is now available! With great new capabilities such as executive dashboards in Office 365 and easy backup to the cloud with Microsoft Azure, this release reflects our deep commitment to offering SMB customers and partners a business solution from Microsoft that is quick to deploy, easy to use, and with the power to support their business ambitions.

Here’s an overview of what’s new in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 R2:

  • Increase productivity and collaboration with Office 365
    • Easily create and securely share executive dashboards in Office 365. Click the image below for a quick demo of how Microsoft Dynamics GP and Office 365 work together to connect people, processes, and systems all in one place.
    • Enhance collaboration with increased interoperability between Microsoft Dynamics GP and Microsoft Word, Outlook and Lync.
  • Protect your data with enterprise-class backup on Microsoft Azure
    • Mitigate risk with secure, easy-to-use database back up to the cloud on Microsoft Azure.
  • Streamlined workflow and requisitions capabilities
    • Quickly create and manage workflows & requisitions within Microsoft Dynamics GP.
    • Business Managers on the go can approve requests using email.
    • Simplify procurement by consolidating multiple requisitions into a single purchase order.

Additionally, we continue to release Microsoft Dynamics GP companion apps. These mobile applications are designed for users who need to participate in key business processes, but don’t need access to the full functionality of Microsoft Dynamics GP. Business Analyzer R6 is available now. We plan to release additional companion apps over the next few months.

Be sure to attend any of our upcoming webcasts for more information on the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 R2. You can also Test drive Microsoft Dynamics GP to see how it works and why it is different.

We’d love to hear your feedback and comments on this release!



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