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Microsoft Dynamics GP Review

Product Snapshot

Product Pricing
  • $112 per month, per user
Technology

Product is available as an both an on-premise and as a SaaS solution.

Customer Focus

Vendor works with small to mid-sized companies in the distribution, manufacturing, public sector, services and retail industries.

Select Customers

Mays Mission for the Handicapped, RediMart, Co-operative Life Planning, Primo Water Corp., EMIT Technologies

 

About Microsoft Dynamics GP

Microsoft Dynamics GP Microsoft Dynamics GP is ERP software that delivers comprehensive out-of-the-box business management functionality, from operations management and financial management to human resource management and manufacturing. The software connects the many moving parts of any organization, giving users better visibility into and control over what’s going on within a business’ operations.

The platform enables customers to make smart decisions that have a direct impact on the bottom line and focuses on increasing margins and improving cash flow. The software works with existing technology, provides users with tools to manage inventory, cash, assets, budgets and banking, and provides built-in analytics and account-level security.

About the Company

Microsoft was founded in 1975 and is headquartered in Redmond, Washington.

 

Microsoft Dynamics GP Key Features

  • Account level security
  • Analytical accounting
  • Bank reconciliation
  • Cash flow management
  • Casbook bank management
  • Collections management
  • Concur expense integrator
  • Customer and vendor consolidations
  • Electronic bank and reconciliation management
  • Field level security

 

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  • Clark A. Patterson

    Review is obviously dated and most of the cons are not real. I have supported over 500 implementations in 6 Continents. GP2015 has workflows (not reliant on SharePoint), a real web based client, plenty of hosted/saas options, AD based authentication, and some others that I don’t get at all. Probably has to with Microsoft’s own attitude while they prop up AX.