Microsoft Dynamics Greatplains 2010 R2 Feature list

This conference, has been on March 1–3, 2011 at the Microsoft Fargo Campus, which provide insight, skills and knowledge that will help move the business forward..and its for Microsoft Partners only

Highlights include:

  • Interactive concurrent sessions – learn more about the solution from the Microsoft Dynamics GP team
  • Roundtable discussions – visit with a small group on a variety of topics
  • ISV Expo and reception – learn about the latest add-on solutions

Agenda as follows

Lot of thing happen in this conference. More info, Read David Musgrave Blog and Mariano Gomez Blog

The Road Map itself will give you how the GP future looks like…can’t wait to get hands on…

One of the good article about the The Evolution of the Microsoft Dynamics GP Roadmap from Mariano Gomez, Click here to read it

Again the coolest part is Microsoft Dynamics GP “12”  will have a light deployment client as well as the current rich client, a web based client which will be capable of reproducing any Dexterity based window in an browser….cool naa..can’t wait to get hold of it..

I’m still wondering, when are they going to integrate the Active Directory integration of GP !!!

Here are some of the feature list of GP 2010 R2 highlighted in this conference

Waiting for the release!!!

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