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I have been seeing quite a few postings from Netsuite regarding ” Webinar to Spotlight Why Microsoft Dynamics GP Customers Move to NetSuite Cloud ” They claim “Customers of Microsoft Dynamics GP confront the challenge of operating a pre-Internet solution built based on antiquated client-server architecture, meaning the software can’t capitalize on the economies of scale of the cloud. The “version lock” of on-premise software leaves customers waiting for infrequent product updates that require re-testing of all customizations and hardware upgrades, whereas NetSuite issues two major upgrades per year and configurations and customizations carry forward automatically with no need for hardware.” There are so many bold faced lies in there, that it makes my blood boil. Dynamics GP has been available on the cloud as long as the cloud has been around
General Ledger trial balances have been a popular request lately.
Microsoft has organized MVP Community Camp – which includes 12 sessions delivered in person at the Sydney office on Mar 22.
Kirill Tatarinov spoke about how Windows Azure and Microsoft Dynamics was the ERP system for the Sochi games. He called this the “Era of the customer” Investments in Devices, and the Microsoft Cloud are a key area of focus for Microsoft. Microsoft Dynamics GP Customer City Harvest was on the main stage reviewing how this not for profit business helps over 2 million New Yorkers. They discussed how they use CRM online, with GP on premise to build a world class system with their limited IT budget.