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Microsoft Releases Microsoft Dynamics GP 9.0

Originally published November 16, 2005

Microsoft Corp. recently announced the availability of Microsoft Dynamics GP 9.0, an integrated, adaptable business management solution that increases the impact people can have on their organizations by providing them with a role-based user experience that fits with their existing systems.

Microsoft Dynamics GP is the first solution released as part of Wave One of Microsoft's next-generation, industry-leading solution formerly known as "Project Green" and now renamed Microsoft Dynamics. This release delivers 21 role-based desktops, a Microsoft Office-like user interface, new Business Analysis Cubes for Microsoft Excel, expanded reach and functionality around the Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services portal, deeper integration with the upcoming release of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, web services access points to core objects, and a Visual Studio 2005 development experience for extending Microsoft Dynamics GP.

With this new approach to role-based desktops, companies running Microsoft Dynamics GP will deploy pre-configured software targeting the core processes and reports that are relevant for specific jobs in a company. These 21 role-based desktops are integrated with Office and the Web, making it easier for individuals in a company to be more productive without extensive software training. In addition, more than 170 enhancements will be delivered across the modules within the Microsoft Dynamics GP product line, encompassing financial management, distribution, manufacturing, field service, human resources management and payroll.

"The innovation in Microsoft Dynamics GP 9.0 really delivers on research we've done with our customers about what drives competitive advantage in their organizations," said Lynne Stockstad, General Manager of Microsoft Dynamics GP at Microsoft. "They want innovative products and services that help individuals within their organizations be more empowered, connected and insightful with tools that adapt to their unique business processes. Microsoft Dynamics GP offers users a total solution implementation that helps deliver a low total cost of ownership and fast return on investment, and gives our channel partners new opportunities to extend the solution to meet customers' specific industry needs."

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