Versions Of Microsoft Dynamics GP

The latest version of Dynamics GP 2013 (Version 12) was released by Microsoft on Dec. 19, 2012.; For the first time the software has evolved from a pure client - server application to a web-enabled application. The full client will continue to provide a 'rich' content, since it's the only way to cover all the modules and third-party products properly in the application. The web-enabled client for now only covers the basic modules (Financial & Distribution in Phase 1, HR & Payroll added in Phase 2, Project Accounting in Phase 3, Customer support (Sales) in Phase 4 and finally Manufacturing in Phase 5). The various modules are going to be added over the course of the development between the initial release date and the next version of Dynamics GP (which is supposed to be somewhere in 2014). So it is expected the phases will be 3 to 4 months apart each.

Dynamics GP 2010 R2 was released in April 2011. Dynamics GP 2010 was released in April 2010; Microsoft Dynamics GP 10.0 was released in June 2007.

Prior versions were named Microsoft Great Plains and Microsoft Dynamics. Previous versions were compatible with Microsoft SQL Server, Pervasive PSQL, Btrieve, and earlier versions also used C-tree, although after the buyout all new versions switched entirely to Microsoft SQL Server databases.
Microsoft Dynamics GP

Previous versions of Microsoft Dynamics GP were available in two editions:

Standard: Up to 10 simultaneous users, and 500 payroll employees for each defined company.

Professional: Unlimited users, additional user-level security options, consolidation tools, automatic purchase order generation, and more reporting/analysis options. In addition, Professional Edition includes additional manufacturing and field service modules.


Management Reporter for Microsoft Dynamics ERP:

a corporate performance management solution for the Microsoft Dynamics ERP systems allows easy creation and consolidation of financial statements using a "building block" approach with Rows, Columns, Trees and Report Definitions and the familiar user interface used by Microsoft Office applications.

Microsoft Forecaster:

extracts real-time data from General Ledger to create and manage accurate budgets and plans which can be shared across the management team via a Web-based interface. Easy to learn: has the look and feel of a spreadsheet.

Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services(SSRS):

offers customizable reports for Financial, Sales, Purchasing and Manufacturing. Reports are run from Internet Explorer and can be rich with charts and graphs for sharing across the organization or with designated suppliers or contractors. SSRS is often used to produce dashboard type charts for executive management.

Smart List Builder

easy to use, yet powerful query tool to output data (no matter where records reside) based on virtually any specified criteria into a user-friendly format for screen view, for print or for saving in Excel or Word (auto-formatted). Combine and link data from up to 32 separate tables, including third-party dictionaries. Many common data-analysis functions are available in pre-configured SmartList objects that can be downloaded from Microsoft.
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