Microsoft has reinforced its argument for the value of ERP systems in the SME space with the latest issue of its Dynamics GP tool.
Released earlier this week, Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 R2 represents a notable upgrade on its predecessor for lots of reasons, with perhaps the most significant being its greater integration with Microsoft Azure.
Thanks to new automated scripts and utilities, users’ ability to employ this newest version on Microsoft’s hyperscale, enterprise-grade and hybrid public cloud becomes a breeze.
Additionally, 2015 R2 introduces some updates that were specifically requested by existing Microsoft Dynamics GP customers. These include:
Taken together, these new features nudge ERPs — typically associated only with very large organizations — even further into the realm of the mid-sized business. With this latest version of the popular Dynamics software (some 47,000 companies worldwide use it, says ERP Software Blog, a site for Microsoft Dynamics partners), the smaller guys get to enjoy the same control over their financials, management of their inventory and operations, and ability to make success-driven decisions that their larger counterparts do.