As a leading choice for accounting and enterprise resource planning (ERP) software for small to medium enterprises, Microsoft Dynamics GP has a lot going for it. Unlike many enterprise software products, it is relatively easy to implement. It is supported by a large number of value added resellers (VARs) and independent software vendors (ISVs) around the world. It offers powerful core accounting and management functionality that can be extended by add-ons from ISVs like Panatrack.
However, as many of the organizations that select and implement Dynamics GP want to avoid the cost and overhead of maintaining their own hardware infrastructure and move their instances of Dynamics GP to the cloud, many will learn that not every add-on will perform well in a cloud environment.
It will be more cost-effective to learn this this lesson early as opposed to learning from a failed implementation. How does running Dynamics GP in the cloud differ from running an on-premise solution? What does that mean for your ability to add new functionality through software products from Microsoft Dynamics ISVs like Panatrack? Let’s … download to read more.
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