During the first quarter of 2016, Microsoft spent a lot of time hyping its latest release in the Dynamics GP line: Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016. With a new web client, over 35 new features, and the end of Microsoft Silverlight, there’s a lot to discuss about the new release and how it can affect your company and ease the achievement of business goals.
To address this, we shared a brief overview of nearly 30 of the new features in a three-part series this April (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, introducing readers into the highlights and talking points and the importance of each for organizations looking for a smarter ERP platform heading into 2017.
While these posts were helpful, informative, and easily read, many of our readers were interested in learning more—deep dives into the functionality and best practices for using the new software.
At Wipfli|Brittenford, we heard these requests and we listened.
This is why we would like to invite you to an upcoming webcast focused on helping those looking at a new ERP to see hands on demonstrations of some of the most important new features, ask questions, and learn about why Dynamics GP 2016 is so important to achieve your goals in 2016, 2017, and beyond. For current users, this webcast could introduce you to tips and tricks to improve the utility of your investment, learning how to maximize the value of your investment that comes from upgrading.
Join Wipfli/Brittenford Senior Consultant Diana Wilson on September 27, 2016 at 2 PM EDT for New Dynamics GP 2016 Features and Best Practices, a short, one-hour webcast in which she highlights a plethora of new features that have come from the latest update including:
- Dynamics GP Web Client and benefits that come with using HTML5
- Enhancements to GP 2016’s Business Intelligence Platform
- Improvements to Workflows
- Expanded SmartList capabilities
…And much more, as Ms. Wilson shares with webcast attendees her knowledge gained through nearly two decades of GP implementation and support for businesses of all sizes and industries.
Join Ms. Wilson, as well as dozens of other attendees interested in learning more on September 27, at 2 PM EDT by registering now for this free, deeply informative webcast.