Read The Resource Group blog to learn about Microsoft Dynamics GP ERP software and Intacct cloud accounting software
Microsoft has announced that they will be releasing the next version after Microsoft Dynamics® GP 2018R2 on October 1, 2019. This new release will be dropping the version number after the product name, which follows the format of other Microsoft products on the market today. This release will be called Microsoft Dynamics GP.
Is your current legacy ERP system reducing your business's potential by scaring off talented younger workers? According to Inc. magazine, by 2020 millennials will make up 50% of the American workforce, and by 2025, millennials will comprise 75% of the global workforce. Economies and businesses are changing, and attracting and retaining new talent is key to sustainable growth for your business. So what’s all this have to do with your ERP solution?
Legacy on-premises ERP systems were originally designed 25-30 years ago, and they’re nearing their end of life. Microsoft Dynamics GP, for example, is 30 years old. Business strategies and needs have changed a lot in the past three decades, and what was once innovative is now often inadequate.
By Marty Schillaci, CEO of The Resource Group
As the CEO of The Resource Group, I’ve done a lot of research on the future of enterprise resource planning (ERP). Needless to say, I’ve learned some interesting things.