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Microsoft Unveils Dynamics GP 2013 – A Landmark Release to the ERP Solution
Date:1/23/2013

SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CA (PRWEB) January 23, 2013

Tridea Partners, a leading Microsoft Gold Certified partner for Microsoft Dynamics GP (formerly known as Great Plains), with Microsoft Corporation, will be hosting a launch event on February 20, 2013 from 3-6pm at Stone Brewing Co.

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 is an easy-to-use enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution for midsize businesses that want advanced functionality, strong business intelligence reporting options and interoperability with other line-of-business applications. Along with new RapidStart Services, the landmarked release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 also introduces improved “hostability,” and an innovative new Web client that offers unprecedented choice in how the product is deployed, accessed, and used.

“Our clients are really excited to see the latest release of Dynamics GP as it is going to change the way ERP systems can be deployed and managed. Through a new web client and significant system management changes, we’ve never seen a more exciting release of the Dynamics GP system. There are also hundreds of major functionality enhancements including advanced business intelligence reporting with Dynamics GP 2013,” states Andy Collins, Partner at Tridea Partners.

About Tridea Partners
Tridea Partners is a leading service provider of Microsoft Dynamics, including Microsoft Dynamics GP (Great Plains), Microsoft Dynamics AX (Axapta) and Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Tridea helps companies implement Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) applications, Customer Relationship Management (CRM) solutions, accounting software and business applications through a proven and experienced approach. The company’s approach focuses on configuring and implementing these systems unique to the customers' end-to-end business processes. Tridea carries the designation of Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and has experience in working with organizations with complex
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