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New Microsoft Dynamics GP '12' LinkedIn Group for GP Professionals

Want to join other Microsoft Dynamics GP professionals to share knowledge and discuss opinions on the upcoming release of Dynamics GP '12'? Join the LinkedIn Group Microsoft Dynamics GP '12'

With some of the preliminary features of the upcoming release having gone public, GP community members are starting buzz-worthy conversations around what the release of Microsoft Dynamics GP, codenamed GP ‘12', means for their businesses. In addition to the new web client, Microsoft is planning a laundry list of other features to support its stated "design pillars" of simplicity, productivity, innovation, and depth. So what’s the impact GP 12 will have on you and the GP-based organization? What are you looking forward to and hoping to see in the latest release? Do you have questions or concerns around some of the unveiled features?

Join the Microsoft Dynamics GP '12' conversation on LinkedIn and use/follow the Twitter hashtag #MSDYNGP12 to stay up to date on the latest discussions.

This is a professional group for people working with or evaluating Microsoft Dynamics GP. This group is not intended for job postings. Any members using the group inappropriately, including spamming group members or discussions, will be removed from the group. Please remember: If you signed any Microsoft non-disclosure agreements any postings within this group must adhere with those agreements.

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