The 12th December 2012 (12/12/12) has passed and the world has not ended. However, something almost as momentous has ended.... and something even greater is about to start.
After 78,000 hours of development time, Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 has released to manufacturing (RTM) and in just under a week the code will be released to General Availability on 19th December 2012.
This release is the biggest release since the change from Great Plains Accounting (GPA) to Great Plains Dynamics in February 1993. It not only adds over 125 new features, it adds the amazingly cool Web Client as an additional deployment option.
Below is the celebratory image from the RTM banner (see Pam's post):
Click on the image to see it full size.
For some other articles on the release see the links below:
Well done and congratulations to all involved.
PS: I have updated the Great Plains Historical Timeline to reflect the GP 2013 release.
Post by Frank Hamelly on the GP2themax blog
Posting from Vaidy Mohan at Dynamics GP - Learn and Discuss
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