Mainstream support has ended for your GP version. Without a gameplan, this is a big risk.
|Version||Mainstream Support End Date|
|Dynamics GP 2013||April 10, 2018|
|Dynamics GP 2010||October 13, 2015|
|Prior to 2010||Past|
What This Means
Microsoft will no longer be offering enhancements, maintenance, or support. In baseball terms, your version of GP is on the Disabled List, and it’s not coming back.
Continuing to run an unsupported version of Dynamics GP without a strategic go-forward plan is a major business risk. That’s why we, as well as Microsoft, strongly recommend planning your upgrade or migration to a supported solution as soon as possible.
THERE’S STILL A CHANCE TO HIT A HOME RUN
One of your first steps should be to see what is on-deck. In this game, you can change the lineup at anytime. Here are some heavy hitters to consider.
Leverage your existing Microsoft investment to upgrade to the newest version of Dynamics GP with expanded capabilities.
Need more than GP has to offer? Consider a switch to Dynamics NAV to reduce the number of 3rd party apps your business runs.
Migrate your operations to Dynamics 365 and never worry about upgrading again. Get new features as they are released.
CHOOSE A WINNING TEAM
No matter your system status, Sikich can help walk you through the options so that you get the most out of your investment. Count on our superior technical expertise and strong industry background to handle as much, or as little, of the project as you need.
Let’s Talk Strategy
[gravityform id=”40″ title=”false” description=”false”]
Ready To Get Started?
Let’s talk strategy!