What’s driving the switch from Microsoft Dynamics Great Plains to QuickBooks – openPR

Brandon, MB––September 18, 2021: Microsoft Dynamics Great Plains ( https://quickbooksrepairpro.com/DynamicsGP-to-Quickbooks.aspx ) is considered to be a robust piece of software that some small businesses do not find to be ready for.

The first version of Dynamics GP was released in 1993 by Great Plains, an independent company based in Fargo, ND and was one of the first multi-user accounting programs available in the United States. In 2001, Microsoft purchased Great Plains and Dynamics GP. Presently, the Microsoft Dynamics suite has three other ERP solutions -AX, NAV and SL- and two customer relationship management solutions -CRM and RMS, targeting a different enterprise size and market.

Depending upon where the business is in its lifecycle, some users find it to be quite overwhelming, mainly because of the different tools that it offers. When it comes to reporting capabilities, some find it hard to locate the exact report because of the number of choices that are available. Users have also complained about the interface that they find not as intuitive. Users find that the interface isn’t as intuitive as it should be, making training almost inevitable. Apart from the interface being difficult to navigate and customize, users have also reported frequent error messages and freezing.

As for pricing, Dynamics GP is purchased up-front along with a yearly maintenance fee. The upfront costs does not include major upgrades. Dynamics GP users are “concurrent” which limits how many users can be logged into the system at a given time, and not how many are licensed in total. Users have the choice to host on their own servers or deploy cloud hosting, which is through a third-party infrastructure as a service IaaS.

For businesses considering a switch, QuickBooks Repair Pro offers an industry-standard Dynamics GP Accounting to QuickBooks ( https://quickbooksrepairpro.com/DynamicsGP-to-Quickbooks.aspx ) Premier, Pro, Accountant, Enterprise, or QuickBooks Online transition. The conversion guarantees that the Trial Balance, Profit and Loss, and Balance sheets in QuickBooks will match accurately with Dynamics GP’s accounting data, as well as financial reports including Aging A/R and Aging A/P.

For more information on this service, visit https://quickbooksrepairpro.com/DynamicsGP-to-Quickbooks.aspx

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