Microsoft's much awaited Dynamics GP 2010 enterprise software, which will be targeted at mid-sized companies, will launched on the 1st of May, the company has announced.
The software, which was first unveiled by the company on April 20th, will come bundled with business intelligence reporting tools that will not only ensure cost-effective performance, but also provide interoperability with other Microsoft enterprise products.
According to a statement released by the software giant, the Dynamics GP 2010, which will be compatible with Microsoft Office Unified Communications software, comes with over 400 Microsoft SQL Reporting Services, integration with Microsoft SharePoint, user specific Role Centres and support from Microsoft Excel, for editing documents.
Crispin Read, general manager of Microsoft Dynamics ERP, expressing his views on the matter, had said during the unveiling of the software that “By combining the power of business applications and productivity applications, we're able to support how people really work in their everyday jobs.”
The company announced that the Dynamics GP 2010, which comes with 350 in-built web services, will be available in Australia, Canada, the Caribbean, the Middle East, New Zealand, South Africa, the United Kingdom and the United States on May 1.
The French Canadian and Latin American versions of the software will be available in the later part of the year.