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Microsoft Dynamics GP into Dynamics 365

Posted on by Microsoft Employee

Hi All,

As we know Microsoft launched dynamics 365 to integrate CRM and ERP into cloud,same as AX 7 now called as dynamics 365 for operations,what is the version of the Microsoft Dynamics GP that has accommodated in Dynamics 365.

dynamics 365 for financials is the replication of NAV or GP?

Regards

Mahathi

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  • Beat Bucher  GP Geek  GPUG All Star Profile Picture
    Beat Bucher GP Gee... 28,009 Super User on at
    RE: Microsoft Dynamics GP into Dynamics 365

    Hi Sean,

    Almost certainly not.. Dynamics GP is an on-premise based ERP system with purchased (one-time) user licenses and an annual renewal maintance fee..  Dynamics 365 is an online subcription base model with monthly fees for the user access...

    I doubt that there is any transition plan from Microsoft to move the licenses from on-premise to cloud..

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    Community Member Microsoft Employee on at
    RE: Microsoft Dynamics GP into Dynamics 365

    Hi, how would the existing Dynamics GP licenses transfer to 365?

  • Richard Wheeler Profile Picture
    Richard Wheeler 75,730 on at
    RE: Microsoft Dynamics GP into Dynamics 365

    Dynamics 365 is based on NAV and it offered a SaaS solution. There are limited import capabilities. It is currently evolving and has a long way to go but it is Microsoft's vision of the future.

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    Lou@ACE Profile Picture
    Lou@ACE 445 on at
    RE: Microsoft Dynamics GP into Dynamics 365

    Dynamics GP is not a SaaS/cloud application.  It is available on premises and as a hosted application, accessed via remote desktop.  In addition, there is a web client so both hosted and on premises Dynamics GP can be used in a web browser.

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    Community Member Microsoft Employee on at
    RE: Microsoft Dynamics GP into Dynamics 365

    Thank you Time for your time and suggestions,will get back to you if need any other analysis.

    Regards,

    Mahathi

  • Almas Mahfooz Profile Picture
    Almas Mahfooz 10,967 User Group Leader on at
    RE: Microsoft Dynamics GP into Dynamics 365

    nice question.

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    Tim Wappat Profile Picture
    Tim Wappat 5,701 on at
    RE: Microsoft Dynamics GP into Dynamics 365

    You can use on-premise with a web browser if you install the web client options.

    This is different to where a 3rd party manages your servers for you and provides an end point to connect to with a browser.

    You would need to think carefully about how you would expose the webserver to the internet, you might like to consider additional networking solutions to secure the application.

    I would suggest at that it would be worth working with a partner who has done this before as this is a relatively advanced install. Such a GP partner could also help you with a demo of GP.

    Tim

  • Community Member Profile Picture
    Community Member Microsoft Employee on at
    RE: Microsoft Dynamics GP into Dynamics 365

    Hi Tim,

    Thank you for you time.so as per you answer GP 2016 on-premise version with installed web browser allows users to use on-premise as online version?

    and i also want to know whether any trail version available for GP 2016.

    Regards,

    Mahathi

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    Tim Wappat Profile Picture
    Tim Wappat 5,701 on at
    RE: Microsoft Dynamics GP into Dynamics 365

    GP2016 can be installed on-premise and used with standard thick clients as an installed application on the machine.

    GP2016 can be installed on-premise and companies can install the web browser option of GP that allows the on-premise to be used via a web-browser, that supports the majority of functionality of GP, it looks very similar in the UI to the full client version. Companies could host this in a data centre and allow access via VPN or other network techniques as a private cloud solution for multi-site/national purposes.

    GP is also offered as a service in a true cloud offering by several companies (Microsoft GP partners) who have worked to get the same GP web browser version of GP working in a multi-tenant setup. This allows these companies to offer GP as a service, where they will look after the GP installation and server for you and you access it via a web browser.

    I think http://powergponline.com/ is an example, but please do an internet search as there are others offering this too.

    So there is a lot of choice!

    Tim.

  • Community Member Profile Picture
    Community Member Microsoft Employee on at
    RE: Microsoft Dynamics GP into Dynamics 365

    Hi Jennifer,

    I have a question,may be it silly but want to know that.

    Has GP 2016 available in Both cloud and on-premise  versions.If it is available in both versions is there any difference in user interface?

    Regards,

    Mahathi

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