All about Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 and its new features

With more flexible deployment models and licensing, Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 positions itself as an evolutionary and cutting edge ERP solution. In the current age cloud-savvy technologies, Microsoft Dynamics GP has the best capacity of matching the requirement and budgets of any business size. Without any compromise to the quality of ERP functionality, GP has the ability to satisfy organizations from small to huge enterprises.

The other big news about Microsoft GP 2016 is, the availability for accessing GP 2016 from any device which supports HTML5. The HTML5 web client will render GP forms as HTML5 web page and hence it can be accessed from any device that supports HTML5. All the features in Dynamics GP will be completely available from android tablet, OSX and Linux and any browser such as Edge, Chrome and Firefox which supports HTML5.

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 will hit the market for public in May 2016 and with all its new features it will be the most easy to adopt ERP solution for any business. The following are the list of new features that will be available in Dynamics GP 2016:


  • HTML 5 browser support – access from any device
  • Control for managing HTML clients

Core Enhancements

  • Purchasing Requisitions – Project Integration
  • HTTPS Support for Management Reporter Viewer – Ability to deploy Management Reporter for https access. This allows users to access reports over secure https communication.
  • Multiple Page Scan
  • Default EFT File Formats For Scotia Bank
  • Change Workflow Approval Conditions
  • Enable Credit card Payment  Type for Check Run Processing
  • Increase Distribution Reference Field Size
  • Named User Licensing Support for Self Service User Type
  • Document Attach for Project Expenses

Business Intelligence

  • All-In-One Document  Viewer for Inventory
  • All-In-One Document Viewer for Sales
  • Export SmartList Numbers – numbers that are exported from Excel will be formatted as a number rather than text
  • Export/Import SmartLists – Saves time off reporting with the functionality to export and import SmartList definitions created with a SmartList Designer from one install to another.
  • Creating a SmartList from an Existing Favourite – Allows users to create a new SmartList from a favorite using Designer. It’s more convenient to not to remove all of the extra columns from the default SmartList.
  • PowerBI charts on GP Role Center
Tags: Dynamics GP 2016
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