Microsoft Dynamics GP MVP Shawn Dorward’s son, Taylor, was involved in a drowning accident a few weeks ago. Thanks to Taylor’s friends and the emergency teams, Taylor survived but has suffered significant brain damage; he is now on the long road to recovery and making great progress.
A Go Fund Me has been running to assist in paying for Taylor’s medical expenses.
To assist further, MVP David Musgrave has decided to give 10% of all new sales of Winthrop Development Consultants products (GP Power Tools and Batch Posting Service Toolkit) sold until the end of September to Shawn.
Kevin Rasmussen from Ethotech told David that he will match the same offer for their products. David also has a challenge for other Dynamics GP ISVs: see David’s blog for details.
Please, if you can contribute something to help Taylor, even $5, do so and, if you’re an ISV, take a look at David’s blog.
At the GP Tech Conference this week, a new road map for Microsoft Dynamics GP was released which runs through to 2020:
As announced, earlier this week, the next version of Microsoft Dynamics GP is 2018 R2 and is scheduled for release on the 1st October 2018.
As you can see, on the roadmap, Intelligent Edge will be playing more of a role in future releases, but there will also be features requested by customers and the wider community. It is this latter section which is a large part of the new features in the upcoming release.