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The Wait is Over ! Grab your latest copy of the GPPT build 27 and upgrade your GP instance ASAP.
Winthrop Development Consultants is pleased to announce Build 27 of GP Power Tools (GPPT) for Microsoft Dynamics GP was released on 24-May-2019.
This build incorporates new features and enhancements to all modules of GP Power Tools, as well as general code improvements and fixes to existing functionality. It includes a number of features that were on the wish list, but did not get into the previous build.
To give you an idea of how much has been added, the user guide manual has grown from 385 pages in build 26 to 424 pages in build 27!
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I’ve been working with David on this new build as a BETA tester for a few months now and let me tell you that this is going to be very exciting stuff that is coming in this new build. Can’t wait to deploy & upgrade everywhere.
You might have seen some postings on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn mentioning that I have been working hard on the next release of GP Power Tools. Well, all the major features planned for Build 27 have been completed.
All that is left to do is beta testing, documentation and a couple of minor features and then it can be released to the Microsoft Dynamics GP community in time for the upcoming conference season for 2019.
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