Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 Systems Requirements document contains the minimum client hardware requirements, server recommendations and Terminal Server minimum hardware requirements supported by the Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Support Team.
Every year-end Microsoft comes out with a “Year-End Update” and a “Tax Update” to keep payroll compliant and accurate. This gives you updated tax rates, FICA limits, and makes any changes to W2/W3 forms needed to get through year end.
The same updates are available this year, but there’s a new wrinkle: new reports and fields for tracking the Affordable Care Act will be needed for calendar year 2015. You’ll have to file these reports at end of year in 2015 but you’ll be tracking information throughout the year. Certain versions of Microsoft Dynamics GP will get the year-end update and others will get the
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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 continues their evolution to the cloud with optimization for the Azure platform, an open service based architecture, seamless Office 365 integration, efficient multi-tenant provisioning, broadened employee usage with self-service features, and simple to configure business process workflows. Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 is also the accumulation of 120 features delivered since Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 with features being released to customers on a six month cadence.
The release of Dynamics GP 2015 also updates the features that were new in GP 2013 R2 release, including identity management, workflow, and Business Analyzer. It also adds requisition management and employee self-service app for time management that are driven by workflow.