Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010, is an easy-to-use enterprise resource planning solution for midsize businesses that want advanced functionality, strong business intelligence reporting options and interoperability with other line-of-business apps. Solution features new Role Centers, out-of-the-box Web services and ability to complete tasks through other software people use every day. Dynamics GP 2010 delivers on Microsoft’s Dynamic Business vision by increasing agility of an organization to embrace new challenges, and will be featured at company’s annual customer conference, Convergence 2010, April 24–27. GP 2010 includes personalized Role Centers, more than 400 built-in SQL Server Reporting Services and Excel reports, and enhanced interoperability with SharePoint and new tools such as PowerPivot for Excel 2010. GP 2010 includes intuitive workflow processes making approval scenarios easier. For instance, customers can create professional-looking forms such as invoices from within Word and quickly send them through e-mail. New features also simplify business operations, daily tasks, setup and IT administration processes, making it easier for people to perform their job tasks efficiently & effectively. SharePoint tech extends access to business-critical information from GP 2010 to more people across an organization. GP 2010 provides more than 350 integrated Web services out of the box, deep interoperability with Office Unified Communications, and built-in integration with Dynamics CRM. GP 2010 will be available via Microsoft’s extensive partner network in Australia, Canada, the Caribbean, the Middle East, New Zealand, South Africa, UK, and US on May 1.