A few years ago, we did a new implementation for a company whose prior software system utilized Microsoft SQL Server as the database They had years and years of history that they wanted access to, but converting that data was going to require a lot of time and money. So we gave them the option of just moving their existing SQL databases into the Dynamics GP SQL install and using SmartList Builder to access that data. There was no way we could convert all that data for the price of SmartList Builder, so they decided to give it a try.
In the last 6 months, I’ve been asked at least a dozen times about “upgrading” GP to the cloud version which it’s assumed is D365BC. So I thought I would start my blog experience with a brief discussion on this topic.
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