Feature Pack 5 for the Connector for Microsoft Dynamics released


Integration between Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 and the Dynamics ERP products has arrived with the release of Feature Pack 5 of Connector for Microsoft Dynamics! This release ensures that our Dynamics GP 10, Dynamics GP 2010, Dynamics AX 2009, or Dynamics NAV 2009 R2 will have the choice to integrate with Dynamics CRM 4 or Dynamics CRM 2011 in either an online or on-premise deployment. 

Feature Pack 5 can be downloaded for the respective ERP by going to PartnerSource:

·         Connector for Microsoft Dynamics Feature Pack 5 for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009

·         Connector for Microsoft Dynamics Feature Pack 5 for Microsoft Dynamics GP

·         Connector for Microsoft Dynamics Feature Pack 5 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 R2

Don’t have access to Partner Source but would like to know more? Check out the User Guide for the corresponding ERP which will begin your installation preparation. I know, I know; reading documentation can be an arduous task. But you know what they say, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. So read the provided documentation and avoid the common pitfalls and save yourself the support call.

·         Microsoft Dynamics AX

·         Microsoft Dynamics GP

·         Microsoft Dynamics NAV

Hopefully this gives you a taste of what Connector for Microsoft Dynamics can do for you.

Comments (3)

  1. tkiely says:

    We would love to test the connector on our test system but even as existing nav customers cant get a licence key to trial it? can you help please?

    terry.kiely@teleadapt.com

  2. CharG says:

    Your Dynamics partner can help you get the license keys and access to the download.

  3. knockyo says:

    I had a problem as this URL forum:

    http://www.microsoftdynamicsforums.com/…/forum_posts.asp

    During mapping between CRM2011 and GP2010 with connector, inside the source entity I can see all my custom entity (CRM). But at Destination entity (GP), I can't see below entity that I required:

    (1) Vendor Invoice

    (2) Cheque Payment

    (3) Sales Invoice

    (4) Credit Notes

    (5) Cash Receipt

    Please help on that issue.