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Dynamics SL 2018 Release Scheduled for May 1, 2018!



Microsoft is happy to announce that Microsoft Dynamics SL’s next release, SL 2018, has been scheduled for release on May 1, 2018. Microsoft Dynamics SL 2018 will start a new quarterly release cycle. The goal is to be able to roll out new features even after the initial release of Microsoft Dynamics SL 2018.

The release themes of Dynamics SL 2018 include the following:

  • Query & Preview Enhancements
  • New Approvals Processes added to key areas
  • GL/AP/Financials Interface Enhancements
  • Projects Enhancements
  • Distribution Enhancements
  • Power Suite Evolution – Power BI, Power Apps for SL, Flow for SL, and more
  • To learn more: Microsoft Dynamics SL 2018 Themes and SL Roadmap


    Also, the Microsoft Dynamics SL Directory is now available. The new Microsoft Dynamics SL Directory includes content on Dynamics SL 2018, 2015, and 2011, all in one place.

Major Release of Dynamics SL Expected in First Half of 2018

Jeff Suwyn of Microsoft revealed the latest Dynamics SL roadmap during an October 3, 2017 webinar.

The next major release of Microsoft Dynamics SL will debut next year, Microsoft announced. The much-anticipated updated version is expected sometime in the first half of 2018.

Microsoft initially planned to announce the news at the annual Dynamics SL User Group (DSLUG) Fall Conference last month, but the conference was postponed until next spring due to hurricane threats.

Rather than wait until the rescheduled April 2018 conference to announce the news, Microsoft Dynamics SL Product and Marketing Manager Jeff Suwyn held a webinar version of his planned General Session. During the Oct. 3 webinar, he announced the latest version of SL and revealed a new product roadmap.

Few details are available so far regarding Dynamics SL 2018, but we do know that the product will feature the latest technology related to Power BI, Power Apps and Flow. We can also expect improvements to Web Apps and, as always, specific features requested by users.

From Jack Boyer’s ERP Blog