Software Lifecycle Policy for Microsoft Dynamics GP

Beginning with the October 2019 release, Microsoft Dynamics GP follows the Modern Policy. The Modern Policy offers continuous support and servicing, including bug fixes, new features and the latest tax updates. Customers may stay current by taking at least one of the three yearly planned Dynamics GP releases. Before the October 2019 release, any older release will continue to follow their existing Lifecycle timelines under the Fixed Policy. You can see those dates in the table below. We commit to 3 updates per year with additional updates as needed.

Below is the planned update schedule for Microsoft Dynamics GP, beginning with the October 2019 release.

Microsoft Dynamics GP Servicing

Year Feature Update (new features and bug fixes) Update (tax updates, bug fixes) Update (tax updates, bug fixes) Staying Current
2019 October 1, 2019 Past the date November/December To stay current, you must be on one of the 2019 releases. This ensures that you can upgrade to next year's updates.
2020 October June November/December To stay current, you must be on one of the 2020 releases. This ensures that you can upgrade to next year's updates.
2021 October June November/December To stay current, you must be on one of the 2021 releases. This ensures that you can upgrade to next year's updates.
2022 October June November/December To stay current, you must be on one of the 2022 releases. This ensures that you can upgrade to next year's updates.
2023 October June November/December To stay current, you must be on one of the 2023 releases. This ensures that you can upgrade to next year's updates.
2024 TBA June November/December To stay current, you must be on one of the 2024 releases. This ensures that you can upgrade to next year's updates.
TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

See Also

Microsoft Lifecycle Policy for Microsoft Dynamics GP
Upgrading to Dynamics 365 Business Central Online
System requirements
Dynamics GP Upgrade Hot topic (requires CustomerSource access)