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Dynamics GP veteran David Musgrave leaves Microsoft, re-launches private consultancy

Published on 17 October in Next Ventures

After more than 13 years, David Musgrave is leaving his position as Microsoft's Dynamics GP Escalation Engineer in the Asia Pacific region - but not voluntarily.

Musgrave - along with about 18,000 other Microsoft employees - has been let go as part of CEO Satya Nadella's plan to streamline the company.

Since his team has been shrinking over the last few years, Musgrave said he wasn't surprised to hear that support for Asia Pacific for the Microsoft Dynamics GP product was now going to be handled out of the Fargo office and that his role as Escalation Engineer in Asia Pacific was no longer required.

"A few year's ago I wrote an April Fool's Day post which was designed to make people believe I was leaving Microsoft,"

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