Scale your accounting with the Microsoft Power Platform

Don’t let your accounting software define your workflow. Experience the power of personalization.

Many accounting software solutions limit the way you work with a rigid structure that feels too much like the spreadsheets you left behind.

Gravity is a true cloud accounting software solution built natively on the Microsoft Power Platform. That means your team benefits from all the security and availability of a Microsoft data center, with endless flexibility to personalize it for the way you work.

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A powerful platform with only one database to manage for all your applications

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Power Automate

Boost productivity across your entire organization by automating your business processes.

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Security

Complete transparency into every transaction, who made them and when, with a full audit trail.

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Integrations

Gravity Software integrates with popular apps for CRM, Data Analytics, Inventory, Productivity, Marketing, Billing and more.

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More powerful together

Gravity Software is written on the Microsoft Power Platform (aka Dynamics 365), which is developed and maintained by Microsoft in the Azure data center that hosts over 20 million users in data centers around the world.

The Microsoft Power Platform provides out of the box integration to many key business tools like Office 365, Power Automate, Power BI and hundreds of other apps. Gravity Software’s cloud accounting app provides users with the best innovative technology, most reliable applications with advanced functionality to help their businesses grow faster.

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Create your own workflows, without a developer

The Microsoft Power Platform is a combination of tools that let you easily add fields, create automated workflows, and personalize your dashboards to keep track of the data that matters most to your company.

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Get IT’s stamp of approval

Gravity is built in Microsoft’s cloud technology with best-in-class security protections. That includes single sign-on, multi-factor authentication and Zero Trust access control. You'll also maintain business continuity with the platform's 99.999% availability and data redundancy.

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Avoid hidden fees

If you’re using another software that isn’t cloud-native, you could spend tens of thousands of dollars upgrading to the latest version. The Microsoft Power Platform covers data hosting and includes all the functionality you’d expect, from business intelligence to billing.

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Collaborate with the apps your team knows and loves

Whether you’re using Google Workspace, Microsoft Office 365, or other applications, Gravity integrates seamlessly so there’s no disruption to your workflow. And with Gravity’s business intelligence and advanced reporting, you can share more insights with your leadership team, including operations, marketing and sales.

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A seamless transition for your team

As a cloud-native Microsoft accounting software, Gravity is easy to implement, with an average timeline of just six - eight weeks. Our team has a proven track record of supporting companies of all sizes through the process, including planning, gathering data, training your team, and converting your data.

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A price that’s just right

Gravity is the best accounting software for medium-sized businesses with multiple entities, and it’s built to scale as your business grows. Our Starter package is priced at a competitive $375 per month for the initial user, with each additional user available at $250 per month. Moreover, if you're already utilizing Microsoft Power Apps, you can enjoy additional savings of $20 each month.

Is it time to replace Microsoft accounting
software for an alternative?

We understand these frustrations because we’ve experienced them ourselves. That’s why we built Gravity Software on the Microsoft Power Platform.

That gives it all the functionality and security features of Microsoft accounting software in a more streamlined solution built specifically for multi-entity accounting.

With Gravity, you can manage all your companies in one database with a shared chart of accounts, eliminating redundant data entry. You can produce consolidated financial reports across all your entities and export them to Excel with just one click.

If you already have an Office 365 account, you can use the same login to access Gravity so you won’t spend your day switching between email, the Microsoft CRM, Microsoft Teams and other apps you use frequently.

You can even create your own workflows without a developer using Microsoft Power Automate, which can save hours each month.

See why so many users have left their Microsoft accounting software for a solution that’s more user-friendly and affordable.

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Does Microsoft do mid-market accounting software?

Microsoft Dynamics GP, formerly known as Great Plains, is perhaps the closest solution Microsoft has to a mid-market accounting software. Despite its historical association with enterprise-level ERP, it carries an inherent  complexity that may exceed the requirements of many users seeking a straightforward accounting solution. Additionally, it’s important to highlight that Microsoft Dynamics GP is not cloud-based, meaning users miss out on the advantages of automatic updates. 

In addition to Microsoft Dynamics GP, Microsoft offers another mid-market accounting solution known as Microsoft Dynamics Business Central, often referred to as Dynamics 365 BC. This product originated from Navision, an enterprise-level solution Microsoft acquired from a Danish company. Business Central retains its roots in enterprise ERP functionality, having evolved from its Navision foundation.  It’s important to note that BC is on its own proprietary platform, and while it integrates with Power Automate and Power BI, it’s essential to acknowledge certain limitations due to its distinct platform.

Is Microsoft Dynamics GP being discontinued?

For years, users of Microsoft Dynamics GP, the accounting software formerly known as Great Plains, have asked in online forums whether it would continue to be supported. Microsoft has confirmed it will continue to support Dynamics GP until at least 2028 and recently announced the last update for the 2016 version

What will replace Microsoft Dynamics GP?

There may be speculation among users about the potential replacement of Microsoft Dynamics GP by Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, the cloud-based ERP solution that evolved from Microsoft Dynamics NAV. It’s important to clarify that Business Central does not directly replace Dynamics GP.  While it shares roots with an intricate enterprise ERP system (Microsoft Dynamics NAV), it was not designed as a direct successor to a mid-market accounting solution like Dynamics GP. Additionally, Business Central brings its own set of challenges, including elevated licensing costs, restricted customization options, and compatibility issues with legacy systems.

What is the Microsoft equivalent of QuickBooks?

While Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central aka Dynamics 365BC could be considered a Microsoft accounting software, it wasn’t designed to be easy to use or intuitive. Business Central has many of the same flaws as other legacy accounting systems. It lacks a shared chart of accounts and makes it difficult to manage multi-entity reporting without logging in and out of separate databases. There is no native ability to run consolidated reports, so you need to purchase a separate API. 

You also need to pay extra for features that should be standard, like business intelligence capabilities and the ability to create personalized workflows. 

Gravity Software is a cloud-based accounting solution built on the Microsoft Power Platform. This gives you all the same familiarity and security features you expect from Dynamics 365 BC with the ease of use of other QuickBooks alternatives. And unlike QuickBooks and entry-level solutions, it’s designed to support multi-entity accounting

You can easily manage intercompany transactions and transactions shared by multiple entities without needing to log in and out of many separate databases to copy and paste information. 

Is there a replacement for Microsoft Office Accounting software?

Microsoft Office Accounting software serves as fundamental bookkeeping software tailored for managing core accounting functions like accounts payable and accounts receivable. It wasn’t designed for multi-entity accounting and lacks advanced features, such as AP automation, revenue recognition, and subscription billing.

Gravity Software stands out as the best alternative to Microsoft Office Accounting, leveraging the cutting-edge capabilities of the Microsoft Power Platform. Tailored for accountants, CFOs, and mid-sized business owners, Gravity incorporates the latest innovations from Microsoft’s investments in the Power Platform.