New Dynamics CRM Service Update to Integrate with GP 2010, Among Other Benefits, Microsoft Execs Announce in Convergence Keynote

In kicking off Convergence 2010 at the Sunday Keynote, Microsoft executives announced that the next month's service update for Dynamics CRM will deliver seamless integration with Dynamics GP 2010. 

While previewing Dynamics GP 2010, which was officially introduced last week, for delivery beginning May 1, the executives, also announced a new promotion for whereby GP customers will be able to get a license for Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online at a discounted rate of $19 (U.S.) per user, per month.

The announcements were made by Stephen Elop, president of Microsoft Business Division, and Kirill Tatarinov, vice president of Microsoft Business Solutions, as part of a joint keynote address.

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