Microsoft’s Dynamics ERP Cloud Plans Depend on Continued R&D Collaboration

With last week's Convergence 2011 announcement that Microsoft plans to start supporting and, to some extent, deploying cloud versions of its Dynamics ERP solutions starting with NAV "7", the company made it clear that Windows Azure, SQL Azure, and the other foundational Microsoft products on which Dynamics relies must also be ready to do the job.

"I have not [before] seen the amount of collaboration with different R&D departments that I've seen today" inside of Microsoft, Kirill Tatarinov, corporate vice president of Microsoft Business Solutions, told an audience at Convergence.

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