Microsoft Adds Operational Workloads to Dynamics CRM with Project Service Solution

Microsoft Dynamics CRM Service If you've been paying attention to the Microsoft Dynamics CRM roadmap and announcements surrounding the Spring 2016 Release, you may have learned about Microsoft's latest plans to build additional operational workloads into the platform as part of their "unified service" vision.  This article will provide an overview of a key component of this vision, the new Dynamics CRM Project Service solution. A second article will compare and contrast this new offering to the Microsoft Dynamics AX Service Industries ERP solutio


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About Andy Yeomans

Andy Yeomans is U.S. Director of Business Development for SAGlobal, a global Microsoft Dynamics AX and CRM consultancy dedicated to the Service Industries. Andy has over 20 years of experience in the IT industry in various sales, marketing, and corporate development roles, including 14 years of experience directly working with Microsoft Dynamics AX and CRM.  Andy joined SAGlobal in 2008 to help the organization build out its Service Industries practice, and has been instrumental in helping SAGlobal win multiple Microsoft Dynamics Service Industries Partner of the Year awards.    

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