Microsoft Dynamics CRM Team Focuses on Pushing Further, Faster

Microsoft Dynamics CRM team breaks down its investments into three main areas - applications, experience, and platform. With the upcoming Orion release, Microsoft plans to deliver all three: new experiences for the on-premise users who will gain access to the Flow UI for the first time; a new set of applications covering sales and marketing use cases; and at the same time platform enhancements to improve the rendering of custom entities on multiple platforms.

With Orion still at least six months out, the general promise of the release is to take the guided process model and deliver it in more sales and marketing use cases, with customer service apps planned for later releases.

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