Microsoft Plans Dynamics CRM 2016 Release With Range of Productivity Updates

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Microsoft today announced its plans for the release of Dynamics CRM 2016 later in 2015, continuing the product team’s ambitious development cadence. 

CRM 2016 will focus in large part on improving interoperability with other Microsoft products, including Office 365, OneDrive for Business, and Azure machine learning; acquisitions like FieldOne and FantasySalesTeam; as well as new mobility enhancements.

CRM 2016 will showcase its uptake of the latest Microsoft productivity tools. The goal, explained senior director of product marketing for Dynamics CRM Angela Bandlow, is to create an immersive experience with Office 365 and other products.


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