New SparkleXRM solution brings Microsoft Dynamics CRM and xRM hierarchies to life

Network Visualization tool for SparkleXRM brings hierarchies to life 

With the release of Dynamics CRM 2015, Microsoft has not exactly pushed xRM as a key selling point. But that doesn't mean the xRM platform, which supports the use of Dynamics CRM for custom entity relationships, has lost its relevance.

In fact, xRM may enjoy a resurgence at some point soon. Microsoft could release a separate xRM SKU in the not-so-distant future, which suggests some compelling new application development opportunities that blend Microsoft Azure, the robust Dynamics CRM/xRM API, and services like Power BI and Office 365.


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