4 Microsoft technology advances that Dynamics ERP and CRM could leverage next

Microsoft Dynamics Lotus F1

Microsoft Dynamics has an active 2014 release schedule planne. When you actually weigh out the sheer scope of new features, tools, and entirely new products that will be rolling out for both CRM and ERP, some might even call it a little too active.

But there is another line of advance in Dynamics R&D, one that looks to capitalize on other core Microsoft technology investments.


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