After tense week, Microsoft pledges to re-examine Dynamics 365 Tenerife launch plans


After a rollercoaster week that included a first look at Dynamics 365 Tenerife and a subsequent partner backlash over its delayed rollout and radical go-to-market strategy, Dynamics ERP general manager Marko Perisic worked to address concerns today by laying out several ways in which Microsoft would adjust its launch plans.


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