CRM5 Formally Christened Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 at WPC 2010

Today at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Washington DC, Microsoft announced that Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 - formerly code-named "CRM5" - will be publicly available as a "broad beta release" in September 2010. 

This timing is in line with estimates made at Convergence 2010 earlier this year.  Dynamics CRM 2011 is a broad release, with significant changes in areas including expanded cloud capabilities, improved user experience, stronger development frameworks, and easier integration to other Microsoft tools like SharePoint and Outlook.


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This is good news!

This is good news for all of us (partners and developers) who didn't get a chance to 'test' the pre-release!
Keep up the good job guys :-)