Looking Ahead to the "Context Aware" and "Task Specific" User Experiences for Microsoft Dynamics

What lies beyond the RoleTailored experience in Microsoft Dynamics applications?

The RoleTailored experience, of course, has gotten much attention with the roll-outs of the latest versions of Microsoft Dynamics NAV, AX, GP, and CRM.

Looking ahead, says Mike Ehrenberg, the company's visionary in ERP and CRM, "our RoleTailored experience will get stronger," but Microsoft will push ahead in at least two  related areas of the user experience. Writing recently on the Dynamics Community site, Ehrenberg projects that two follow-ons will be what he terms "context aware" user experience and "task specific" user experience.


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