Dynamics CRM 4.0 Promises Easier Company-Wide Links

The big promise of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0, being released in stages during this last half of 2007, lies in allowing stronger links to company-wide data than previous versions.

That was the message in a demo provided by Dynamics CRM general manager Brad Wilson at Convergence in Copenhagen. Here are three ways he said it will fulfill that promise:

1. The CRM Deployment Manager. It's "one of the big new things that we have in the release now with multi-tenancy, which allows either a large organization to have multiple groups in the company provisioned as separate CRM instances, or it also allows our partners to offer very scalable, very economic hosted, on-demand services for our customers." With Deployment Manager, "I could add a new organization if I wanted to," like a small business unit.


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