Microsoft “Heading Into Homestretch” on Dynamics CRM 5—Will Emphasize “Consumerization” and Integration

April 25 2010

Microsoft's development team for Dynamics CRM 5 "is heading into the home stretch," and the new application will be formally introduced "within the next twelve months," according to Craig Unger, general manager of Dynamics CRM R&D.

Speaking to an audience of about 500 at Convergence 2010 in Atlanta, Unger said Dynamics CRM 5 "is the largest release we've ever done...We are putting the final touches on the third and final milestone." He said 40 customers and 400 partners are using the development version of Dynamics CRM 5.

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