Microsoft passes 1 million user mark for Microsoft Dynamics CRM

Today at its Worldwide Partner Conference 2009 in New Orleans, Microsoft Corp. said that it has more than one million users of Microsoft Dynamics CRM.

According to the company, its customers and partners around the world are using its CRM and xRM products to deploy fast, flexible and affordable CRM on-premise, partner-hosted and CRM Online deployment models.

"Today, hundreds of Microsoft Dynamics CRM customers are building thousands of xRM applications," said Brad Wilson, general manager of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, in a statement. "We've built significant alliances within and across Microsoft to capitalize on these high-growth opportunities, and we're ready to drive value for our next million customers."

David Kohar, partner at Seattle-based, Ascentium Corp., said hitting the one million user mark was quite an achievement for Microsoft.


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