Developers Call Mobile SDK for Microsoft Dynamics CRM a Game Changer

The early reviews are positive for the updated software development kit (SDK) for Microsoft Dynamics CRM that Microsoft released in July.

Equipping developers with native mobile tools allows them to create task-centric user interfaces more quickly within Dynamics CRM, says Jim Steger, partner with Chicago-based Sonoma Partners and a Microsoft MVP. Sonoma Partners helped architect the Mobile SDK. The firm is a CRM and enterprise mobile development partner for Dynamics CRM and Salesforce.


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