MBS president Kirill Tatarinov sees future of Microsoft Dynamics in more large enterprises


One of the things on Kirill Tatarinov's radar when he became president of Microsoft Business Solutions some six years ago was figuring out how to turn Microsoft Dynamics into a "profit engine" for the company.

"I saw an opportunity for Microsoft to gain prominence in the enterprise side with a complete solution through business applications," Tatarinov told R "Ray" Wang, Principal Analyst and CEO at Constellation Research Inc., during a wide-ranging interview at Convergence.

After spending 20 years working with CIOs building out enterprise infrastructure, Tatarinov told Wang that MBS and Dynamics represented the next step of the journey from infrastructure to business solution.


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