Microsoft is bulking up sales investment around Power Platform and Dynamics 365 in FY20, says executive

January 8 2020

Microsoft is investing $250 million in FY 2020 to grow Dynamics 365 and Power Platform sales and partner support headcount. That's according to Hayden Stafford, corporate vice president responsible for global sales of Microsoft business applications.

In a recently released interview on Microsoft MVP Mark Smith's Power 365 Show, Stafford explained where Microsoft was committing additional resources, how the company is measuring growth, and how to view the Power Platform's role in the company's cloud lineup, both alongside Dynamics 365 and Office 365.

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