Microsoft Dynamics CRM veterans reflect on 10 years of progress, growth
Microsoft Dynamics CRM recently celebrated its 10th birthday, which has caused some CRM experts to wax nostalgic about their work with the product over the past decade.
For example, Microsoft Dynamics CRM MVP Jerry Weinstock recalled that he went to a Microsoft event in 2003 and witnessed the 1.0 or 1.2 version of the product. Until that fateful day, Weinstock had been fixing the implementations of Goldmine, Maximizer, Talisma, and Act for his customers.
"After coming away from the demo I decided that we would shift our business model to implementing Microsoft's product," he said.