Analysts Reflect on Changes, Successes for Microsoft Dynamics in 2010

So here we are in the waning days of 2010. Was it everything you thought it would be? For most of us, the answer to that is probably, "no, but at least it wasn't 2009 all over again."  But for the Microsoft Dynamics product line and specifically Dynamics CRM, it was a pretty interesting year.  With changes in upper level management, new product releases, and the re-defining of the partner channel, there really was no part of the Dynamics ecosystem that wasn't impacted in some way.


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About Erik Herman

Erik Herman is a seasoned business and technology publishing professional with over 15 years of experience. He currently works as a freelance writer covering a wide range of topics and issues. Herman has held positions over the years with several well known publishers and research firms including LexisNexis, Pearson Education and Cengage Learning.

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