Microsoft plans native Dynamics 365 apps built on Common Data Service for retail, talent

Microsoft continues to execute on its plans to make Common Data Service (CDS) an integral back-end component of its Dynamics 365 ERP and CRM apps. Microsoft re-affirmed this plan to provide synchronization between Dynamics 365 and CDS last week. In addition, two new apps announced by Scott Guthrie last week, Dynamics 365 for Retail and Dynamics 365 for Talent, will utilize the Common Data Services as data storage and extensibility model.

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