Microsoft Dynamics 365 update to CRM partners includes unified client plans, CRM app improvements

Microsoft offered Dynamics CRM partners a range of updates on the Dynamics 365 customer engagement app roadmap at ExtremeCRM 2016 this week.

Noting strong analyst ratings and a cloud stance that it believes will resonate with customers, from productivity and business apps to cloud platform, data, and security, Microsoft presented a lengthy list of the current and upcoming enhancements and new features coming to the Dynamics 365 Enterprise customer engagment apps (formerly collected together as Dynamics CRM).

There wasn't much tweeting around the Dynamics 365 Business Edition sales and marketing apps (perhaps it was in the NDA portion of the day), but there was some chatter about updates provided on progress there, too.


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Great Post

Thanks for compiling all the Twitter screenshots into one post. Makes for a great starting point to research into the new capabilities we should be seeing soon with Dynamics 365.