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Webcast preview: Why AX and CRM users owe themselves a strategic look at Microsoft Dynamics 365

by Dann Anthony Maurno
Assistant Editor, MSDW

Yes, a company may be resting comfortably with its Dynamics AX or CRM implementation. And an SMB considering its first enterprise package has likely resigned itself to bare-bones utility. In any of these cases, the customer underestimates what is available from the Microsoft technology ecosystem that has evolved around them in the last few years.

After less than a month in general availability, Microsoft Dynamics 365 is proving it is more than just an ERP/CRM mashup; it is part of a cloud platform, suitable to both enterprises and SMBs that is quickly becoming more accessible to organizations that know what to look for.  

Kevin ArmstrongKevin Armstrong, vice president of Microsoft sales at Tribridge, will explain what the launch means to you and your Dynamics CRM and ERP solutions in the November 29 webcast This is Microsoft Dynamics 365, hosted by MSDynamicsWorld (register to attend).

Armstrong previewed some of the talking points in this Q&A.

MSDynamicsWorld: Put Dynamics 365 in context; is there any comparable package among ERP vendors?

Kevin Armstrong: Dynamics 365 is bigger than just a singular ERP solution. It is the realization of Satya Nadella's vision for a cloud-first, fully-extensible platform. It would be short-sighted to try and compare Dynamics 365's Business Edition to Intacct, Accumatica, or Workday or to try and compare the Enterprise Edition to NetSuite, SAP, or Oracle. Dynamics 365 is much ...

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About Dann Anthony Maurno

Dann Anthony Maurno is a seasoned business journalist who began his career as International Marketing Manager with Lilly Software, then moved on as a freelancer to write for such prestigious clients as CFO Magazine; Compliance Week;Manufacturing Business Technology; Decision Resources, Inc.; The Economist Intelligence Unit; and corporate clients such as Iron Mountain, Microsoft and SAP. He is the co-author of Thin Air: How Wireless Technology Supports Lean Initiatives(CRC/Productivity Press, 2010).