Convergence 2010: Microsoft showcases Dynamics ERP and CRM tech and discloses global availability

At Convergence 2010, Stephen Elop and Kirill Tatarinov demonstrating “how company is delivering on its vision of Dynamic Business by providing customer-driven advancements across Dynamics CRM and ERP apps to help organizations embrace change and seize opportunities that drive enduring business success. Elop and Tatarinov announced the May 2010 service update for Dynamics CRM Online […]

At Convergence 2010, Stephen Elop and Kirill Tatarinov demonstrating “how company is delivering on its vision of Dynamic Business by providing customer-driven advancements across Dynamics CRM and ERP apps to help organizations embrace change and seize opportunities that drive enduring business success. Elop and Tatarinov announced the May 2010 service update for Dynamics CRM Online that delivers seamless integration with Dynamics GP, new language support, portal accelerators and cloud-based developer tools that help improve business connectivity, and announced a new promotion for Dynamics GP customers to get a license for Dynamics CRM Online at a rate of US $19 per user/month,” posted Microsoft. Continuing its commitment to deliver best value in the industry to more than 22,000 customers and 1.1 million users, May 2010 service update for Dynamics CRM Online, available at no additional charge for Dynamics CRM Online customers, focuses on improving connectivity of business to other systems, data and people through developer tools and resources. Key details include: • Expanded language support for Dynamics CRM Online • New Portal accelerators • New developer tools and resources • Dynamics GP and Dynamics CRM integration.

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