Microsoft releases CTP3 of Microsoft Dynamics CRM code-named "CRM5"

Microsoft released the Community Technical Preview 3 for the next gen of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, code-named “CRM5.” CTP is primarily aimed at software developers within broad partner base of Dynamics CRM, including independent software vendors (ISVs), global system integrators (GSIs), hosting partners and value-added resellers (VARs), giving them an opportunity to start early development and […]

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Microsoft released the Community Technical Preview 3 for the next gen of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, code-named “CRM5.” CTP is primarily aimed at software developers within broad partner base of Dynamics CRM, including independent software vendors (ISVs), global system integrators (GSIs), hosting partners and value-added resellers (VARs), giving them an opportunity to start early development and testing of their solutions for this new release. CTP software is available as on-premises software, as well as through pre-release versions of Dynamics CRM Online running in datacenters in North America; Europe, Middle East and Africa; and Asia Pacific. More than 400 select partners are engaged in the CTP3 program, and that number will be expanded in the coming months. More information about “CRM5” is available at Dynamics CRM blog.

More info: Microsoft Partner Network Web site

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