MS Dynamics Convergence 2014: Day 3 Round-up
It’s the third day of Convergence 2014, and we still sorely wish we were in warm, sunny Atlanta. Here is a collection of our favorite tweets and stories of the day. Did we miss something? Tweet us about it @mineraltree!
Our favorite tweets
— michelle boessler (@mikismile) March 6, 2014
— ERP Software Blog (@erpsoftwareblog) March 6, 2014
— Crestwood Associates (@CrestwoodAssoc) March 6, 2014
Our favorite stories
There were plenty of things Microsoft could brag about here. But the company too often sounded like a me-too rather than underscoring how it stands out. Here, then, are some rants and raves about Microsoft’s ERP and CRM world.
Ahead of the next big Dynamics CRM Online update, expected to arrive in the second quarter, Microsoft revealed during its Convergence 2014 conference (March 4 to 7 in Atlanta), that it is taking an ax to convoluted pricing plans and the industry practice of gating software functionality—CRM in this case—behind additional licenses.
Microsoft has to support operating systems from rival companies such as Apple and Google as the enterprise has developed into a “heterogeneous” environment, according to executive vice president of Microsoft’s Business Solutions group, Kirill Tatarinov.← Back to Invoice-to-Blog