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MS Dynamics Convergence 2014: The Best of Day 1
While we sorely wish we were hanging in warm Atlanta at MS Dynamics Convergence 2014 this year, instead MineralTree will be rounding up the best tweets and stories each day. Did we miss something awesome? Tweet us about it @mineraltree!
Our favorite tweets
It’s always important to show your customers a little love. Also, great video by MS Dynamics!
— Dynamics 365 (@MSFTDynamics365) March 4, 2014
— Kerry Rosvold (@krosvold) March 4, 2014
— davefaupel (@davezamazing) March 4, 2014
— ERP Software Blog (@erpsoftwareblog) March 3, 2014
Our favorite stories
This morning Microsoft highlighted new updates to its growing suite of Dynamics business applications at its Convergence 2014 conference in Atlanta, Georgia. The changes promise greater functionality, better integration, and lower costs to four million existing Dynamics CRM customers in three areas: marketing automation, social listening, and knowledge management. All of which joins the company’s existing solutions in ERP, human resources, identity management, business intelligence, supply chain, and project management.
Microsoft Dynamics R&D has reshaped itself to deliver software updates on a semi-annual cadence for ERP and as often as quarterly for CRM. Today, as Convergence 2014 kicked off Microsoft revealed that Dynamics AX 2012 R3 is planned for release on May 1, and with it a growing list of new specialized apps.
Microsoft grew its customer base by 6.7 percent overall in the last year according to a report on ERPSoftwareBlog that captures the change from last year’s reported numbers. Microsoft has confirmed the figures, which show varied growth points and rates of change.
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