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Microsoft’s long-awaited promise of a single online solution to handle the CRM, Operational, and Accounting needs of its users came one step closer when they announced Dynamics 365 would be available in November of 2016. This single offering would allow users to manage field service, sales, financials, marketing, operations, and customer service.
It’s a confusing offering for longtime users of Microsoft Dynamics CRM in particular, but there’s a few key points to bear in mind:
Clearly this is a profound change in the product direction from Microsoft that we all will be looking into with great anticipation.
The video below contains a First Look at Dynamics 365.
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