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Thursday, January 20th, 2011 at 9am PST

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Hear keynote presentations by Kirill Tatarinov (Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Business Solutions), Michael Park (Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Business Solutions), and Brad Wilson (General Manager, Microsoft Dynamics CRM). Read More. Register Here. See what’s in store for CRM 2011.

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Microsoft (Nasdaq “MSFT”) announced the Community Technical Preview 3 (CTP 3) for the next generation of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, code-named “CRM 5”.

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This CTP is primarily aimed at software developers within the broad partner base of Microsoft 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.

The next generation of Microsoft Dynamics CRM will support more than 40 languages, and will be offered as an online service, as on-premises software and via partner-hosted offerings. Availability of the new product will begin in the second half of 2010. Read More.

 

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Microsoft is bringing new innovations to customer relationship management (CRM) software with Microsoft Dynamics® CRM. It is a flexible CRM solution that fits your people, fits your business, and fits your environment. The next version of the Microsoft Dynamics CRM (named, Microsoft Dynamics CRM “V.Next”) will be available from 2010 onwards. The investments for the next release of Microsoft Dynamics CRM fall into three broad categories:

  • Deliver a new level of user productivity and collaboration capabilities
  • Continued enrichment of the core CRM capabilities
  • Provide a best-of-breed business solution platform

Development and testing is in progress for Microsoft Dynamics CRM “V.Next” which encompasses several milestone builds before various external feedback and testing programs are initiated with customers and partners in the lead-up to general release.

There is an exhaustive list of investments in Microsoft Dynamics CRM “V.Next” which ranges from small “tweaks” and enhancements to broad new feature areas. Find out more here.

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