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Microsoft releases Global Beta of next generation CRM product

Posted by Melissa Alvares on Sep 24, 2010 10:01:00 AM

Microsoft-Logo-3The beta for the new Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online service will now be available in India along with 35 other markets and offered in eight languages globally. The final version of the service will be available in 40 markets and 41 languages, including India, by the end of the year. The beta of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 for on-premises and partner-hosted deployments will be available in all 40 markets in eight languages. Customers and partners can download or sign up for the beta today at to evaluate and start building solutions based on the new release.

“Our new beta release for cloud-based and on-premises deployments will enable the real customer relationship management experience—dynamic, open, uncompromising, extensible and fully integrated into the desktop—as both software and a service,” said Subhomoy Sengupta, Group Director, Microsoft Business Solutions, Microsoft India.

“Indian businesses are evolving and enhancing the customer experience is on the top priority list of all CIOs and CTOs today. This next generation CRM product from Microsoft gives a 360 degree view of the entire customer management portfolio and can be up and running in a day’s time,” said Samir Jhaveri, CEO & Managing Director, Oriensoft Technologies.

Microsoft also announced that the Microsoft Dynamics Marketplace will enter beta later this month.

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This Post Was Written By Melissa Alvares
Melissa truly believes that technology can change the world for the better, and loves that she gets to see that in action every day at Sparkrock. She’s been involved in building computer labs and teaching technology skills in rural Rwanda and Uganda, and locally is a regular volunteer at the Daily Bread Food Bank and mentoring new immigrants through the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC)