Apr 06

Microsoft has put forth its technical preview version of next generation Dynamics CRM application. The company has been in the news for a long time with its new technological advances and upgrades. The new Dynamics CRM application is believed to be under processing and will be made available by the company around the second half of this current year. The technical preview that is coded as CRM5, is available on both, on-premise software and online versions which are hosted in data centers in North America, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia-Pacific.
CTP3 (Community Technical Preview – 3) release is particularly aimed mainly at the software development partners of Microsoft, the hosting partners, system integrators involved in building these software applications around Dynamic CRM and the VARs and ISVs. Microsoft stated that the CTP3 gives these partners a platform to begin early development and testing their solutions. The CTP3 of upcoming Dynamics CRM release provides channel partners with head start on development.
In a statement made by Microsoft’s General Manager of Dynamics CRM, Mr. Brad Wilson, it is learnt that more than 40 languages will be supported by the new release of Dynamics CRM which will have more deployment options with improved user productivity and collaboration capabilities. Presently, the highly demanded new products version of the online Dynamic CRM version is available only in the advanced countries like U.S. and the Canada. The preliminary step toward making Dynamic available online all across the world for its vast number of users is to make the CTP versions available through the help of data centers in Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia-Pacific and Latin American countries.
Microsoft has stated that the CTP3 program is believed to involve about 400 selected partners. The number is further thought to expand to a greater value within the next few months.

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