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Industry Analyst, Consultant and author, former programmer, systems analyst with 25 years experience. Spent three years in Europe as an industry analyst and as Correspondent for Information Week and other industry publications. Regularly consults with leading public and private enterprise software, database, and infrastructure companies. An award-winning columnist for leading IT and business magazines, Josh is widely quoted in the trade and business press and he blogs at Enterprise Matters.

2 responses to “Microsoft Dynamics CRM and the Siebel “Moat””

  1. Blog :: Scribe Software » CRM weekly recap for April 13th

    […] Microsoft Dynamics CRM and the Siebel “Moat”  By: Josh Greenbaum, principal of Enterprise Applications Consulting (@JoshEAC) Josh discusses Microsoft’s move away from Siebel in favor of its own Dynamics CRM and what this means for Oracle moving forward. Source: Enterprise Irregulars […]

  2. Microsoft Dynamics CRM and the Siebel “Moat” – Enterprise Irregulars | Insightment

    […] Microsoft Dynamics CRM and the Siebel “Moat”Enterprise IrregularsOne of the many interesting milestones that came out of Microsoft's recent Convergence conference was the “announcement” that Microsoft has successfully weaned itself from its massive Siebel CRM deployment, in favor of the home team, Dynamics CRM. […]