By Josh Greenbaum on April 15, 2011
I’ve just come back the Microsoft Dynamics’ Convergence conference, where the news about Dynamics’ progress in the enterprise software space can be summed up in the following manner: The company’s two flagship products, AX and Dynamics CRM, have reached a functional level that basically places them on par with the best of their respective categories. […]
By Denis Pombriant on April 13, 2011
ATLANTA—This might be remembered as the Convergence where Microsoft finally began to converge. More specifically, it is the convergence where accounting and CRM met in the cloud. The big news coming from Convergence is the announcement that Microsoft AX, one of the company’s three ERP systems is moving to the cloud. You could look at […]
By Brian Sommer on April 25, 2010
I’m in Atlanta with the MSFT Convergence show. Here are some of the highlights of Microsoft’s Dynamics announcements. Hint: lots of news regarding Dynamics GP, some cloud news and a peek at their new phone OS.
Microsoft Dynamics Buys Its Vertical Expertise — Meeting The Challenges of a Channel Partner Development Strategy
By Josh Greenbaum on September 22, 2009
Microsoft’s announcement that it was buying the industry-specific products and IP of three of its existing ISV partners reflects an important realization on the part of the mid-market enterprise software leader that partnerships alone cannot generate the industry expertise the Dynamics group needs to compete in today’s market.
These acquisitions are evidence of a shift in […]