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Microsoft is filling out its Dynamics 365 CRM/ERP line-up with more modules and tools as part of its Dynamics 365 “Spring ’18” update that will start rolling out in April 2018.
Microsoft will be adding more features to its recently introduced Dynamics 365 for Marketing service (now in public preview) that’s aimed primarily at small/mid-size business customers. It also is adding a new SKU to its Sales module, Dynamics 365 for Sales Professional, which officials describe as a “streamlined” version of its current Sales application.
I asked about pricing for the new SKU and didn’t hear back.
Microsoft has been working on its Dynamics 365 Sales and Marketing modules for SMBs for more than a year. Last year, the company went back to the drawing board and did away with its Enterprise/Business plan distinction with Dynamics 365. (However, some of the components in its menu of available modules are aimed more at SMBs than others.)
The company’s new Dynamics 365 Business Central ERP service for SMBs (“Tenerife”) also is part of the spring 2018 update, as is the recently introduced public preview of Power BI for Mixed Reality. Officials said the spring 2018 update also more deeply integrates Dynamics 365 with Outlook, Teams, SharePoint, Stream video, Azure, LinkedIn and Bing.
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