Microsoft Dynamics 365: What does it mean for SMBs?

Microsoft Dynamics 365 has captured the attention of businesses far and wide with its integration of ERP and CRM solutions and its ability to integrate with other common business software like Microsoft Office 365. The two iterations of Dynamics 365 are also attracting the eyes of many company leaders, as the Business Edition is built for small and midsize businesses while the Enterprise Edition addresses the needs of larger companies. While the Enterprise Edition features more modules and components on the solution's November 1st 2016 release date, further development for the Business Edition is in the works.

Launching with Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Financials - a powerful platform that includes support for accounting, sales, purchasing and project accounting - Dynamics 365 Business Edition already has a lot to offer SMBs. There is also a relatively short time frame for the release of the dedicated marketing and sales modules for Business Edition, with releases expected in the first half of 2017. This means the Business Edition will soon have even more functionality to offer, but in the meantime customers requiring the CRM sales functionality can also buy at a special price the Enterprise Edition’s Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales which integrates fully with Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Financials solution. The TM Group recently examined the Nov. 1 release of Microsoft Dynamics 365 in a blog post.

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