Microsoft has announced the pricing and licensing model for CRM2015, which builds on the options introduced last year for CRM2013, and continues to positively differentiate against SF.com.Please visit CRM2015 Pricing and Licensing Announcement for the announcement.
It’s a busy time in the world of Microsoft Dynamics CRM as we prepare for the next major release of Dynamics CRM, which Microsoft has confirmed will be available in the 4th quarter of 2014. This release builds on CRM2013, which introduced the new touch-enabled User Interface optimised for mobile and tablet devices. This year’s CRM2013 Spring Wave introduced Microsoft Social Listening and Microsoft Dynamics Marketing, plus major enhancements across Sales, Service and Marketing which included improved process flows for Sales, SLA and Entitlement Management for Service.
A common requirement in previous versions of CRM was to have views which showed lists of records that DIDN’T have a particular child record. The good news is that in CRM2013 it is now technically possible to create system views that show records that do not have a particular child record.
The beta release for CRM 2013 was made available to partners on Wed 31st July and since then we’ve been very busy making sure we’re ready to support our customers!