To paraphrase the great Will I. Am: “I got a feeling, that this year is going be a great year, woo who”.
Yes, I do “got” a feeling….How could I not? In like 12 days my good friend Steve Ballmer will be taking the wraps off of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011. With this sentinel release for Dynamics CRM it truly becomes Game On. Not that it hasn’t been Game On already but the momentum has been building and there is a lot of pent up demand for the “Power of Productivity” that is the theme of this release. PowerObjects has been diligently readying our team for the last many months to be ready to help our current and prospective customers take full advantage of the relentless and unmatched investments that Microsoft has and is continuing to make in Dynamics CRM. As has been proven time and time again, when it comes to business productivity and technology tools, Microsoft plays for keeps. Seen any credible word processer or spreadsheet or email client shoot outs or reviews lately? Uh, that’d be a big fat NO. Microsoft owns vast leads in market share in each of those as well as many other categories like it. Sure, they may take some lumps in the consumer and quasi-consumer space but that is an entirely different market with much different Dynamics (there’s that word again) and they still have many successes in those markets as well. Ever heard of Xbox Live….23,000,000 (yes that’s the million word) subscribers making it the world’s second largest online subscription service next to Netflix. Stick that in your cloud and vapor it!
Bottom line, write it down, JoeCRM predicts that 2011 is going to be the year where Dynamics CRM and PowerObjects ROAR!!!!
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