SAP, Oracle, SalesForce.com... Move Over, Here Comes Microsoft

With hopes of creating yet another multi-billion-dollar business, Microsoft, the world's largest software company, wants a bigger chunk of the expected $118 billion in enterprise application expenditures slated to be spent by 2014 by the worlds enterprise businesses with a plan to invest heavily into both ERP (enterprise resource planning) and CRP (customer relationship management).

Microsoft makes their biggest move yet into the business software market

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