Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Gets an Update

The update is available as Service Pack 1 (SP1) for on-premises Dynamics CRM 2013 users, and as the "Spring '14" update for Dynamics CRM Online users. It supports 42 languages and is accessible in 54 markets with more expansion planned for Dynamics CRM Online during the third quarter. Originally code-named "Leo," this update wave incorporates technologies acquired from MarketingPilot, Netbreeze and Parature, all of which were purchased by Microsoft over the span of the last two years. Microsoft detailed some of these additions in February of this year and later at the Convergence conference. Read the full story here.



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