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Ryan Plourde, Crowe Horwath

Have You Seen the Official Microsoft Dynamics CRM Roadmap Website?

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Microsoft wants to keep you up to date.

According to Microsoft the Dynamics CRM roadmap website at http://crmroadmap.dynamics.com/ “provides a snapshot of what we’re working on in the Dynamics CRM business. Use the roadmap to find out what we’ve recently made generally available, released into public preview, are still developing and testing, or are no longer developing.”

You can sort by product:

  • Dynamics CRM Online
  • Dynamics CRM On Premise
  • Dynamics Marketing
  • Microsoft Social Engagement

You can view by:

  • What’s New
  • In Preview
  • In Development
  • Postponed
  • Previously Released

You can also download the Release Preview Guide and check Availability by Language and Region.

As of September 2016 this is “What’s New” with Dynamics CRM On Premise and Dynamics CRM Online:

Dynamics CRM On Premise – What’s New

  • Azure service bus integration enhancements
  • Customer field on any entity
  • Interactive service hub enhancements
  • Quote, Orders and Invoices now on Mobile
  • Server-side sync enhancements
  • SLA enhancements
  • Windows Update support for Unified Service Desk

Full details of each feature at: http://crmroadmap.dynamics.com/

Dynamics CRM Online – What’s New

  • Azure service bus integration enhancements
  • Community Portal
  • Company news timeline for mobile
  • Customer field on any entity
  • Field Service
  • Interactive service hub enhancements
  • Learning Path
  • Mobile offline enhancements
  • Partner Portal
  • Portal framework
  • Power BI Sales Manager content pack enhancements
  • Power BI Service Manager content pack
  • Project service automation
  • Quote, Orders and Invoices now on Mobile
  • Self-service portals
  • Shared resources and bookings across Field and Project Service
  • SLA enhancements
  • Social CRM: automation and enhancement
  • Windows Update support for Unified Service Desk

Full details of each feature at: http://crmroadmap.dynamics.com/

This site a great resource to keep up to date. But of course the best resource is your own Microsoft Dynamics CRM partner that can recommend which new features meet the needs of your specific business.

If you are interested in evaluating Microsoft Dynamics CRM or adding new features, contact AbleBridge, now a Crowe Horwath company, at 877-600-2253 or www.ablebridge.com/contact.

By AbleBridge, Microsoft Dynamics CRM Gold Partner, now a Crowe Horwath company. www.ablebridge.com

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