Unlike other cloud solutions vendors, Microsoft has taken a broad approach to their cloud development, focusing on a strategy that reflects real business needs by including infrastructure, platform, and application layers. Because of this, Microsoft’s cloud CRM solution, Dynamics CRM Online, extends beyond itself to seamlessly interoperate with Outlook, Office, SharePoint and Lync, as well as cloud services such as Windows Azure and Office 365.
These capabilities, combined with the
“There are some hard costs associated for customers that decide to move vendors. As customers are evaluating their options, we want to make it easier for them to make a move should they choose to do so,” said Michael Park, Corporate Vice President of Microsoft Business Solutions Sales, Marketing, and Operations.
That is why Microsoft is offering
According to Park, this offer is just one aspect of Microsoft’s strategy to “enable our customers to build a cloud on their terms that will deliver improved agility and responsiveness, increased business alignment, and higher ROI for the long term.”
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