If I were a betting woman, I’d wager that the Microsoft Dynamics CRM team of developers is a super smart group of people. So they’re probably familiar with Occam’s Razor (also called Ockham’s Razor), a principle that loosely speaking means: the simpler the better.
Don’t get me wrong, every release of
Of course the developers don’t know Ockham personally, because William of Ockham lived in the late 13th to mid-14th century! Born in the small village of Ockham, William was a Franciscan friar, philosopher, and theologian.
The modern version of Occam’s Razor would be the KISS Principle which was introduced by the U.S. Navy in 1960. KISS stands for “Keep it simple, stupid.”
Let’s look at what Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 – scheduled for release sometime this Fall – promises to bring us. First, there’s an article called
“Buying decisions are very personal, and companies who are looking to deliver exceptional customer experiences need simple, intuitive, smart and easy to use solutions to help them succeed.
That’s why we are so excited about our
Sounds like Occam’s Razor to me.
A second article called
Personally, I share the CRM development team’s excitement about the new release and can hardly wait to see it in action. Stay tuned to the CRM Software Blog for a more definitive release date. Because when it comes to Microsoft Dynamics CRM, we’re the group in the know!
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By Marcia Nita Doron, Altico Advisors
2 thoughts on “Is Occam’s Razor the Principle Behind the Upcoming Release of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013?”
Thanks, Amiee. I had fun writing it and learning more about Occam's Razor in the process.
Great article Marcia!
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