Microsoft CRM team announces Microsoft Dynamics Live CRM at the Worldwide Partner Conference 2007 in Denver this week.
“The latest version of Microsoft’s Dynamics CRM software, code-named “Titan,” can run on a company’s own computer servers, on servers hosted by third-parties or on servers operated by Microsoft.
Redmond, Washington-based Microsoft will offer a free early access program for the professional version of CRM Live in 2007 to companies with five or more users.”
Brad Wilson, Microsoft’s general manager for CRM, posted this video demonstrating some of the features of the next version of CRM, which will be available as a hosted, subscription-based service, in addition to the on-premise or partner-hosted platforms.
If you were not able to attend, you can get the conference video demo, streamed keynotes, and more at http://partner.microsoft.com/digital/WPC.