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Microsoft to host Dynamics CRM conference

13 Oct 10

Microsoft is gearing up to hold a Dynamics CRM 2011 Partner Global Readiness Event in Auckland next week ahead of its global launch.

The main keynote – titled the Power of Productivity – kicks off the tour will cover a business review, the power of productivity, positioning in the market, launch plans, roadmap, beta, marketplace and more.

The event will be held on October 21st from 0900 - 1630 at the Auckland Novotel Ellerslie.

“The release of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011, formerly codenamed 'CRM5' is coming soon and promises to deliver the Power of Productivity to customers and partners through familiar, intelligent and connected experiences,” says Microsoft.

You can register for the event here and browse the day’s schedule here.

Microsoft recently launched the beta version of Dynamics CRM Online.

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