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Cloud computing and the shareholder value it delivers has been a key driver in the move to a “service-based” approach where you no longer need to make expensive investments in server hardware and the staff to manage it. This liberation has truly transformed the way executives and their IT staff think about how they design and deliver computing resources for their companies in today's untethered and global business environment.

The cost and difficulty of protecting an entire enterprise from all manner of cyber threats can be overwhelming. Accordingly, an organization should prioritize its cybersecurity efforts.

When you think of a traditional ERP system, you think “big, bloated, expensive and complex.” Microsoft Dynamics 365, however, is not your traditional ERP solution. Dynamics is a suite of enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) software modules that has proven ideal for not only medium size companies but multi-branch and multi-national companies as well.

Microsoft Dynamics – Your Workflow Embraced

Sharad Suthar

The market for customer relationship management (CRM), software has grown rapidly over the past several years with some analyst firms predicting the CRM market to be worth $81.9 billion by 2025. Market growth has introduced additional market choices and today, Microsoft Dynamics 365 offers the same benefits as more expensive CRM systems, and some ERP offerings as well, at a fraction of the cost.

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