Microsoft Dynamics Solutions for Windows Vista and Office 2007 RRS feed

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  • Microsoft is cooking an entire line-up of enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions under the Dynamics umbrella. The Redmond Company aims to no less than deliver a new level of connectivity - “business vision to software, people with processes and companies with communities.”

    “We are paving the way for building truly connected businesses, uniting the systems and the people who make companies successful in a sensible and relevant way,” said Jeff Raikes, president of the Microsoft Business Division. “This new generation of Microsoft Dynamics products is designed to work seamlessly with Microsoft Windows Vista, Microsoft Office 2007, and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and lays the foundation for new levels of business productivity.”

    Microsoft Dynamics Sure Step, Real World SOA (service-oriented architecture), Microsoft Dynamics Industry Solutions, Microsoft Dynamics Client for Microsoft Office and SharePoint Server, Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0, Microsoft Dynamics GP (Great Plains) 10.0, Microsoft Dynamics SL (Solomon) 7.0 are the services, methodology and applications that Microsoft will deliver in order to enable the building of connected businesses.

    Microsoft Dynamics customers will be able to benefit from additional implementation, migration and upgrades methodology and tools (Sure Step), a new system integration architecture, a package of 12 Office and SharePoint self-service applications (Dynamics Client for Microsoft Office and SharePoint Server) and a new design experience tailored on Vista and Office 2007.

    Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0, Microsoft Dynamics GP 10.0 and Microsoft Dynamics SL 7.0 are Microsoft's way of putting its money where its month is. The three products represent the next wave of Microsoft ERP applications. Dynamics NAV 5.0, will be available in late March 2007, and will deliver support for Windows Vista, Office 2007. Dynamics GP 10.0 is scheduled for release in June 2007 and will feature in excess of 100 new application capabilities. And in June 2007, Microsoft will ship Dynamics SL 7.0.
    Tuesday, March 13, 2007 1:23 PM

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