Microsoft Dynamics CRM Now Has More than 2.25 Million Users

The service has been adopted by over 33,000 customers

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Microsoft’s Dynamics CRM is enjoying great momentum, and the Redmond-based software giant is sharing some more info on the matter.

Microsoft’s Dynamics CRM is enjoying great momentum, and the Redmond-based software giant is sharing some more info on the matter.

There are over 2.25 million users on Dynamics CRM at the moment, courtesy of Microsoft’s 33,000 customers who have adopted the service thus far.

The company claims record number of customers who are “making the Dynamic Business transformation,” and says it is pleased with the adoption its offering has been registering lately.

“Customers such as Hunter Douglas Group, Rockwater Energy Solutions and World Vision Inc. are taking advantage of the simplicity and agility that Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 delivers today,” Microsoft notes.

“Lotus F1 Team has chosen Microsoft Dynamics for its end-to-end business transformation, from design and manufacturing to retail and merchandising operations,” the company continues.

Customers such as Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada, Specialists On Call Inc., Nissin Foods Co., The Bradshaw Group Inc., Sta-Home Health & Hospice, Hydro Resources Inc., Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts and the New York Jets are also relying on the capabilities of Microsoft Dynamics to drive their success.

Based on the great level of adoption that Dynamics CRM has already registered, Microsoft decided to expand its availability, and will release mobile clients for platforms such as Android, BlackBerry, iOS and Windows Phone in the next few months.

Microsoft touts its Dynamics solutions as capable of providing people with all they need to be more productive, while enabling organizations to take advantage of their systems for a longer period of time.

“The most successful businesses are powered by individuals who are contributing fully, able to make a difference, and committed to their company’s success,” the Redmond-based software giant notes.

“Microsoft can help individuals – and organizations – realize their full potential and drive significant impact by offering an end to end business solution that is flexible and easy to use.”

Microsoft is offering some more info on its Dynamic Business vision through the white paper that can be found on the Microsoft Dynamics website.

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