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Dynamics is a line of enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) software applications. Microsoft
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markets Dynamics applications through a network of reselling partners who provide specialized services.[1] Very few installations take place without the aid of third-party resellers. In its 2013 update, the first since 2009, Microsoft
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removed the ability of users to access certain features (such as report writing) without the assistance of members of Microsoft's approved reseller network.[2] Microsoft
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Dynamics forms part of "Microsoft Business
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Solutions". Dynamics can be used with other Microsoft programs and services, such as SharePoint, Yammer, Office 365, Azure and Outlook. The Microsoft
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Dynamics focus-industries are retail, services, manufacturing, financial services, and the public sector.[citation needed] Microsoft
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Dynamics offers services for small, medium, and large businesses.[3][4][5]

Contents

1 Products 2 Related products 3 References 4 External links

Products[edit] Microsoft
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Dynamics ERP comprises a group of enterprise resource planning products aimed at different market segments, ranging from Dynamics GP for SMBs to Dynamics AX geared toward medium to large organizations with multi- language, currency, and legal entity capability. Microsoft
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Dynamics ERP includes the following primary products: New Dynamics Suite

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Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations Enterprise Edition (formerly Microsoft
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Dynamics AX) - ERP and CRM software-as-a-service solution meant for mid-sized and large enterprises. Integrating both Dynamics AX and Dynamics CRM features, consisting of the following modules: for Financials and Operations, for Sales Enterprise, for Marketing, for Customer Service, for Field Service, for Project Service Automation. Easily connected with Office 365
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and PowerBi. Microsoft
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Dynamics 365 Business
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Central (formerly Microsoft
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Dynamics NAV) - ERP and CRM software-as-a-service solution meant for small and mid-sized businesses. Integrating both Dynamics NAV and Dynamics CRM features, consisting of the following modules: for Financials and Operations, for Sales Professionals, for Marketing. Easily connected with Office 365
Office 365
and PowerBi.

Original Dynamics Suite

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Dynamics NAV (formerly Navision) - Microsoft's main ERP software solution designed to help small and mid-sized businesses jumpstart their financial insights and distribution management and then easily extend into all functional areas. It features multiple languages and multiple currencies. Microsoft
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Dynamics AX (formerly Axapta) - Microsoft's main ERP software solution used for mid-sized and large enterprises. Multi-language, multi-currency with global business management features for financial, human resources, and operations management as well as additional industry capabilities for retailers, professional service industries, financial service businesses, manufacturers, and public-sector organizations. Microsoft
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Dynamics GP (formerly Great Plains Software) - delivers small and midsize businesses comprehensive out-of-the-box business management functionality, from financials and human resource management to manufacturing and operations. Focuses mostly on the North America market. Microsoft
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Dynamics SL (formerly Solomon) - provides access to powerful project and financial management capabilities designed to meet the unique needs of project-driven organizations. Microsoft
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Dynamics C5 (formerly Concorde C5) - based on Microsoft Dynamics NAV and focuses almost entirely on the Denmark market. Can assist with finance, manufacturing, supply chains, analytics and electronic commerce for small and mid-sized enterprises. Microsoft
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Dynamics CRM - is the customer relationship management solution from Microsoft
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that provides sales, service, marketing and PSA capabilities. Microsoft
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sells Microsoft
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Dynamics CRM separately from the ERP products. CRM is available either as on-premises software or as a software-as-a-service offering called " Microsoft
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Dynamics 365 for Sales / Customer Service / Field Service / Project Service Automation".

Related products[edit] Microsoft
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Dynamics includes a set of related products:

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Dynamics Management Reporter. Management Reporter is a financial reporting and analysis application. Its main feature is to create income statements, balance sheet statements, cash flow statements and other financial reports. Reports can be stored in a centralised Report Library along with external supporting files. Security on reports and files may be controlled using Windows Authentication and SQL Server. Microsoft
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Dynamics for Retail (formerly Microsoft
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Dynamics RMS, QuickSell 2000 and Dynamics POS) Microsoft
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Dynamics for Marketing (formerly MDM and MarketingPilot 2012) Microsoft
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Dynamics Social Listening (formerly Netbreeze 2013) Microsoft
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Flow, a toolkit for implementing business workflow solutions. Parature customer engagement software in the customer support and service channels (acquired in January 2014)[6]

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also sells, for additional cost, its Microsoft
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Dynamics Sure Step, as an implementation methodology for Microsoft
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Dynamics for its re-sellers to utilize. References[edit]

^ Microsoft
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Dynamics ERP ^ "What's New: Developer and IT Pro Changes for Microsoft
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Dynamics NAV 2013 R2". Microsoft. Retrieved 2014-01-11.  ^ "Small Business
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ERP: Microsoft
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Dynamics GP, NAV, SL". microsoft.com. Microsoft
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Dynamics. Retrieved 8 September 2014.  ^ " Microsoft
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Business
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Solutions: CRM & ERP Enterprise Solutions". Microsoft
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Dynamics. Retrieved 8 September 2014.  ^ TechNet Wiki: Importance of Microsoft
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Dynamics ERP for SMBs ^ https://techcrunch.com/2014/01/06/microsoft-acquires-parature-for-100m-in-deal-to-bolster-knowledge-base-for-dynamics-crm-platform/

http://www.computerweekly.com/feature/Microsoft-Business-Solutions-an-expert-view External links[edit]

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Dynamics Official Website Microsoft
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Dynamics AX 2012 Launches Worldwide Microsoft
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Dynamics at Curlie (based on DMOZ)

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