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The Microsoft Dynamics product line is designed to support business management and help companies make important business decisions with confidence. This includes products that encompass customer relationship management (CRM) and enterprise resource planning (ERP). The primary Microsoft Dynamics products are: Microsoft Dynamics AX, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Microsoft Dynamics GP, Microsoft Dynamics NAV, and Microsoft Dynamics SL.

Dynamics AX

Designed for midsize and larger companies, Microsoft Dynamics AX (formerly Microsoft Axapta) is a multi-language, multi-currency enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution. With core strengths in manufacturing and e-business, there is an additional strong functionality for the wholesale and services industries.

Dynamics CRM

Microsoft Dynamics CRM is a sophisticated business application platform that provides the basic services required by ISVs, VARs, and even business analysts to build upon. A wide range of applications can be created with this platform. These applications may be based on Microsoft Dynamics CRM but are not limited to CRM-type applications.

Dynamics GP

Microsoft Dynamics GP is a business management solution that provides growing and midsize organizations with complete and scalable financial and operational functionality. Several development tools are available that can be used to customize and create integrations for Microsoft Dynamics GP.

Dynamics NAV

Microsoft Dynamics NAV is a business management solution that helps small and mid-sized organizations streamline their highly specialized business processes, rapidly adapting to the unique way they do business. Through the rapid adaptability, simplified customization, and ease of use offered by Microsoft Dynamics NAV, you can easily add functionality, custom applications, and online business capabilities that enhance the built-in industry-specific functionality that's relevant to the local needs of customers' businesses.

Dynamics AX Blogs

MFP's Blog

Vanja Kashperuk’s Blog

Microsoft Dynamics Developer Center

Dynamics CRM Team Blog Dynamics Blog Feed

Microsoft Dynamics Developer Center

Get ready to catch the CRM 2015 wave!
Applies to: CRM 2015, CRM Online 2015 Update, Microsoft Dynamics Marketing 2015 Update, Microsoft Social Listening 2014 R2 The next major update to th... more
Thursday, Sep 18 crmblog
New technical articles for Microsoft Dynamics Marketing
Check out the new technical articles for Microsoft Dynamics Marketing! Read these articles to know best practices and other important techniques for M... more
Monday, Sep 15 crmblog
New sample code for Dynamics CRM mobile development on Windows 8
Have you wanted to write Windows 8.1 store apps, including universal apps, that can access the Dynamics CRM web service but found the OAuth, SOAP, and... more
Monday, Sep 8 crmblog
Announcing Spring ’14 Release Videos for Microsoft Dynamics CRM Now Available
Applies to: Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Microsoft Dynamics Marketing and Microsoft Social Listening Did you know that every second there are close to 50,0... more
Friday, Aug 29 crmblog

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Dynamics GP Blog Dynamics Blog Feed

David Musgrave David Musgraves' Blog
David Musgrave is based in Perth, Western Australia and has been working as a Microsoft Dynamics GP (Great Plains) developer and consultant since v2.0 in 1994 (from 2001 with Microsoft). He is currently working with the Microsoft Dynamics GP Asia Pacific support team as their Escalation Engineer.

Microsoft Dynamics Developer Center

Support Debugging Tool Build 19 released
It is time to release a new build of the Support Debugging Tool for Microsoft Dynamics GP for versions 10.0, GP 2010 (v11.0) and GP 2013 (v12.0). Buil... more
Friday, Sep 19
New Microsoft Dynamics GP Videos
Last week, the Microsoft Dynamics YouTube Channel released 3 new videos for Microsoft Dynamics GP. Below are the videos for your watching pleasure. If... more
Wednesday, Sep 17
How to Fix a Setup File is from a later version Error from the Support Debugging Tool when doing a Test Upgrade
This post revisits the issue previously discussed in the blog post: How to Fix a Setup File is from a later version Error from the Support Debugging... more
Tuesday, Sep 16

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Dynamics NAV Team Blog Dynamics Blog Feed

Microsoft Dynamics Developer Center

Cumulative Update 18 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 has been released
Cumulative update 18 includes all application and platform hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013. T... more
Thursday, Sep 11
Cumulative Update 11 for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 has been released
Cumulative update 11 includes all application and platform hotfixes and regulatory features that have been released for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2... more
Thursday, Sep 11
Reservations versus Planning and Projected availability calculation
Nice and interesting topic when it comes to planning, existing reservations and how projected inventory work together. To start with, our NAV Supply P... more
Tuesday, Sep 9
Windows Regional Settings and Number Formatting in RDLC Reports
You probably know this blog post from Robert Miller: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/nav/archive/2014/03/25/formatted-decimal-values-dropping-symbols-in-rdlc.... more
Monday, Sep 8

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Register Now! The Microsoft Dynamics AX Technical Conference will be held February 3-5, 2014 in Bellevue, WA, USA.

This is the premier technical event focused on Microsoft Dynamics AX. Whether you're just starting out or looking to go deeper with your product knowledge, the Technical Conference provides you the opportunity to stay up-to-date on upcoming capabilities and interact directly with the people that build Microsoft Dynamics AX.

Register by December 4 to take advantage of the early registration pricing! You can sign up for email alerts, send questions about the event, or browse a recap of the 2012 event on the event website. Questions? Contact MBS Events Inbox.

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Convergence 2014 will take place March 4-7 in Atlanta, GA. As the premier event for the Microsoft Dynamics community, Convergence is where opportunity and innovation meet to deliver real business value. Discover the full potential of your Microsoft Dynamics solutions. Register today. Questions? Contact MBS Events Inbox.


Microsoft Dynamics Developer Center

Facility Management Sample for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012
The Facility Management sample application for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 is now available. This code sample is designed to show y... more
Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Available
The Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 release is now available. The latest version of Microsoft Dynamics AX contains many exciting new fe... more
Updated Developer Documentation for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012
Updated developer documentation for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 has been released on August 1. This update contains both new and re... more
Security Profiler Tool for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009
Need to find out what security keys are needed in a particular form or report? Download this great tool that allows you to gather ... more
See the Future of X++ and .NET
Find out more about the future of X++ and its integration with .NET directly from the MSDAX product team. This video featu... more

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