TechnologyMicrosoft allows software to be moved to the cloud

Microsoft allows software to be moved to the cloud

Microsoft Dynamics has expanded its online remit giving its users more flexibility in the cloud

Microsoft has expanded its online services as part of its Microsoft Dynamics
enterprise resource planning package, including the expansion of a payment
service and human resources.

“Our customers increasingly appreciate the option of moving certain
applications and services into the cloud while maintaining an on-premise option
for their ERP solution,” said Crispin Read, general manager of Microsoft
Dynamics ERP.

Customers of Microsoft Dynamic can move components that were originally
on-premise to the cloud allowing remote working capabilities and more customer
interaction.

The ERP package allows users to build websites with e-commerce functionality
including human resources facilities, job recruiting and payment services.

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