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