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Microsoft Unveils Dynamics Retail Application

Microsoft took the wraps off of a retail component of the Dynamics suite of business applications this week.

Perhaps hoping for better things from America's Team, Microsoft included in its press release a Dallas Cowboys customer reference that ended up being somewhat poorly timed. No doubt Jerry Jones installed the Dynamics retail app himself and does all the maintenance on it, such is his obsession with controlling every detail of his football team, including fourth-quarter coaching. Apparently, not even Microsoft Dynamics can deliver a playoff victory.

Posted by Lee Pender on January 16, 2008 at 11:54 AM


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