So, with Salesforce.com's shindig coming up this week, who's looking to play the poop in the punch bowl? None other than Microsoft, which is offering customers up to $200 per seat to switch CRM providers to Dynamics from, oh, say...Oracle...or maybe Salesforce.com.
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