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Convergence: Dynamics Customer Breakdown

As part of Microsoft Convergence this week in Atlanta, Anya Ciecierski of the ERP Software Blog asked a Microsoft spokesperson for an update on the number of Dynamics customers worldwide by product.

According to the blog, it's a NAV world when it comes to Microsoft's customer base.

Microsoft Dynamics NAV accounts for 102,000 companies, followed by Dynamics GP at 47,000, Dynamics Retail Management System at 45,000, Dynamics CRM at 40,000, Dynamics AX at 19,000, and Dynamics SL at 13,500.

Of those, Dynamics GP is growing the fastest, followed closely by Dynamics NAV, while Dynamics SL is stagnant. Ciecierski's blog has more detail and analysis here.

For more Convergence coverage, check out Gladys Rama's keynote roundup here.

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Posted by Scott Bekker on March 05, 2014 at 11:38 AM


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