Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 is built on a sophisticated line-of-business application platform that provides the basic services required by ISVs and developers to build upon. While this ability is clearly applicable in CRM-type scenarios, Microsoft Dynamics CRM also supports a wide range of other business applications (xRM-type scenarios, helping people manage all kinds of connections and relationships of all forms: government to citizen, politician to constituent) with the essentials required for building, delivering and maintaining them in a multi-tenant Software+Services environment.  In this white paper we explore how, with Microsoft Dynamics CRM, an ISV can quickly build, deploy and manage line-of-business applications.

 

Developing xRM Business Applications (White Paper from Microsoft)

David Yack shares various details on building business applications using CRM platform. Download this white-paper here.

 

Business Application Platform (White Paper from Ascentium)

Jason Hunt and Aaron Elder of Ascentium share their perspective in this white-paper to build business applications. Download this white-paper here.

 

Opportunity for ISVs (White Paper from Microsoft)

Independent Software Vendor (ISV) partners have excellent opportunities to increase customer reach and generate incremental revenue by providing value-added solutions such as vertical solutions, integrations and application add-ons based on market and business focus. Download this white-paper here.

 

Two Previous Blogs on Potential of Dynamics CRM as Platform

Microsoft Dynamics CRM: Future of Business Application Development Platforms

Microsoft Dynamics CRM Platform: How to Differentiate and/or Win?

 

Sanjay Jain

Microsoft Dynamics ISV Architect Evangelist

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