1. Microsoft Dynamics™ AX

Microsoft Dynamics AX

Microsoft Dynamics™ AX is designed for midsize and larger companies, as a multilanguage, multicurrency enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution. Its core strengths are in manufacturing and e-business, and it includes strong functionality for the wholesale and services industries.

Microsoft Dynamics™ AX includes applications for financial management, customer relationship management, supply chain management, human resource management, project management, and analytics. Because it integrates with widely-familiar Microsoft products such as Microsoft SQL Server, BizTalk Server, Exchange, Office, and Windows, employees can work with the tools they are likely to be already familiar with, lowering training costs.

2. Microsoft Dynamics™ NAV

Microsoft Dynamics NAV

Microsoft Dynamics NAV (formerly known as Navision) is an innovative Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system that automates and streamlines business processes. This comprehensive business application for small-to-midsize organizations is scalable, easy to configure, and simple to use. If your business outgrows your current financial software or legacy system, Microsoft Dynamics NAV will be an ideal replacement for your business.

The flagship release known as Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 offers a breakthrough user experience and technology innovations that enable cloud deployment, simplify access to information, improve organizational agility, streamline integration with a wide range of applications, and enhance reporting capabilities — even for the most highly specialized industries and organizations.

3. Microsoft Dynamics™ CRM

Microsoft Dynamics CRM

Microsoft Dynamics™ CRM version 2011, an all-new customer relationship management (CRM) system that gives every customer-facing employee the information they need to truly impress customers. With Microsoft Dynamics CRM, you can create a centralized repository of customer data that sits neatly alongside Microsoft Office and Microsoft Office Outlook-the applications your employees probably use every day. From Outlook, employees access Microsoft Dynamics CRM sales, marketing, and customer service modules to make sales decisions, market products, solve problems, and get strategic views of the business. It's CRM that works-and works very well-because it works the way your users already do, works the way your business already does, and works the way technology should. Microsoft Dynamics™ CRM 2011 was designed to give businesses what they want most in a CRM system-a customer relationship management that people will use. It works the way your business does. Your information technology (IT) staff can integrate Microsoft Dynamics CRM with existing systems. Your sales forces can use Microsoft Dynamics CRM without ever leaving Microsoft Outlook. Microsoft offers CRM in two editions-Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Small Business Edition and Microsoft Dynamics™ CRM 2011 Professional Edition. Both build on previous versions to help businesses of all sizes develop stronger and more profitable relationships. Here's a quick look at the latest Microsoft CRM features.

4. Microsoft Dynamics™ GP

Microsoft Dynamics GP

Microsoft Dynamics™ GP is a comprehensive business management solution built on the highly scalable and affordable platform of Microsoft technologies. It offers a cost-effective solution for managing and integrating finances, e-commerce, supply chain, manufacturing, project accounting, field service, customer relationships, and human resources. Microsoft Dynamics™ GP is easy to deploy and configure, and with its modular approach you can license only the functions you currently need, with the option of adding users and additional capabilities in the future.