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Microsoft Moves Against Salesforce

It's apparently expecting a good deal of switching to go on, or it’s hoping so

Microsoft's Dynamics CRM Online, the cloud version of its Dynamics CRM 2011 and a Salesforce competitor, has finally escaped its North American boundaries and is now available worldwide.

Well, in at least 40 markets at any rate.

Microsoft is apparently expecting a good deal of switching to go on, or it's hoping so. To egg it on it's making Salesforce and Oracle a "Cloud CRM for Less" offer of up to $200 per user that can be applied for services such as migrating data or customizing the solution to meet unique business needs.

There's a free trial at http://crm.dynamics.com and between now and the end of June, it'll cost $34 a user a month for the first 12 months.

The on-premises and partner-hosted versions of Dynamics CRM 2011 follow on February 28.

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