Microsoft last month announced the launch of hosted versions of its Dynamics GP 2013 and Dynamics NAV 2013 business software.
The Windows developer has several enterprise resource planning (ERP) software families within its Dynamics portfolio and has been keen to emphasise in recent years that they are available as web-based applications running on its Windows Azure application platform.
Announcing that Microsoft Dynamics certified partners can now offer Microsoft Dynamics NAV and GP solutions in the cloud, Microsoft Dynamics ERP senior director Paul White explained, “This means your solution can now be hosted in a secure, private cloud on a Windows Azure Virtual Machine. End users can access the solution using Web or desktop clients, either from the office or on the go using mobile devices.”
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