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Microsoft (MSFT) continues to flesh out its mobile app portfolio, announcing plans to sell iOS,...

Microsoft (MSFT) continues to flesh out its mobile app portfolio, announcing plans to sell iOS, Android, BlackBerry, and Windows Phone versions of its Dynamics CRM software in Q2. The software and related services will sell for $30/month, which undercuts the $65/month charged by Salesforce.com (CRM) for a rival solution. Microsoft's Dynamics business posted double-digit growth in calendar Q4.
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  • Bruce Whitaker
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    This is exactly the approach I envisioned MSFT taking. They're going to use their cash hoard to cripple financially weaker rivals. Watch for more price competition to take market share away from Apple, Salesforce and others.
    6 Feb 2012, 10:05 PM Reply Like
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