Last month, Microsoft announced that CRM 2015 would be coming out in the fourth quarter of 2014.  Microsoft has been very focused on marketing in this release, and with their acquisition of MarketingPilot, now Microsoft Dynamics Marketing,  I think some marketing departments are gonna be very happy with the next major release of CRM. Check out some of the new features in the Microsoft Release Preview Guide.

On the technical front, CRM 2015 will only support Windows Server 2012 and SQL Server 2012 and (presumably) up.  This means if you’re running Windows Server 2008 / SQL Server 2008 , it’s time to start thinking about an upgrade. You might even consider upgrading your current instance now, assuming it is compatible with the 2012 versions.

Keep your browser tuned to the Get Ready page for the latest updates on CRM 2015.

Details on new features