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Microsoft recognized as a Leader in the 2022 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for Cloud ERP for Product-Centric Enterprises

The past weeks I have intensively studied the yearly Cloud ERP results of Gartner.

In my findings, which I published yesterday, I mainly concentrate on 'trying' to clarify and explain terms and concepts that are being used, because to me "ambiguity reigns supreme", and even I found it difficult to exactly understand what was written down, and I feel in some instances I still don't.

Something we see everyday, the moment consultants, advisors, companies start talking about Cloud-solutions it appears that anything is ready for the Cloud.

No-way: There is a huge difference between Cloud-native, Cloud-enabled and Cloud-based, which seems to correspond with 'Born in the cloud'.

But believe me without knowledge, without proper explanation, for a CIO, CFO or CEO any solutions could be a fit to bring their company to the proposed world of Composability.

Microsoft is one of the leaders in the Magic Quadrant.

And although their solution, like all the other ones, lacks a bit of pure Composability (conform the MACH alliance standards), but who really has it, Microsoft is very transparant on their communication channels what they understand about Single- and Multi-Tenancy, Cloud-Native and Born in the Cloud.

Read my recently published story: How do Single- and Multi-Tenancy, Cloud-Native and Born in the Cloud differ!

Microsoft Dynamics 365 is recognized as a Leader in the 2022 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for Cloud ERP for Product-Centric Enterprises

And yes, it is not only because they have the rigth market presence and Cloud services, they also have the right functionality that a world-wide company needs. I have been investigating their solution for the past month and compared it with the other leader SAP, and some others that did not make it.

Well-done, Microsoft

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