Microsoft Named a Leader in Magic Quadrant: Product-Centric Enterprises 

As we head into 2024, it’s important to take some time and reflect on the accomplishments of the year prior. Microsoft has continued to accumulate recognition for their accomplishments within the ERP technology space and were recently recognized as a leader in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant – Cloud ERP for Product-Centric Enterprises.  

According to Gartner, “Product-centric organizations are adopting cloud ERP applications with superior process automation and analytic capabilities.” Microsoft Dynamics 365 has continued to excel in these areas, and continues to leverage and invest in the services of its Azure platform – allowing for the integration of Microsoft Dynamics 365 with other applications and technologies (including Teams, Power BI, Co-Pilot/AI, and Microsoft 365) to expand functionality. “Application leaders should use this Magic Quadrant to evaluate cloud ERP vendors as part of a composable strategy that emphasizes process standardization and agility.” 

Gartner Magic Quadrant Leader

What is a Magic Quadrant Leader? 

You may be asking, what does it exactly mean to be a ‘Leader’ in the magic quadrant? According to Gartner, leaders demonstrate a market-defining vision of how ERP product-centric systems and processes can be supported and improved by moving them to the cloud. They also have the ability to execute their vision through products, services, and go-to-market strategies, along with a strong presence in the market. Leaders have functionality across all areas of operational and administrative ERP. Microsoft specifically was named a leader due to the following strengths: 

  • Technical Ecosystem 
  • Extensibility 
  • Modern User Experience 

If you would like to learn more about the Magic Quadrant and how Microsoft is a leader, read the full report here – Gartner Reprint  

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