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CRM version numbering - confusion...

First question:

I'm actually a bit confused with CRM version numbering.

There is (if I understood correctly):

CRM 4.0

CRM 5.0

CRM 2006s (which is CRM 5.2 - intermediate release)

CRM 2007 (intermediate release? is that CRM 6.0?)

CRM 7.0

Is it correct to assume that CRM 200x are releases with "special" downported functionality where as the non-CRM 200x releases are the "full versions"?

Second question:

is showing only CRM 2007 and CRM 7.0 - no CRM 5.0 available (although current release). And most interestingly, the CRM 7.0 content is filled with "Test N" PDFs with strange screenshots...




From what I understand:

CRM 40 - Full GA release

CRM 40 SIE - bolt on release to CRM 40

CRM 50 - Full GA release

Then here is where things get interesting

CRM 2006s consists of

CRM 510 - which was a internal release and mainly for CRM on demand

CRM 520 - which was an interim release that never made GA, but was made available to limited set of customers

CRM 2007 is CRM 60 and is considered a full GA release and

CRM 7.0 which will only start rampup later this year and eventually will become the CRM equivalent to ECC 6.0 (supporting enhancement packs, etc).

This is very confusing in terms of what should be done. If you are on CRM 40 then you probably need to upgrade to CRM 2007 since standard maintenance ends next year. If you are on CRM 50 then you can wait for CRM 7.0 or take advantage of CRM 2007 immediately. If your current CRM system is more like shelfware with low user adoption, then CRM 2007 could give you immediate benefits without implementing any new functionality beyond the UI.

In regards to your second question, I don't know what they are doing with I guess those are placeholders for the new release. The overview materials on CRM 2007 out there, do give a good overview. You can always buy the OKP for CRM 2007 to get more information.

Take care,


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