"Businesses are increasingly looking for intelligent customer engagement solutions that provide a great mobile experience and Wijmo 5's touch support and mobile-friendly user interactions enable us to deliver that for our customers" said Param Kahlon, GM Microsoft Dynamics CRM Engineering at Microsoft. "With Wijmo’s extensibility model, the Microsoft Dynamics team was able to quickly customize and incorporate Wijmo 5 controls into our new release."
Top Reasons Microsoft Dynamics chose Wijmo 5:
- Touch Support
- Mobile-Friendly User Interactions
- Broad Device Support
- Clean Design and Highly-customizable
- Globalization for 40+ Cultures
- Flexible Input and Gauges Control
As to what is on the horizon for Wijmo, the company is planning to release a new installment of Wijmo (2016 v1) on March 15, 2016. Chris Bannon, product manager at GrapeCity, announced, "Our v1 release will offer new OLAP pivot controls focused on top performance and zero dependencies, along with several enhancements to input, exporting charts, creating PDF’s and full support for Angular 2."
Wijmo's collaboration with Microsoft, the upcoming release and the announcement of full Angular 2 support, is indicative of Wijmo's commitment to provide the most complete control toolset to help developers deliver touch-first, highly-responsive web apps across the enterprise.
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