Bob Stutz Quits Microsoft Dynamics CRM Post

In a shocking move, Bob Stutz (pictured), corporate vice president at Microsoft, has quit his job. Stutz has been the face behind Microsoft Dynamics CRM in recent years.

EUBob Stutz will be leaving Microsoft and will take a well-deserved break,EU the company said in a statement. EUOver the past three and a half years, Bob and his team have transformed Dynamics CRM from an industry challenger to a clear leader. We thank Bob for his contributions and wish him the best in his next adventure.EU

Microsoft has named Jujhar Singh as his replacement. Singh has served under Stutz as the general manager of Dynamics CRM, where he specializes in developing and marketing enterprise software applications particularly for the front office. Neither Stutz nor Singh was immediately available for comment.

EUJujhar has been a key driver of innovation in our CRM business and was responsible for the product strategy and direction of the Dynamics CRM product line and incubating newly acquired companies,EU Microsoft said in the statement.

The Internal Memo

In an internal Microsoft memo leaked to the press, Scott Guthrie, head of MicrosoftEUs Cloud and Enterprise Group, said with Dynamics CRM 2016 release cycle coming to a close, EUBob Stutz has made the decision to leave Microsoft to pursue new opportunities.EU

However, the nature of those new opportunities is not yet clear. Stutz, who came to Microsoft after a long stint as senior vice president and general manager of business solutions at HP, helped propel the Dynamics CRM business.

In MicrosoftEUs fiscal year 2015, the company doubled its CRM Online revenue and more than tripled its year-over-year net seat adds. The company also reported significant market validation of its vision and solutions as it achieved leadership positions in top analyst reports and received numerous industry awards.

EUWe are on track to launch our upcoming release of Dynamics...

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