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axapta users  applications: MBS Axapta—The Microsoft Axapta 3.0 Service Pack 4 will be released in the second quarter of 2005, whereas the availability of a beta version of Microsoft Axapta 4.0 is expected in the fourth quarter of 2005 with a release to manufacturing expected in the first half of 2006. MBS Great Plains—Microsoft launched Microsoft Great Plains 8.0 Extensions in the first quarter of 2005, whereas in the fourth quarter of 2005, Microsoft Great Plains 9.0 and Microsoft Business Solutions Business

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