Houston worked at Software Advice from 2007 to 2015. He joined the company shortly after it started and was lucky to be part of its growth, eventually leading to an acquisition by Gartner. During his tenure he helped with everything from picking up breakfast tacos to developing content strategy to building a research team in India. He also penned a few articles over the years, covering trends in software and technology.
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In establishing its foothold in the ERP software market, Microsoft has acquired no less than thirteen companies. Now Microsoft – and their prospects – face the challenge of sorting through the various applications in the Microsoft Dynamics family. With the recent launch of our ERP software service, we decided to shed some light on the Dynamics product.