Microsoft Dynamics SL has driven business success since the 1980s, back when the product was known  simply as  Microsoft Dynamics Solomon, and before it was acquired by Microsoft. Even now, small and  medium enterprises rely on Microsoft Dynamics SL 2015 and Microsoft Dynamics SL 2018, the most recent  versions of the product, to drive their finances and operations. However, as more and more companies  move to cloud-based ERP systems with virtually unlimited support timelines, it’s becoming more  difficult to justify remaining on SL and dealing with versioning hurdles every few years. For this  reason, an increasing number of MS Dynamics SL users are migrating to Microsoft Dynamics 365.