With the merger of ERP and CRM systems, we have seen technology make significant moves utilizing an app-centric model.
Before considering any change or upgrade in outdated technology with recent, cutting-edge solutions, it’s important to educate yourself on all of your options. All business technology is not the same and Dynamics 365 encompasses features that distinguish it from other popular technology. We have created a webinar series that delivers a deep dive into Dynamics 365 functions, features, costs and benefits. You will be exposed to information that you need to know and be able to see its capabilities in action as you compare your options to decide if upgrading to Microsoft Dynamics 365 is the right decision at this time for your company.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Deep Dive Series – Part 1
One thing that makes this app model unique is the licensing options offered within Microsoft Dynamics 365. Employees may only need access to certain apps and particular sets of data. You have three options for licensing Microsoft Dynamics 365:
1. By the app: License individual apps to be used by key staff. Purchase only what your business needs now and add as your business grows.
2. By the plan: Provide full access to all apps for less than purchasing each app individually.
3. Team Members: Take advantage of Team Member licensing at a significantly reduced cost. Great for ‘light’ users who simply need access for light tasks
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Deep Dive Series – Part 2
- Relationship insights
- Outlook enhancements
- Editable Grids
- Mobile Improvements
- App Modules
- Learning Paths
- Power BI
- Machine Learning, AML, and Artificial Intelligence
These, along with other options, deliver a competitive advantage taking you from mere information gathering to powerful data analysis. You will look at the data being generated through operations and customer interactions through new eyes. You will be able to transform that data into new understanding so that you work more efficiently, anticipate customer’s changing needs and project future operational or customer trends.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Deep Dive Series – Part 3
Connect to a growing network of data sources and services utilizing PowerApps. This includes Office 365, OneDrive, SharePoint and more. Utilize visual designer to create mobile apps that use cameras, bar code reader, GPS, and pen capabilities. Make it easier to create automatic workflows across applications and services using Microsoft Flow. Establish workflows for notifications, synchronize your files, capture key data or other common tasks. There are endless possibilities and, at the end of the day, your people will have an easier way to do their jobs, which increases productivity across your organization.
Microsoft Dynamics 365: Is it right for your business?
Check out this multi-part webinar series to get to know your options with Dynamics 365. And stay tuned for more:
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