With today’s technology, the shift has been towards a focus on combined ERP and CRM systems working within an app-centric model.
Obviously, it’s important to do your research before you decide to replace your outdated technology. understanding the options because they are not all the same. Dynamics 365 contains features that sets it apart from the competition. Take a deep dive with us by watching our webinar series on Dynamics 365 features, functions, costs and benefits. We’ll provide you with the information you need and let you see our technology in action so you can truly evaluate your options and determine whether a move to Microsoft Dynamics 365 is the right decision for your organization.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Deep Dive Series – Part 1
Various licensing options offered in Microsoft Dynamics 365 make this app model quite different. Since not all of your employees necessarily need access to all of apps or data, we give you have three options for licensing Microsoft Dynamics 365:
1. By the app: Key staff can be licensed to use individual apps. Purchase only what is needed now and add more as you grow your business.
2. By the plan: An “all-in-one” full access option that gives you access to all applications more affordably than purchasing each app individually.
3. Team Members: Light tasks required for ‘light’ users—allows you to take advantage of Team Member licensing at a greatly reduced cost.
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 and other capabilities help your organization realize the power of data by transforming information into a competitive advantage. View your data being generated through operations and customer interactions in a more meaningful and insightful way. Then, transform the data into more efficient methods, allowing you to anticipate customer needs and predict future operational or customer trends.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Deep Dive Series – Part 3
PowerApps puts you in touch with an ever-expanding network of data sources and services, including Office 365, OneDrive, SharePoint and more. Create mobile apps that use cameras, GPS, bar code reader and pen capabilities using visual designer. Microsoft Flow helps you create automatic workflows that cross over applications and services, allowing you to establish workflows for notifications, synchronize files, capture key data and other common tasks. The capability is there and the possibilities are endless. When all is said and done, your employees will have easier access to data, improving their productivity throughout the organization.
Will you Benefit from Dynamics 365? We believe the answer is, “yes”
Learn more about Dynamics 365 by watching this multi-part webinar series. And there’s more:
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