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Three Can’t Miss Dynamics 365 New Features Coming Soon

To give customers the biggest bang for their buck, Microsoft regularly updates its Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations ERP solution. The next release is coming in April 2018. This year’s spring release is bringing a bunch of Dynamics 365 new features you won’t want to miss. Let me introduce you to a few of […]

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Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Relationship Sales

Microsoft Relationship Sales – combines LinkedIn Sales Navigator & Dynamics 365 for Sales – allowing users to foster customer relationships by unifying social and sales data to identify the right leads and connect with them through personalized engagement. The combination of these two solutions provides users with the ability to: Build relationships with the right […]

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The New Face of Dynamics 365 – Coming This Spring

Any business, no matter how large, must always pay attention to customer feedback, product reviews and requests for services. And Microsoft is doing just that. At this year’s Inner Circle event that recognizes top performing Microsoft partners, and gets feedback from extremely committed Microsoft Dynamics service providers, a lot of changes were suggested to the […]

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How Dynamics 365 Makes the Job of an Executive Easier

Today, I want to continue my blog series on how Dynamics 365 can make many people’s jobs easier. If you missed last month’s post on how Dynamics 365 can help accounting and finance professionals reach their goals, you may view it here. But now, I would like to focus on why Microsoft Dynamics 365 makes […]

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Meet Dynamics 365. Discover How It Is Different Than Other ERP and CRM Systems

When Microsoft released Dynamics 365 last year, it gave us a product that is radically different from the other ERP and CRM solutions we've seen from the company in the past.   What Makes Dynamics 365 Different It’s cloud-based—Except CRM, all the Microsoft Dynamics products have needed to run on a client’s own server, or […]

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Business or Enterprise Edition, Which Dynamics 365 Licensing Option Should I Choose?

Are you interested in using Dynamics 365 to manage your finance and operations, but confused by the licensing?  You are not alone. Depending on your needs, you can buy Dynamics 365 apps to handle sales to HR and everything in between. Thus, creating an end to end system that fits your business like a glove. […]

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Getting Started with Dynamics 365: 7 Steps

Depending on your perspective, implementing new business software can be exciting, frustrating or a little bit of both. One of the tasks that can often be hardest, is getting everyone moved over to a new system. But, it doesn’t have to be. I’m going to give you an overview of the seven steps you need […]

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6 Simple, Code Free Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customizations Every User Should Know About

With Dynamics 365, you don’t have to be a large company or have an IT professional on staff to make the system your own. There are many Dynamics 365 customizations you can make to the system, without ever touching a line of code. In this blog. I’m going to give you a quick overview of […]

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WebSan Solutions Offers “5 Head to Head Comparisons of Dynamics 365 for Financials and QuickBooks Online” Webinar

Download our FREE Microsoft Dynamics 365 Demo Since Dynamics 365 for Financials’ release back in Fall 2016, one of the most asked about topics is how the software compares to QuickBooks. Dynamics 365 for Financials has been promoted by Microsoft as its offering for small to medium-sized businesses looking for software that can not only […]

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Dynamics 365 FAQs—Everything you Need to Know About Microsoft’s Newest ERP

Since Microsoft first introduced Dynamics 365 at the tail end of 2016, there’s been a great deal of confusion surrounding the product and what it means for current and potential Dynamics customers. So, we thought it might be helpful to our readers if we took a few minutes to answer some of the most common […]

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