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This is what you need to know about DynaRent’s project functionality in Dynamics 365

DynaRent’s flawless integration with Microsoft Dynamics 365 Projects The integration of DynaRent with the project functionality in Microsoft Dynamics 365 will have several benefits for industrial project companies, for example, better cash flow and the flexibility to immediately deduct all costs. Furthermore, the project functionality provides reduced overhead for service and storage, and the opportunity […]

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Achieving Supply Chain Excellence through Consignment Inventory in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations

An enormous amount of money is spent on managing and tracking inventory in most industries. One way to reduce this expenditure is by opting for consignment inventory. In this model, goods are sent by a consignor (generally a supplier) to a consignee (generally a vendor or retailer) who agrees to sell the goods. The ownership […]

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Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations – Improving Productivity with Workspaces

The continued focus on delivering personalized experiences and engaging customers with intelligent insights has been Microsoft’s main concern. With the launch of the latest edition of Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, workspaces are now directly embedded into the system, enabling users to access powerful, and timely data without having to leave the Dynamics […]

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Cloud solution, how do you know what you need?

Your company needs a new cloud solution. But during your research, you find so much information and so many different possible solutions. So how do you choose? What should your priorities be in selecting the right solution? We will give you a few pointers to make the process of choosing a bit easier. Security of […]

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