Five reasons to choose Microsoft Dynamics 365

Five Reasons to Choose Microsoft Dynamics 365

Microsoft Dynamics 365 combines Microsoft’s ERP and CRM products, affording businesses an integrated productivity suite that takes advantage of the latest advances in machine learning and cloud streaming. With a modular pricing structure, it also saves organisations and individuals from sacrificing service quality in favour of budgets. But this is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the many benefits of Dynamics 365. Here are five more key ones. 1. User-friendliness Outboarding an entire …

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500-Million-user Database Now Accessible to Dynamics 365 Users

Microsoft bought LinkedIn in December last year for $26billion, and now the company has introduced its first major integration. We’re looking forward to seeing how developers and others in the chain take advantage of this new integration. The corporation has taken the excellent step of connecting LinkedIn’s Sales Navigator tool to Dynamics 365, enabling salespeople to access its 500-million-user database. Empowering teams This means that sales teams across the world will now be empowered …

How Microsoft’s Cloud and Enterprise Mission Is Transforming Dynamics GP

Microsoft is a company driven forward by two core areas of its business: cloud and enterprise (C + E). Here, we explore how Dynamics GP – one of Microsoft’s core ERP technologies – is transforming as a result of this focus. The march towards C + E In the Dynamics arena, this has meant that the most recent iteration of Microsoft’s premium CRM solution, Dynamics CRM, has come with productivity integration out of the box. For example, Power BI for Office 365 cloud service works with Microsoft …

Elusive AX 7 assumptions

This year’s AXUG Summit has been and gone. There’s been relatively little chatter coming out of the Microsoft Dynamics development team about their next edition of AX, AX 7, previously codenamed “Rainier”. Here we’ll give you the low-down regarding all the information we’ve learnt over the past couple of weeks. What’s next for Dynamics AX professionals? AX 2012, first…   AX 2012 is set to receive some new additions this year that will to significantly improve …

CONV2014 update: AX and the Internet of Things

AX and the Internet of Things: At Conspicuous, part of our job is keeping up to date with the insanely-fast-moving world of Microsoft Dynamics, and that’s why we’re at the prestigious Convergence Conference held this year in Barcelona. Yesterday, in Kirill Tatarinov’s keynote speech we heard about the Internet of Things, and a little about the next phase for AX… The internet of yesteryear is well and truly gone The traditional idea of the internet as a system of interconnected machines …

Convergence 2014: How to get the most value from the event

“It’s where opportunity and innovation meet.” Conspicuous will be there! Our aim is to learn more about the Dynamics’ solutions and make sure we’re the most up-to-speed Microsoft Dynamics recruiters in Europe. But before we arrive in Barcelona, we’ll be creating a battle plan to get the most out of it. 1. Be seen  First off, we’ll be doing our best to find out who’s going to be there and in what capacity. We will be arranging meetings with clients and potential clients.  …

Dynamics CRM 2015: What’s new?

The lines once drawn between marketing and sales are no more. At least that’s what Microsoft claimed in their September announcement that CRM 2015, Dynamics CRM Online and Microsoft Dynamics Marketing services are going to be updated and available this year.  With that in mind, we’ve had a look at the latest Dynamics CRM 2015 features, mostly centered on increased collaboration and mobility.   Sales and marketing   A superb sales collaboration panel gives sales …

Microsoft Dynamics redundancies: Is the UK safe?

As news begins to filter down that the layoff of Microsoft staff has impacted the Microsoft Dynamics GP and AX teams in the US, and Microsoft not publicly stating precisely which roles will go in each subsidiary, it’s easy to become worried that this will negatively impact the UK Dynamics business. When organisational change takes place at a global level, and especially when it involves dynamics redundancies, it’s natural for a local subsidiary not to reveal any information.  But there are …

Is this the story of Microsoft and Minecraft’s future?

With Microsoft’s announcement that it has acquired the Minecraft creators Mojang, the world’s press has been lit up.  From Bloomberg to Newsround, everyone is speculating on what the impact of this purchase will be. The product In comments posted across sites including BBC.com, Geekwire, and TotalXbox, one of the big questions is whether Minecraft will stay true to the original ‘bootstrapper’ spirit and whether it will continue to be developed on all platforms.  One reporter …

Microsoft: Partner or leader?

Microsoft has a reputation for being a leader rather than a partner, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing as it exudes commitment to their agenda. But for many, the tech giant is seen to push its own plans rather recognize those of its partners. Microsoft aims to be the leader. This is apparent as it doggedly pushes its slick “On Azure” and “In Office 365” solutions. Its blend of platforms and business solutions are increasingly user friendly, helping them to court an ever-swelling …