Dynamics 365 features help "reinvent productivity and business processes
 
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Dynamics 365 features help “reinvent productivity and business processes.


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Dynamics 365 features help reinvent productivity and business processes

Back in 2013, Microsoft made Dynamics GP and Dynamics NAV available for deployment through its lineup of Certified Partners via the Microsoft Azure Cloud---Technology Management Concepts (TMC) is a certified, Gold Partner with in-depth technical expertise to assist Dynamics, product owners with 24/7 service and full deployment guidance.

With the launch of its ERP/CRM bundle last July, as well as the acquisition of LinkedIn a few months later, Microsoft positioned itself to “reinvent productivity and business processes,” as Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella noted in an internal memo to staff regarding its new offering, Dynamics 365.

In the sphere of productivity, for example, Dynamics 365 will integrate with Office 365 to deliver content (newsfeed) “based on the project you are working on.” In short, a seamless connectivity to assist in finding skilled and professional people (LinkedIn) who might be suited to a specific task.

Dynamics 365 online (the software is available on-premise, too) uses Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform, which allows simultaneous usage with appropriate, assigned permissions; this, after an invitation email has been accepted, followed by the completion of additional licensing.

SMB-owners who are on the fence about the ongoing “cloud shift,” opting instead to customize their legacy programs, might choose to start conversation with a qualified, Dynamics partner.

For, as Gartner Research points out, "Cloud-first strategies are the foundation for staying relevant in a fast-paced world."

Indeed, this ‘shift’ reflects the trend of IT spending, as it moves away from more traditional systems:

“IT spending is steadily shifting from traditional IT offerings to cloud services (cloud shift). The aggregate amount of cloud shift in 2016 is estimated to reach $111 billion, increasing to $216 billion in 2020.”

Start the conversation today with a Microsoft certified, Gold Partner; contact us for more information.

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