When it comes to implementing a new ERP, finding the perfect solution for your business can be the hardest part. With so many options to choose from, it’s difficult to know where you should begin. However, as you consider all the different factors of evaluating an ERP system – maintenance, integrations, functionality, longevity, innovation, and most importantly cost – the choice becomes clear.
With an emphasis on seamless connectivity, Dynamics 365 integrates completely with the Microsoft products you’re probably already using, like Office 365, is available on virtually any device, and allows you to take advantage of cutting-edge technology like artificial intelligence (AI) and internet of things (IoT) capabilities.
The Microsoft Stack – Seamless Integration with Office 365
The primary purpose of ERP is to connect business processes and provide company-wide visibility. But to truly achieve these benefits, businesses need to integrate ERP with their other applications.
For the very first time, Microsoft Dynamics 365 introduces a common data service between ERP, CRM,
For example, sales reps can automatically track their Outlook email activity to lead records in CRM. Accountants can generate and send invoices right from Outlook, or edit data sets in Excel and republish directly back into Dynamics.
In addition to connecting processes, Office 365 offers collaborative tools like SharePoint, Teams, and Skype for Business that are contextually available, right where you need them.
A Strategic Platform Powered by the Cloud
Cloud computing is here to stay and Microsoft has invested more than $5 billion into Microsoft Azure as part of its cloud-first strategy. Azure has become the
For organizations that want to gradually transition from their legacy platforms to the cloud, Microsoft can help you to move from private to public cloud incrementally. This will allow you to keep your business running smoothly as you scale up by integrating your existing technologies with Dynamics 365.
Changing the Way Your Solution “Thinks”
Microsoft Dynamics 365 has built-in intelligence and AI capabilities that help users fully-automate tasks and makes recommendations for improvements. AI is woven into the very fabric of the platform, so it’s easy to incorporate capabilities such as machine learning, decision-making and advanced analytics into your business processes.
Meanwhile, Azure enables an entire suite of IoT features that allow you converge your physical and digital systems to optimize asset use, predict maintenance requirements and ensure operational excellence.
Working independently or in tandem, AI and IoT empowers your entire organization to perform more effectively.
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