Connecting one platform with multiple applications and functions is critical in business life and personal affairs. Let’s take the cell phone for example. The earlier models were used for one function, and one function only; phone calls.
Modern technology has allowed phones to become cameras, navigation systems, Internet browsers, email messengers, calculators, weather predictors, and just about anything else you can imagine.
People (and businesses) enjoy do-it-all solutions. The new Microsoft Dynamics 365 software that was recently released is equipped with new AI [Artificial Intelligence] functions that allow users to have endless data at their fingertips on multiple devices across the world.
Saving time = saving money. It’s a very simple yet significant equation in the corporate world. By improving the functionality of the software, it takes fewer workers and hours to accomplish tasks that used to be tedious and time-consuming.
It only made sense for Microsoft to combine their ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) and CRM (Customer Relationship Management) platforms to give employees an intuitive system that acts as a one-stop shop for individual departments, national companies, and global corporations.
Productivity has just been taken to new heights. By combining CRM with ERP and integrating Microsoft Office, Dynamics 365 allows companies to get more done in less time. Sales quotes can be generated in an Uber as you are headed to a meeting. That very same quote can be edited and emailed to the client with the click of a button. It will even show you if/when the client has opened the email!
This is just one example of how Microsoft Dynamics 365 is going to change business applications forever. Western Computer takes pride in helping businesses scale by providing Dynamics AX consulting and assisting companies while installing Microsoft’s entire suite of beneficial applications. What do you think of Dynamics 365? Comment below to keep the conversation going.
For a complete list of Microsoft Dynamics 365 functions: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics/crm-customer-center/what-s-new.aspx