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Microsoft Dynamics 356 Brings Enterprise-Ready Intelligent Business Apps

Microsoft Dynamics 365

Microsoft announced last week the availability later this year to integrate ERP and CRM Suite with Office 365. The Integration of the ERP Suite will bring ERP integrated with Office 365.

Dynamics 365 apps are designed so they can be easily and independently deployed. That means you can start small and pay only for what you need. 

Dynamics 365 apps at a glance:

  • Use a common data model, shared with Office 365 to simplify data management and integration across apps and business processes
  • Offer tech-savvy business customers/analysts (using PowerApps, Power BI and Microsoft Flow)
  • Come with connectors that let you integrate with applications and services from Microsoft and our partners – including custom APIs and on-premises systems.

Dynamics 365 will allow businesses to pay for the solutions they need in a single platform, including financials, sales, operations, marketing and customer service, among others. With this Microsoft also introduced a single place to find new apps call “Microsoft AppSource” This is Microsoft’s new destination for business users to find and try line-of-business SaaS apps from Microsoft and partners.

If you are a partner and want to have an app on AppSource then you need to do it from here.

Microsoft AppSource screen shot

Customers can learn more about Dynamics 365 here and about AppSource here. Partners can learn more here.

Register for Summit for opportunity to see Microsoft Dynamics 365 in action with a keynote from Microsoft EVP Scott Guthrie!

If you have any questions about this function or other Dynamics NAV questions for any version, contact ArcherPoint.

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