Posts Tagged ‘Dynamics 365 server’

5 Major Dynamics 365 benefits for your Cloud Operations Team

Monday, July 29th, 2019

Microsoft’s step to push the CRM market with Dynamics 365 has resulted in multiple Dynamics 365 benefits for cloud operations team in the cloud space. Not only it has robust Customer relationship management features, but it also encompasses ERP tools for better productivity.

For all IT gurus out there, there are obvious Dynamics 365 benefits that can lead to a prosperous business since there is a good ROI on implementing Dynamics 365. On the other hand, customers still have ambiguities in mind and are still unaware of “under the hood” benefits of combining a decent CRM with a promising ERP system.

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New and deprecated Features of the v9.0 of Dynamics 365 Server

Tuesday, December 18th, 2018

The importance of Dynamics 365 server can’t be denied. The power of Microsoft products in business space has been strengthened this year. Three main business productive software’s are out this year with Microsoft-Dynamics-server-v9major versions: Microsoft SharePoint Server 2019, Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 and Microsoft Skype for Business Server 2019. Adding to the list of updates of Microsoft products this year, Dynamics 365 Server  version 9.0 is here!

A lot has been changes in this version of Dynamics 365 Server. Microsoft is improving Dynamics 365 Server in every update and this time, a whole new look and feel is given to the product. With new features, which we mention in a minute, there are many features that are being phased out and others that have been deprecated entirely.

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Microsoft Dynamics 365 Server

Thursday, February 2nd, 2017

Dynamics 365 (On-Premises)

Dynamics 365 is a Combination of CRM and ERP, It is a cloud-based enterprise system with maximum flexibility and offers sound customization basis. Dynamics 365 bundles CRM & ERP (Finance/Operations) capabilities that combines Microsoft’s best technologies all into single enterprise system.

Difference between Dynamics CRM 2016 and Dynamics 365

As part of December 2016 update for Dynamics 365 (online and on-premises), the product name changes from Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 to Microsoft Dynamics 365. Dynamics 365 will provide a new application platform and common data model which will pair across other cloud apps like Microsoft Power-Apps, Power BI and Microsoft Flow along with Office 365.

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