Mixed Reality has taken the world by storm with possibilities to visualize, conceptualize and set up remote workspaces through virtual capabilities. Microsoft has made huge strides in this field.
Dynamics 365 is a powerful ERP solution manufacturers can use to take control of their operations and data and built to save time and resources doing it.
With the general availability of Dynamics 365 Business Central on April 2, 2018, clarity is needed on the differences between Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations and Dynamics 365 Business Central for potential users and partners alike.
The manufacturing industry is at a pivotal point in its history. Companies of all shapes and sizes are changing quickly due to digital technologies, rising customer expectations, and new opportunities for doing business.
In July 2018, Microsoft announced a set of changes to the way Dynamics 365 updates were going to be delivered to users, promising predictable updates, continuous deployment and early visibility of future changes – and delivering on those promises.
The retail industry is experiencing tectonic shifts fueled by incredibly quick and disruptive innovations in the field of technology. Customers have become almost all-knowing and all-powerful, thanks to an increased availability of information and pocket-sized devices that can provide reviews and give insights into other people’s comments and product specifications in the blink of an eye.
With its Business Applications Summit in Seattle, Microsoft aimed to connect customers with the engineering teams that build Dynamics 365, Power BI, PowerApps and shape the Business Applications landscape.
This was Microsoft’s logo back in the 1980s, when accounting software that evolved into ERP systems, was being coded and designed.
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