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Dynamics 365 Driven by needs
Dynamics 365 driven by needs

Dynamics 365 driven by needs

Published by (July 27th, 2017)

Dynamics 365 driven by needs (think apps!) Dynamics 365 covers business needs on four levels; 365 for Operations, Sales, Finance and Enterprise. These offerings are driven by business need and complexity rather than the traditional way of positioning software products. These business levels look at different business needs including: Functionality meaning the ability to address…

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Fully integrated with office 365

Published by (July 13th, 2017)

Most companies today use Office, Outlook a finance package, but! they are all disparate and don’t align wasting time and effort. What if you can still use the same technology, the same look and feel and it all works together.  Welcome to Dynamics 365 you can run your entire business from end to end with intelligent…

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Dynamics 365 – Built on Established Technology

Published by (June 28th, 2017)

Microsoft, one of the largest names in the Technology world, founded in 1975 by Paul Allen and Bill Gates, started off as a basic development that has grown into a multinational technology company and it’s not stopping there! Microsoft invest billions each year developing their products and software Inc. the Dynamics suite. Navision (ERP) and…

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Microsoft Dynamics Joins The Roar!

Published by (June 27th, 2017)

Microsoft Dynamics Joins The Roar! This Thursday we will be bringing Microsoft Dynamics to the Cambridge Roar. The Cambridge Roar is a charity festival that provides networking opportunities for the local business community alongside a diverse calendar of fund raising events ranging from fashion shows to white collar boxing. Microsoft Dynamics may not be quite…

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Mobile first, Cloud first! (you can still stay on-premise)

Published by (June 22nd, 2017)

Microsoft Dynamics now comes under the new philosophy “ mobile first, Cloud first”. Microsoft Dynamics 365, within digital transformation becomes the cloud management solution that allows you to adopt the best features of CRM and ERP, combining both services on a single platform under a single data model. Within Dynamics 365, you can design once…

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Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Artificial Intelligence

Published by (April 27th, 2017)

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are significant technologies in Microsoft’s vision of the digital future. Small wonder then that Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 includes a Cortana Intelligence suite. Big wonder at how this technology is changing our lives! The Cortana Intelligence extension enables Dynamics NAV to acquire knowledge of potential future sales from past data…

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Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 boosts efficiency and productivity.

Published by (April 19th, 2017)

The simplest way Dynamics NAV 2017 boosts efficiency is by being so very user friendly. Check out the blog post on the user interface options. If your users are familiar with Microsoft Office, then they will take to Dynamics NAV like the proverbial duck to water! When we implement the solution, role centres / menus…

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Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017: Functional Fit for Your Business

Published by (April 7th, 2017)

Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 is the tenth version of the solution that started life as Navision in the 1990s. Over the last twenty years the functionality has grown, through investment from Microsoft and the partner channel today the functionality addresses core operational requirements for all businesses. The development strategy of NAV has always been a…

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User Interface in Dynamics NAV 2017: Outlook Client, very intelligent!

Published by (April 6th, 2017)

Just when you may have thought that Microsoft had covered all the options for Dynamics NAV clients (after all we have the Windows client, the web client, the universal app for smart phone and tablet!), in Dynamics NAV 2017 Microsoft launched the Outlook Client.So what’s great about that? This is all about user productivity. Remember…

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User Interface in Dynamics NAV 2017: Down with lists!

Published by (March 30th, 2017)

Since Microsoft Dynamics NAV’s version 1 (this ancestor was known as Navision Financials), data has been presented in lists (okay also cards but that’s for individual records!). With Dynamics NAV 2017, the ordinary list has been transformed. Lists are great, you can select which columns you would like and in which order. You can associate…

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