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Dynamics 365 – Built on Established Technology

Dynamics 365 – Built on Established Technology

Posted June 28th, 2017 by Unknown

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 CRM are part of the Dynamics suite which was launched in 2003 on a windows 95 platform. 14 years of development bring us up to date now called Microsoft Dynamics NAV on the Azure platform and Dynamics 365.

Microsoft Azure (formerly windows Azure) was created in 2008 by Microsoft as a Cloud computing service the current solution is so intelligent the service and environment do not crash, if one of the servers crashes the data centre uses the web application like a memory. Microsoft Azure Machine Learning service is part of Cortana Intelligence Suite that enables predictive analytics and interaction with data using natural language and speech through Cortana.

Dynamics 365 is a new Microsoft product line with NAV (ERP enterprise resource planning) and CRM (customer relationship management ) applications announced by Microsoft in July 2016. Dynamics 365 is sold in two editions, the Business Edition for small and medium businesses (SMBs), and the Enterprise Edition for medium to large organizations. The Business Edition includes the Financials application, based on the project code-named ‘Madeira’. The Enterprise Edition comprises Dynamics CRM applications (field service, sales, project service automation, and customer service) plus Microsoft PowerApps, together with Microsoft’s premier ERP product, known as Dynamics 365 for Operations.

The products are developed to enhance the end user experience, to find out more on how Dynamics 365 will change Cloud computing read our infographic HERE.

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