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Details on the benefits of the move to a Unified Interface within Microsoft Dynamics 365, taking a closer look at why it’s better, what you need to do and includes guides on how to make the most of the unified interface.
A look at the solution organisations need to combine the benefits of all the different applications and/or technology that allows workers to more effectively manage their contracts at each stage of the contract management lifecycle.
The public sector needs to take advantage of technology that can boost productivity without pushing their already tight budgets. This is where a local government digital strategy is vital to not only meet but go beyond the expectations of the public.
With Canvas apps and Model-driven apps, Microsoft gives citizen developers a huge amount of flexibility for deciding which kind of app they want to build. And that means you can build apps which can meet all a wide range of business needs.
A few weeks ago, myself and the team at Hitachi Solutions had the pleasure of attending the Microsoft Inspire 2019 in none other than glitzy Las Vegas. This is what inspired me at Inspire.
The Microsoft October release brings together a huge selection of amazing new updates across the entire Dynamics platform. I’m going to look at what I feel are some of the big hitters.
Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations unifies global financials and operations to empower people to make fast, informed decisions. In this blog, I’ll be looking at some of my top picks of the features being introduced within the 2019 release wave 2.
At the heart of every organisation’s digital transformation journey is building a deep and thorough understanding of customers by centralising key metrics, applying data science techniques and infusing Artificial Intelligence (AI)-driven insights.
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