Office 365. The Key to the Cloud

Are you ready? I’m about to ask you the million dollar question… “Does your company have Office 365?” Is that your final answer? Dramatics aside, you can’t integrate CRM On-Premise as seamlessly with Office 365 as you can with CRM Online. Therefore, if you answered yes to the question above, you need to seriously considering CRM Online.

A Tale of Two Deployments

With the rise of CRM Online, businesses looking to take advantage of customer relationship management are no longer restricted by physical servers or large IT hardware budgets. That being said, CRM On-Premise still plays a large part for many of our new and existing customers. That is the true beauty of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, you always have a choice.

Haven’t Tried Office Groups? You Should!

Last week we talked about Office Delve inside of CRM and why you and the colleagues you collaborate with should take notice. However, Delve isn’t the only Office 365 tool that will help take your CRM to the next level. This “other” tool is known as Office Groups and it has been a part of CRM Online since this May. If you have yet to take advantage of this wonderful product here’s why you should.

Dive into “Delve”

According to the folks in Redmond, the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 release introduces Delve functionality built into the application. For those not familiar with it, Delve helps you discover the information that's likely to be most interesting to you right now - across Office 365.

Microsoft CRM 2016 Release Overview

In this video, Microsoft will share the new features in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 that will be released later this calendar year. This upgrade will include advancements in intelligence, mobility and service, with significant productivity enhancements to help businesses and workers achieve more.

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 Released on Dec. 1, 2014 Adding 120+ New Features

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 continues their evolution to the cloud with optimization for the Azure platform, an open service based architecture, seamless Office 365 integration, efficient multi-tenant provisioning, broadened employee usage with self-service features, and simple to configure business process workflows. Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 is also the accumulation of 120 features delivered since Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 with features being released to customers on a six month cadence.

The release of Dynamics GP 2015 also updates the features that were new in GP 2013 R2 release, including identity management, workflow, and Business Analyzer. It also adds requisition management and employee self-service app for time management that are driven by workflow.

Test Drive Dynamics GP & Office 365 - Stay Connected

In this test drive, you'll see how Microsoft Dynamics GP and Office 365 work together to connect people, processes, and systems all from one place.  From Office 365, you have quick access to your calendar, email, and SharePoint sites. With a quick glance, you can see the people in your organization and who's online to easily connect with colleagues by using Microsoft Lync.