If ‘consolidation’ brings about more efficiency to today’s ERP and CRM software, then Microsoft Dynamics 365 might well be taking the lead in that regard, according to Forbes Staff Contributor, Alex Konrad.
“…combination of its sales and resource planning software in one suite…brings together a group of Microsoft’ cloud apps for businesses in areas including marketing, operations, sales and service in one place.”
Moreover, Dynamics 365 (D365) offers SMB-users enhanced predictive capabilities, thanks to the software’s connectivity to Power BI and Cortana Intelligence. Both technologies offer D365 users “analytics insights and prescriptive advice,” notes Forbes contributor, Adrian Bridgwater.
In a sales setting, D365 can assist teams in identifying cross-selling opportunities, for example, by seamlessly integrating customer data in real-time versus combing through ‘silos’ of information.
For ‘field service’ operations, Dynamics 365 CRM utilizes its connectivity to IoT data for monitoring the status of equipment to detect bottlenecks that might impact a project’s outcome.
As noted in Forbes, D365’s potential to interconnect with “millions of sensors” in a variety of sectors will surely bring a positive force to “all aspects” of a business—financial planning and sales, in particularly.
A ‘digital disrupter’…
In fact, Bridgewater positions Dynamics 365 as a noteworthy “digital disrupter,” as well as a leader in “transforming” business through the software’s unique “ERP/CRM cloud workflow” solutions.
In short, Dynamics 365 ERP takes its integration with Web portals, “cloud, mobile social, data analytics” to a new level of operational efficiencies.”
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