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Microsoft’s Dynamics 365 a CRM and ERP Solution
There is no argument over the fact that majority of the businesses have started making use of Microsoft’s Dynamics CRM or ERP solutions to improve the efficiency and productivity. However, with an all-new Microsoft Dynamics 365, you can have both solutions merged into one over the cloud. This ultimate tool provided by Microsoft has a wide range of benefits to businesses of all scales and fields. While mentioning all of them may be beyond the scope of this article, let us accentuate a few of the benefits that Dynamics 365 has to offer.
How Microsoft Dynamics ERP Can Help Your Business.
CRM and ERP Merged
Microsoft Dynamics 365 offers individual applications such as CRM or ERP which can either be used separately or together. What’s exciting is that the merge of applications has not made it difficult to use, rather, it helps a business adapt to the growing needs and demands in a fine way.
Scalability is an added benefit that you get to relish with Dynamics 365. With its monthly subscription packages, you can not only choose what to pay for but also when to pay for it. With changing requirements of your business, you can conveniently scale up or down accordingly.
End User Friendly
The all-new tool is user-friendly and easy to understand. You can use the self-explanatory marketplace to look for an application that caters to the requirements of your business. Upon evolving, newer applications can conveniently be searched and implemented for consistent results.
The software puts you in charge of paying only for the applications that you need. Furthermore, it would no longer be a liability for you to manage the servers or the data centers that further curtails the operational cost for your business.
All Customer Data in one Place
Microsoft 365 CRM solution bring all of the customers’ data to a central repository so you can have deeper insights that enable you to formulate strategies for the future.
Common Data Model
Dynamics 365 introduces the concept of the shared business database by the name of Microsoft Common Data Model. It brings the entire set of data and processes together so your entire staff has access to the data and information whenever they need it.