The announcement which Microsoft made a week before WPC 2016 and then followed by more revealing at the WPC event in Toronto this year probably gave all of you an idea of the new addition to the Dynamics family of products “Microsoft Dynamics 365”.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 is an upcoming solution platform due to be released this fall, will eventually replace significant portion of the current Dynamics CRM and ERP cloud product offerings.
Dynamics 365 primarily aims at bringing together the best of Dynamics CRM and ERP in the cloud into one cloud service with specific purpose built business apps for each of your key business processes such as field service, PSA, sales, finance and operations. It also tries to create a competitive edge in the way customers buy software subscriptions and licenses providing them flexible and cheaper options.
Below are some of the web and blog posts by several leaders that gives enough insights to the details of Microsoft Dynamics 365.
Satya Nadella explains how Dynamics 365 can help reinvent business processes and gives his insights at the linked in post below.
The engineering leads at Microsoft explains Dynamics 365 and AppSource in the post below.
Experts at MSDynamicsWorld have explained Dynamics 365 in the post below.
Experts at CRM software blog have also explained Dynamics 365.