Microsoft Dynamics 365: Digital Transformation at Work


Let’s talk about Digital Transformation.

Digital transformation means re-envisioning how you:

  • Engage your customers
  • Empower your employees
  • Optimize your operations
  • Transform your products

To enable digital transformation strategies—so organizations can grow, evolve and meet the changing needs of customers, as well as capture new business opportunities—companies need intelligent business applications…and that’s where Microsoft Dynamics 365 comes in.

Microsoft is unifying all its business applications. Breaking down the artificial silos of ERP and CRM and will deliver new purpose-built applications in the cloud to deliver next generation intelligent business applications.

With Dynamics 365, your business applications can work together seamlessly across CRM and ERP. You can now manage specific business processes in a single platform including Sales, Customer Service, Field Service, Operations, Project Service Automation, Financials and Marketing.

With Microsoft Power BI, Cortana Intelligence, and Azure Machine Learning built in, Dynamics 365 helps you and your employees turn big data into actionable plans. You can engage customers with personalized insight across all customer touchpoints. You can transform products with an extensible platform and integrated applications to use data as a strategic asset, automating processes, and innovating with new business models, services, products, and experiences.

Dynamics 365 helps organizations empower people to achieve more by giving them proven processes, familiar tools and intelligent guidance to take the next best action—so they can do their best work.

Dynamics 365 takes advantage of the foundational capabilities of the cloud ecosystem built on Azure. This includes all the intelligence and data tools that make your knowledge available and actionable throughout your business process workflows.

With intelligent business applications across CRM and ERP, Microsoft Dynamics 365 gives you choice. Start with just what you need to run your business—and then add apps as your needs change. Add new capabilities to your existing enterprise business solutions to enhance what you already use. These apps are designed to change and adapt, including an amazing breadth of technologies that prioritize actionable intelligence. With applications that fit roles, industries and businesses – so organizations can start with and pay only for what they need and grow at their pace to run their entire business in the cloud.

Take the next steps for your business.

Now is the time to take advantage of all the benefits of cloud-based, data driven business applications.

Join us for this free, in-person event and learn how Microsoft Dynamics 365 can drive business growth with Digital Transformation. You can view the sample agenda here.

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Insights from: Art Small (Fullscope CRM Solutions Consultant) and CIO Article (8 Enterprise Software Predictions for 2015)

The recent CIO article 8 Enterprise Software Predictions for 2015 by Jennifer Lonoff Schiff predicts that the increasingly mobile workforce will require enterprise CRM solutions that suit its on-the-go needs.  Continue reading

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January Blog Series: New & Best Practices

Insights from: Emir Dobraca (Fullscope Account Executive) and Sharon Long (Fullscope Senior Business Analyst)

​Upper management deals with many software business decisions, and when they encounter the possibility of upgrading their manufacturing Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software they look to their Information Technology (IT) team to provide them with information that will assist the company in making an informed business decision.  Continue reading

How to Use Your ERP to Jump Start 2015 Business Growth

January Blog Series: New & Best Practices

Insights from: Avalara 

 This week’s post is a special addition featuring our partner Avalara, who offers end-to-end sales tax compliance software, all in the cloud. Avalara helps provide fast, easy, accurate, affordable and reliable rate calculation, certificate management and filing.​​

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December Blog Series: ​Spreading the Joy

Insights from:​ Cindy Jutras (Founder of Mint Jutras LLC)​

While not every one of us across the globe celebrates Christmas, it is no doubt known throughout the world as a “giving” time of year. With 2015 just around the corner, let’s see what kind of gifts enterprises may have received from their ERP implementations​ over the past year. Some will be good, some not so much. Maybe a new ERP is on your Christmas wish list? Continue reading

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December Blog Series: Spreading the Joy

Insights from: Flintfox

Edgewater Fullscope is pleased to announce the second blog post in our monthly partner blog series. This week’s post features a post from Todd Rigdon, Director of Pre-Sales at Flintfox, which offers effective TPM solutions to manage the most challenging pricing, trade promotions, rebate and accrual activity across the consumer and durable goods industries. Continue reading

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Insights from: Emir Dobraca (Fullscope Account Executive) and Sharon Long (Fullscope Senior Business Analyst)

IT personnel recognize the challenges of upgrading current ERP systems, but often times they are not encouraged to proactively seek new long-term sustainable ERP solutions due to a myriad of reasons including budget concerns, work load, a shortage of user time to regression test the current system or even a lack of business availability to review the strategic advantages of the improved functionality offered in upgrade. Instead, IT teams are often asked to do the bare minimum to fix and patch problems. Continue reading