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What You Need to Know About MS Dynamics 365 Business Apps – Part 2

Microsoft Dynamics 365 is separated into modules called business applications. In this blog we cover Project Operations, Commerce, Finance, HR & supporting apps.

Tom Moore | January 12, 2022

What You Need to Know About Dynamics 365 Business Apps

Learn more about the individual Microsoft Dynamics 365 business applications for Sales, Customer Service, Marketing, and Field Service.

Tom Moore | January 6, 2022

Is It Time to Upgrade Microsoft Dynamics CRM?

Microsoft Dynamics 365 includes many capabilities that Dynamics CRM on-premises does not include.

Duneel Muthubandara | December 7, 2021

What You’re Missing in Microsoft Dynamics CRM On-Premises

Businesses are finding that deploying Microsoft Dynamics 365 in the cloud has many benefits over on-prem deployment.

Duneel Muthubandara | October 14, 2021

Low-Code AppDev: The History and Evolution of Automated Coding

A quick look at the history, origins and background of the concept of low-code/no-code platforms.

Tom Moore | October 7, 2021

Low-Code, No-Code, Custom AppDev: What’s the Difference?

Explanation of the differences between custom-built applications, low-code platforms, and no-code.

Tom Moore | September 30, 2021

3 Azure Cloud Technologies for Modernizing Legacy Applications

Learn about 3 different Microsoft Azure cloud technologies to enact digital transformation within your own organization.

Tom Moore | August 31, 2021

Microsoft Dynamics CRM: Should You Migrate to the Cloud?

There are several benefits of migrating Microsoft Dynamics CRM on-premises to Microsoft Dynamics 365. Learn more.

Tom Moore | August 25, 2021

Secrets of Power BI Performance: Power BI Dataflows

Power BI dataflows require adjustment as you get used to how they work. Here are some Power BI dataflow tips and tricks you should know about.

Tom Hoblitzell | February 3, 2021