In this blog we discuss how the marketing workload of Dynamics 365 supports the four Ps: Product, Price, Promotion and Place.
Our team is headed to Microsoft's Business Applications Summit next week, the "place for Dynamics 365, Power BI, Excel, PowerApps, and Microsoft Flow users to connect, collaborate, and pack in as much learning as possible." To get ready for the event, we're sharing five of our favorite Business Applications blogs and videos that we've published over the past few months.
The Spring 2018 release brought about some big changes to the Business Applications Platform including PowerApps, Flow, and the Common Data Service. This session focuses specifically on changes to Power Apps for Applications and Flow. Our speakers will dive into how these tools are modernizing business processes across Dynamics 365 applications while offering up low and no code solutions to help transform how people work. [WATCH WEBINAR]
In this blog post, we will assume that you are building a Power Apps app based on the Opportunity entity in Dynamics 365. The use case is that you want a sales person to be able to view "today's" appointments and view only their own opportunities ("My Opportunities"). [READ BLOG]
The integration between Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations and Power BI give users the capability to personalize workspaces with tiles from PowerBI.com and they can add links to the reports hosted in PowerBI.com. This helps users to access the Power BI reports directly from Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations. [READ BLOG]
Our Dynamics 365 University education programs have something for everyone whether you're new to Dynamics 365 or are a power user, admin, or developer! Hear from one of our Training Consultants, Avni Pandya, as she talks about our Citizen Developer course which will teach you about low code and no code tools that can help you create Dynamics 365 solutions without needing to be a developer. One of those great tools is Microsoft Flow. [WATCH VIDEO]
Power BI offers a suite of security features to help restrict data. One way to do this is with Row-level security. Row-level security (RLS) with the Power BI Desktop can be used to restrict data access for specific users, filtering data at the row level, and defining filters within roles. In this blog, learn how to set-up this feature in Power BI and an example of how you can use it in Dynamics 365. [READ BLOG]
Now you can see why we are so excited for Microsoft's Business Applications Summit. These applications are powerful and just keep getting better! We'll make sure to keep you posted on all things Biz Apps via this blog so be sure to SUBSCRIBE to get our daily post sent straight to your inbox!