You’ve got a lot of data on your customers, you collect volumes of it from every interaction with those customers, website visits, content searches, social interactions, communications, transactions and more. However, transforming those vast amounts of data into actionable intelligence remains complex.
With the Spring 2017 release of Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, Microsoft has furthered its strategy to embed business intelligence where employees need it most – directly within the context of their business processes. With the new embedded analytical workspaces, users no longer have to leave their ERP system to access key reports and analytics – they can access these details right inside the system! This not only drives productivity, but empowers employees to make faster decisions based on real-time, contextual information.
Digital transformation cannot be thought of without technology being a part of it. The past few years have witnessed the emergence of technological platforms, tools and packages that have enabled business leaders to view their setup and strategies in a new light. If you are driving your organization towards digital transformation, then embracing technologies that support you to make the shift is imperative.
In Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations application, there are certain operations that you need to perform time and again. Without a thorough understanding of the different application shortcuts available to you, you are forced to rely on your mouse, which can make work slower, compared to performing the same tasks using keyboard shortcuts. Thus, in this article we have highlighted a list of keyboard shortcuts for Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations which could help you save a lot of time taken to perform repeated tasks on the application.
While the adoption of cloud-based ERP and CRM solutions has gained momentum faster than most people expected, there are still some organizations that prefer to host mission-critical ERP systems in their local on-premise data centers, or that for regulatory, compliance or data privacy reasons, don’t have the option of utilizing an ERP service in the cloud.