In early July, Microsoft announced that they are officially moving toward a semi-annual update cadence with their Dynamics 365 ERP and CRM solutions. This new cadence was designed to optimize how Microsoft delivers Dynamics 365 updates, while also lowering upgrade costs, providing access to the latest capabilities, and offering a better support experience. This also means that Microsoft is moving toward more of a continuous update model where all clients are on the same (most recent) version of the service.
This article will give a brief understanding of What’s new or Changed in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations 8.0, April release. Some of the key areas that we would be discussing in this blog are extensions, updates to the platform, what’s changed with the CDS, some of the global features that’s been added, minor change in Finance, couple of mobile experiences around project management and some key areas around trade and logistics.
Back in the day of System 34, 36 and 38, a user would readily have a hardcopy manual that would offer explanations of the product along with detailed steps on how to perform a function or process. Pages would include handwritten notes or scribbled thoughts filling up the columns. Every once in a while, the manual with coffee stains and faded yellow highlighted words would resurface from the cubicle drawer for a forgotten step. Gone are those days of keeping a hard copy manual!
Are you struggling to weed through all the emails to figure out the RIGHT Microsoft Dynamics 365 conference to attend this year? Join the club. With so many options it is difficult to decide where to spend not only the time but the expense. Whether you’re looking to attend one of Microsoft’s flagship conferences, or one of the countless user groups, you’re bound to have specific criteria to suit your needs in 2018.
Transform your Human Capital Management and deliver high-impact, sustainable results.
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As someone in HR, you know that the role of Human Resource has changed in today’s digital workplace. Gone are the days of finding the right job candidate with that certain set of skills and experience – today, it is about finding the right experience, skills AND the right fit for the company culture. HR is no longer a department that functions in a transactional manner. Today’s HR business unit needs to align with the business imperatives and deliver innovative talent solutions.