As a person that has been in the Dynamics ecosystem since 2001, I have seen a lot of change. Microsoft has invested millions of dollars in its solutions along the way. Managing four ERP products and a CRM solution while looking to continually improve them was a challenge for sure. We recognized that at some point Microsoft would look to invest more heavily in one or two solutions.
Many businesses simply don’t know where to start and would like to learn what they should be thinking about as they look to digitally transform their business.
Digital transformation is the key to making big plays to unlock the higher growth many companies are seeking. Studies have demonstrated, time and time again, that it doesn’t often take heavy investment in new tools. It can take many forms with varying levels of investment, and risk. Here are the areas organizations tend to find areas to optimize.
Record Keeping Systems
This is where core features of Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations as well as Dynamics 365 Business Central come into play. You can bundle and roll up transactional systems into a secure, ever-evolving cloud-based system that scales to where you need it.
One of commitments that Microsoft has made is the emergence of intelligent tools to assist the people performing tasks. In the end, the vast amounts of data that can be analyzed by Dynamics 365 help deliver better, faster decision making. This becomes apparent in areas like customer experience where companies are heavily competing.
When you work with someone on these initiatives, you want to be business focused. If this is your first time getting to understand digital transformation on a wider sense, this video will be extremely helpful to you.
I’ve seen first hand how Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations and Dynamics 365 Business Central bring up the productivity levels of many companies. The advanced features in these platforms can fit with the strengths of organizations and expand on the strengths of these companies.
Sikich recognizes this fact of the imminent importance of digital transformation. Along with that, we have several ways that we can help businesses explore their options with Dynamics. For more information either contact Sikich and or visit Microsoft AppSource by clicking the following link:
You’ll see several free and paid services to see if one of these platforms is right for you. If you are still using one of the on-premise Dynamics options, you really owe it to your business and goals to see what is available to you.
The agenda to these assessments will go through high-level discussions about your technology goals and strategy, then work all the way down to what a cloud-based solution will mean for your specific business.
We look forward to helping you get a clear understanding of the digital transformation pathways you can take to compete in a global, always-on, competitive landscape.