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Below are the titles and the intro’s of the articles we delivered in February to the group of D365 partners that participate in this valuable service.
Project Success - Does your ERP/CRM solution function as a rearview mirror or more like a periscope?
The role of ERP/CRM systems is shifting. Traditionally, the emphasis was on improving the internal efficiency. With separated systems per department, business unit and/or subsidiary. While that may be practical for these entities, it didn’t really help to create an accurate overview. Since it showed what happened in the near past - not in the near future. In today’s fast changing markets, companies must use integrated business software to manage their entire business in a pro-active way. So if your current ERP/CRM system still function as a rearview mirror, you’d better exchange it for a periscope!
Project Success - How well is your current ERP/CRM vendor weathering the crisis?
We have been in this worldwide COVID-19 crisis for almost a year now. Most of us have found our way through trial and error where others are still struggling. An interesting question is how well your current ERP/CRM vendor is doing. Do they benefit from the greatly increased demand for digitization? Or do they find it difficult to keep up with today’s fast innovation pace? An analysis.
Microsoft and D365 - Microsoft cloud strength drives second quarter financial results
Microsoft Corp. recently announced its results for the quarter ended December 31, 2020 with revenue of $ 43.1 billion (up 17% compared to the same period last year), operating income of $ 17.9 billion (up 29%) and earnings per share of $ 2.03 (up 34%). These results out-performing the analyst expectations. Net income rose 33% compared to the same quarter last year, reaching $ 15.5 billion.
Microsoft and D365 - Why it is important to select a ERP/CRM vendor with an international offering
Until about thirty years ago you really had to be a large corporation to be active across borders. And to call yourself a ‘multi-national’. But since the introduction of the internet this has changed dramatically. In today’s world, medium sized and even small companies can sell and deliver their products and services all over the world. That has of course an impact on the scope and the deployability of their IT systems. That’s why it is important when selecting a new ERP/CRM solution to always check if your potential vendor has an international offering.
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