Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central (D365BC) is a business management solution for small and mid-sized organisations that restructures all your business processes with automation and optimisation to produce a more reactive, nimble and advanced ecosystem.
The number of organisations who are incorporating cloud-based technologies as part of their businesses models is significantly increasing, whether it is a hybrid approach or a full cloud implementation. With the rise of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML), Microsoft have made announcements that Azure will power multiple new projects in AI and ML.
With the rise of Big Data, organisations are able to see how their customers really perceive them. B2C organisations are utilising Big Data when it comes to customer experience, however B2B organisations are still facing challenges when it comes to understanding the customer experience.
The rise of the digital age is putting fears into the future of retailers. In 2018 alone, the UK has seen the likes of Toys ‘r’ us and Maplin go into administration, whilst Carpetright, New Look, Prezzo and Poundworld are set to close stores under the Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA), a necessary move to prevent them going into administration.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM has been evolving over the last few years into separate “apps” all under the Microsoft Dynamics 365 banner. This has led to a range of Dynamics 365 options, including Contact Management, Service and HR; and of course, Sales and Marketing.
Columbus are live at Summit EMEA from 23rd April – 26th April, where leading industry experts and software developers have been brought together to discuss key issues, product updates and real-time solutions that will suit your business needs.
Today, the walls of the corner office have fallen. Along with Millennials entering the labour market, technology has overtaken the exchange of knowledge and admiration has disappeared. This imposes new requirements to the manager including a significant change in leadership style.
We are facing a paradigm shift in the way companies are using the ERP system. Systems, which during many years have been characterized by fatiguing upgrades and costly customizations, are about to be replaced with Cloud ERP.
Columbus to host webinar on 8 May in conjunction with The Manufacturer. A recent survey found that 72% of industrial companies in Europe are planning to invest more into Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technologies in the next three years, as they expect them to deliver significant competitive and financial advantages.