5 Articles from June 2017

  • Microsoft Announcement: Dynamics 365 for Talent

    Microsoft has announced its Dynamics 365 for Talent which will be specifically designed for HR, with the promise of a “holistic approach to attracting, onboarding and growing talent”. With this new release, they are promising companies that they’ll be able to understand their workforce from a 360-degree viewpoint and link all key aspects. Companies will be able to view and understand the people they need in their business to meet strategic targets, see the talent they’ve already got, and who the best candidates in the market are. All of this will help when connecting the dots for their candidate attraction/retention strategy....read more
  • Comparing AI Tools: Salesforce and Dynamics 365

    Just a few years ago, cloud computing revolutionised customer management, allowing small to mid-sized businesses to access communication platforms and data without having to invest heavily in a complex IT infrastructure. But with the advancements in AI, machine learning is the new kid on the block. This new technology can transform marketing and customer support, and now they’ve been introduced in to Cloud CRM tools by the likes of Microsoft and Salesforce. ...read more
  • Growing Your Sales Strategy: LinkedIn and Dynamics 365

    Social selling is getting a purpose boost in the enterprise as Microsoft integrates LinkedIn into its portfolio of business applications. Microsoft’s most recent announcement states that they’ll be integrating LinkedIn and their cloud-based ERP and CRM suite, Dynamics 365. This is probably not a surprise after the company bought LinkedIn last year- but it will be a step in the right way for supporting social sales strategies. ...read more

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