Microsoft Dynamics 365: Top 3 Benefits That Can Help Boost Your Bottom Line

Microsoft Dynamics 365: Top 3 Benefits That Can Help Boost Your Bottom Line

Published by: Blandine Faure
Published date: 5th May 2017

With Dynamics 365, Microsoft has introduced a suite that is remarkably inexpensive compared to some of its cloud competitors. They have leveraged far superior products – Dynamics NAV and Dynamics AX – and pushed them into the SaaS model for a rather reasonable cost. And the integration with Dynamics CRM, SharePoint, Power BI and the rest of Office 365 can only be celebrated. But what is the business value behind the suite? Here are 3 key Dynamics 365 benefits that can help you boost your bottom line.

Microsoft Dynamics 365 is the only cloud-based solution that offers everything your organisation needs in terms of business applications, in one single place. It brings CRM and ERP capabilities together and works seamlessly across Sales, Customer service, Field service, Operations, Financials, Marketing, Project service automation and Customer Insights.

These apps are integrated with familiar tools like Outlook and Excel and digital intelligence empowers users with insightful decision-making. And Microsoft will not stop at this: the suite will grow, evolve and get enhanced.

3 key Dynamics 365 benefits

So what does it mean for your bottom line?

1.High speed of deployment

You won’t have to go through a whole project scoping phase with your IT team to buy servers and install software. With Dynamics 365 and its online provisioning, you can skip this altogether.

2.Reinforced licensing flexibility

Dynamics 365 allows you to move to a subscription model with a monthly operational cost. Not only is this more flexible than having potentially substantial capital costs, but there is also an opportunity to reduce costs as you only buy what you need with role-based subscriptions. For example, instead of your marketing team needing a whole CRM license, just get them the Marketing module. Besides, you’ll also save costs on data centre and servers.

3.Increased productivity

Based on a common data model, Dynamics 365 is a truly people-centric platform that empowers employees to work more efficiently. Microsoft has created a model where Dynamics 365 and Office 365 talk to each other. When you say “Customer” in your customer service tool, your financial application knows what you mean.

You can say goodbye to silos of information, as your employees have direct access to data and to the tools they need to act on these insights, thereby increasing their overall productivity. As a result, they get to work more on what matters most to your organisation.

All in all, Microsoft Dynamics 365 equips businesses with the ability to transform and streamline their operations, an increased agility and an opportunity to reduce costs significantly.

Would you like to discover more of the business value of Microsoft Dynamics 365? Join us for a free Dynamics 365 webinar on Thursday 25th May at 11.00am (GMT), as David Riordan – Dynamics Business Group Lead at Microsoft – gives us an inside look into the benefits Dynamics 365 can bring to businesses of all sizes.

Or simply contact us for a free consultation, we would be happy to explain how Microsoft Dynamics 365 can give you a competitive advantage.