Over the last several weeks, lots of announcements have been made about the products that comprise Dynamics 365, specifically around Dynamics 365 Business Central. And I know we’ve been promoting this product line to you over the last several years. Your question: “Is it time that I look at what Dynamics 365 has to offer my infrastructure business?”
In a word: “YES!”
I see the pieces coming together: appropriate products and roadmap, competitive pricing, and easy availability.
One of my co-workers, Craig Crescas, is about to start a three city roadshow (San Diego, Chicago, New York) (https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/uspartner_ts2team/2018/04/17/attend-one-of-the-upcoming-microsoft-dynamics-365-business-central-roadshows/)
and he just finished a four part webcast (https://msuspartner.eventbuilder.com/?landingpageid=u200VK)
And today, we are letting you know about another, upcoming, webcast series:
As a Microsoft Partner, adding Microsoft Dynamics 365 solutions to your current offerings can help turn your customer relationships into increased revenue and profitability. Join us in this three-part series where the Partner Technology Strategists and Architects will provide sophisticated demos of Dynamics 365 Sales, Customer Service, and Marketing. These demos will go in-depth on new product functionality, customer based scenarios, and steps on how to prepare a demo environment.
By adding Dynamics 365 to your portfolio you will also have the opportunity to earn customers for life with your ability to add your managed services and future Dynamics 365 modules to your customer offerings. Join us to see the potential Dynamics 365 can bring to your business.
In addition, they will show you demo tools and resources available to support your organization’s go to market strategy while reducing your cost of sale.
We look forward to have you join us for all three events!
Trying to attend all of these events is a HUGE investment of time, but attending one of these events is an appropriate investment in your future.