Mix And Match: The Flexibility Of MS Dynamics 365 And How To Buy The Right Combo

Microsoft Dynamics 365 is a set of business applications that you, the consumer, tailor to your business. Rather than buy software that is loaded down with tons of apps you do not really need and will probably never use, this well-known company has created software with a stack of app options you can mix and match. It has also created two separate versions for large businesses and small to medium businesses. Here is more information on that flexibility and how to buy the right combination of apps in the software. 

B2B, B2C, and B2E

Both versions of this software provide you with apps to conduct business-to-business, business-to-customer, and business-to-employee or employee-to-employee activities. For instance, say that you assign a project to a group of employees. That group of employees needs to remain in regular contract with each other while working on parts of the project apart.

As they work out their assigned parts, they can connect and join with others in the project to complete it. When the project is complete, but it needs to go to production, the employees send the details, designs, and specs to the appropriate production company. The product from the project is mass-produced, and then sold to the public where every item is tracked using an app or apps within the 365 software. With literally every step in this project, the software tracks, passes, creates, moves, and documents the connections of B2B, B2C, and B2E/E2E activities.

Upgrading or Downgrading

Is your business downgrading from a large company to a medium company to control costs? Maybe it is profitable enough that it is upgrading to a large company? Whichever direction your company heads, up or down, the software can adapt. If you already own the 365 software for large companies and the license has not yet run out, MS can help your company switch over to the small/medium company program, and likewise, vice versa.

How to Buy the Right Combination of Apps and the Right Version for Your Company

In this situation, you would probably consult one of many Microsoft Dynamics 365 consultants. The consultant assesses your company for employee size, upward or downward mobility, and applications that will be most useful to your regular operations. Then your consultant will present a report to you, with a list of the applications he/she feels you need and could use often, and helps you get the software set up after you make your purchases. 

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