Futurum’s lead analyst Shelly Kramer explores FedEx and Microsoft’s latest announcement: a new cross-platform logistics solution for e-commerce. She also offers insight on how this logistics-as-a-service offering will change the retail industry.
Microsoft continues to push its ambitions to see Microsoft Teams as the centerpiece of work with new integrations into Dynamics 365
Today’s users want both simplicity and seamless integration—which they get from Microsoft, not Salesforce.
At this year’s Microsoft partner event, Inspire, the company announced a series of important updates to dynamics 365 and the Power Platform.
Last week Microsoft hosted its annual biz apps summit where it shared the important role applications are playing in rapid digital transformation.
The integration of WalkMe’s digital adoption platform into Microsoft’s Dynamics 365 ecosystem is good news — both for WalkMe, as well as for Dynamics 365 users in the enterprise. Here’s why.
Microsoft quietly launched a rich new set of Dyamics 365 features and applications this past week. More on the announcements and what they mean for Microsoft.
Demand continues to grow for Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Power Platform, and with good reason. Simplifying business applications, allowing customers to do more with their data (and more easily use that data), and AI, are key areas of focus. Additionally, Microsoft’s clear advantage is Azure. I expect Microsoft Business Applications + Azure Cloud to continue to serve as the foundation for companies looking to expedite their ambitions of transformation with data and AI.