Microsoft may further its integration of its services for a much smoother experience according to new reports based on the company’s forthcoming Ignite virtual conference for IT Pros and developers.
There is an existing Team-Dynamics integration and based on the 2019’s official announcement, there have been an integration between the Dynamics 365 Sales Integration with Teams which allow users to connect with the Dynamic 365 Sales record to Microsoft Teams channel without the need to actually download the Dynamic 365 Sales application.
Even with hat integration, Microsoft might be offering even much more integrations. There is a Day One session which is called “Microsoft Teams + Dynamics 365: The unified collaboration platform for modern business,” which outlines the case for improving the ties between these two product families.
Such integration will further enhance business processes as well as streamline the exchange of information and knowledge based on the session’s description.
The already-announced Dynamics 365 mobile app — which in some ways reminds me of the Office mobile app — brings together various Dynamics products into a single, unified app.
It will however be available in preview for Windows and offers capabilities such as bridging a single meeting card Dynamics Relationship Insights, Outlook, and LinkedIn.
Dynamics 365 mobile app users can dictate or scan in a business card and related notes; take advantage of deep linking between Outlook calendar, email, and Teams; and get automatic transcriptions for calls and meetings.
Microsoft will also be in the best position to explain what it’s trying to achieve on the integration of the Teams-Dynamics tools.
With an array of tools developed and marketed by Microsoft, an integration of some of its most useful services will definitely be a big plus for the enterprise users out there.
Speaking of Dynamics 365 and Ignite, it looks like Microsoft is planning an announcement around a new intelligent order management system next week, too.