To come up with an enterprise resource planning software, like Dynamics Solomon, ‘collaboration’ was, indeed, the cornerstone for developing the platform prior to its 2011 launch date. Furthermore, it’s a vital aspect that can be pushed aside in the communications processes with small and medium-size businesses controlling multiple projects: they often rely heavily on communicating without the benefit of sharing ideas among team members, or even their customers—in real-time.
The go-to programs for such companies—Outlook, Word or Excel—store their information in disconnected silos, thereby shutting down any hint of real-time interaction, and effective decision making. Moreover, staff must spend time searching files and programs to complete an order, or answer the customer’s questions.
Microsoft released it’s 2015 version of Dynamics in October 2014. Keyed to an SMB market, the suite is tailored for businesses who need to manage a number of ongoing projects. The software uses Web Apps while integrating seamlessly with the cloud and, of course, an array of mobile devices.
As noted in Redmond Channel Partner, an independent follower of Microsoft products:
“; more Web apps for mobile devices, including apps for project analysis, project maintenance and project approvals; and improvements to reporting and financial capabilities.”
As noted on the Microsoft Dynamics SL website, the accounting module is “project-focused.” What’s more, it provides the means to achieve “better control, better profits, and more room to grow.”
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