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Enjoy 4 free months of Dynamics Sales Professional (CRM)

We are excited to share with you a promotion from Microsoft (effective August 3, 2020) for Dynamics Sales Professional and Customer Service Professional (CRM) subscription licenses for new customers in Canada.

In today’s environment, businesses are expected to be even more agile, adjusting and adapting existing processes in response to new employee and customer needs. We have also seen a market trend towards connecting your ERP and CRM data, tying your financial, operational, and customer data from various disparate sources, giving you a a complete 360-degree view of your business activities.

In response to this Microsoft is offering 4 months at no cost with a 1-year commitment. To qualify, you must be brand new to Dynamics CRM or have cancelled or expired subscription (within the last 30 days). This offer is open to all geographies where Dynamics Sales Professional and Customer Service Professional is available

If you would like to learn more about this promotion and how it may benefit your organization, please contact info@efoqus.ca   


How to Change the Layout of a Report in Dynamics 365 Business Central

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Dynamics 365 Business Central is Microsoft’s ‘comprehensive business management solution’. It provides organizations with the tools they need to manage financials, supply chain, business operations, and more, as efficiently as possible. If you use Dynamics 365 Business Central within your organization, you’ll be familiar with its robust reporting tools. It comes with many great reporting features out-of-the-box, including account schedules, Excel templates, and seamless integration with Power BI – a business analytics tool by Microsoft, with a free basic version.

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The Dynamics 365 Landscape has Changed Since COVID-19, Here’s How

Microsoft Dynamics Partner Vancouver

Estimated read time = 6 minutes

COVID-19 has changed the world. We could never have imagined this reality as we rang in a new decade at the beginning of this year. The global pandemic has changed the balance and perception of work from a predominately in-office activity to an at-home endeavour, or a blended mix of both.

The sheer scale of the transformation for previously full-time ‘in-office’ workers is an enormous topic and study on its own, and not something I’ll be diving into today. However, it’s important to acknowledge that “the days of everyone working in the office” is almost a distant memory, as that train has truly left the station.

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