Probably many of you have already heared the term "Dual Usage Right" for Microsoft Dynamics 365. Especially when dealing with Dynamics 365 licenses, the term comes up more often. But what exactly does it mean? And how do you get the On-Premise Key?
Which CRM is the most cost-effective for our company? This is certainly a question that many CEO’s or managing directors ask themselves when they are looking for a suitable customer engagement system. Especially for small and medium-sized companies, the cost factor plays an important role in the selection of the system. Therefore, we would like to present you, in the following blog article, the most cost-effective combination of licenses for Dynamics 365 for Sales.
The Unified Interface has been available for Microsoft Dynamics 365 since version 9.0. The new UI standardizes the user experience for the Dynamics 365 platform for the different devices. Without the Unified Interface, there are sometimes considerable differences in usability between the desktop browser, the mobile app and the retrieval of CRM data records within Outlook.
In the following blog article, we would like to give our readers a project insight into one of the worldwide biggest implementations of Business Warehouse on SAP HANA. The implementation was made for a globally acting chemical and pharmacy corporation in the area of warehouse management. INKUBIT was responsible for the conception and implementation of the warehouse management processes and a reporting based on these new processes for the special departments and the management level.
Setting the basic language of a Dynamics 365 CRM system to English, even though the system is used in another language, can bring many advantages. But some disadvantages as well. The advantages are certainly the faster availability of updates and better compatibility with third-party add-ins and applications. Disadvantages are the additional effort for translations and the limitations when using localizable elements.