Dynamics Blog

Welcome to the Dynamics Blog hosted by the professionals at Armanino. This blog is about anything that may be helpful to others regarding Microsoft Dynamics' software. The topics can be anything from Microsoft Dynamics GP, AX, CRM, SharePoint, MAS 90/200, .NET development, accounting, compliance and more.

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Don’t Miss Microsoft’s Business Applications Summit

There is a new Microsoft conference that we are really looking forward to: the Business Applications Summit, taking place on July 22–24 in Seattle (which by the way, is really nice that time of year). The event blends the best aspects of Microsoft’s former Data and Analytics Summit, its Convergence event and the Dynamics 365 …

Monday, June 18, 2018

Tip: How to See Database Tables in D365 for Finance and Operations―Without VSTS

In AX2012 and prior, users could just go into the Application Object Tree (AOT) to see database tables, but the AOT is not available in D365.  So the reason this tip is really cool is that up until this point, we all thought it was necessary to have Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) installed in …

Friday, June 15, 2018

Tips for Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations Performance Optimization

Looking to get better performance from your Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations solution, or considering implementing the platform? There are a variety of ways you can improve your Dynamics 365 optimization, before and after implementation. Know your needs Whether you’re using Dynamics 365 in the cloud or through an on-premise deployment, one of …

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

The UG Summit is Coming!

We’re already chomping at the bit to get to Phoenix for the UG Summit, October 15-18. Just like last year, we’ll be sponsoring and leading sessions on various aspects of the Microsoft Dynamics 365 platform, and we’ll be manning an Armanino booth on the floor. If you’re considering attending, be sure to take advantage of …

Wednesday, May 2, 2018

Embedding PowerApps in Dynamics 365 for Finance & Operations

An exciting new feature has made its debut in platform update 14 of D365 for Finance & Operations. Now, you can embed a PowerApp directly into a D365 form or workspace! While this may be buried along with hundreds of others in the Spring Release, I think this is quite possibly one of the biggest …

Focus 2018: D365, AXUG, CRMUG & PUG

This year, the Dynamics User Community’s Focus 2018 conference is May 21- 24 in Indianapolis. Armanino is excited to present two different topics. Our first session, “Cloud-Only Data Warehouse and BI? Yes, You Can!” will cover the Azure components you need to build a D365-based data warehouse and Analysis Services environment in Azure. In this …

Friday, March 23, 2018

What You Need to Know About GDPR and Your Business Analytics

GDPR, or the General Data Protection Regulation, is big. Really big. Are you ready for the May 25 deadline? For companies using business analytics and pulling data from different systems, the new GDPR requirements on documenting data flows can be overwhelming. But they don’t have to be. First, does GDPR affect you? Instituted by the …

Power Up Your Business With PowerApps & Flow!

PowerApps are purpose-built apps that can be built specifically for your business. Companies can start with one of the many predefined templates or build an app from scratch through a simple, drag-and-drop user interface. No coding required! At Armanino, we are seeing companies adopt PowerApps to replace dozens of legacy apps. In particular, those that …

What Is Microsoft AppSource?

Microsoft AppSource is a resource that businesses can leverage to find and deploy products and services that extend the functionality of Microsoft’s existing online offerings. These services often provide a bridge for functionality gaps within the existing software or extend the online environment to serve industry specific needs. Microsoft AppSource is essentially an App Store …

Microsoft D365 for Finance and Operations Spring Release New Features

Spring is in the air! Birds are singing, flowers are beginning to pop up and with that comes a new release from Microsoft for D365! This Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations release has some exciting features that users have been anxiously awaiting. Alerts are back! Change-based alerts have been MIA in previous releases of …

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