The Microsoft #D365 Implementation Guide – #D365ForHousing

The Microsoft #D365 Implementation Guide – #D365ForHousing

Today, during the Microsoft Business Applications Summit, Microsoft launched Success by Design – a vision for what’s possible with #Dynamics365, #PowerPlatform and Microsoft Cloud. Click on the picture to download it for FREE.  But if you’re not sure where to start I’m here to help you throughout your Dynamics journey. Here’s how: Help you implement your Dynamics 365 system…

Dynamics 365 + Teams, a match made in heaven?   #D365ForHousing

Dynamics 365 + Teams, a match made in heaven? #D365ForHousing

For the last year Microsoft Teams has become second nature to many of us. Its enabled us to connect with customers and colleagues everywhere. In this blog I’ll show how Teams can be used with Dynamics 365. Dynamics sits quite nicely as an app within teams. It has some good functionality like being able to…

#D365ForHousing – Its not all about Tech

#D365ForHousing – Its not all about Tech

I’m on a mission to bring together people and processes from across the Housing and Public sector and package them up in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for FREE!  #D365ForHousing is the Affordable.Innovative.Collaborative way of doing just that! I’ve already worked with a variety of housing professionals to create a number of modules including.. Person Property Tenancy ASB Complaints While…

Case Management -#D365ForHousing

Case Management -#D365ForHousing

The #D365ForHousing solutions will help the housing sector save £000’s, drive efficiencies and enable colleagues to work anywhere. It’s important to use it in a consistent way and make the most of (out of the box) functionality that your Dynamics 365 license fee pays for…. After all why re-invent the wheel? We know contact should be logged…

Dynamics 365 for housing, Why not?

Dynamics 365 for housing, Why not?

I really enjoyed this years Housing Technology conference, but I was surprised by the number of housing associations who still haven’t started or question starting their crm journey. Part of this is obviously down to cost but a large portion also appears to be down to a lack of understanding about where to start. But…

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