D365 V/s The Rest

When Dynamics 365 was announced last year, Takeshi Numoto, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Cloud + Enterprise, described a better world for businesses everywhere. “One where you can track leads, automate field service, drive sales and improve operations using modern, mobile, enterprise-ready intelligent business apps from the cloud that are as easy to use as the consumer apps that help us all get rides, book rooms, listen to music and take actions to improve our health.”

In just a few weeks after the launch, Microsoft Dynamics 365 took the center stage and showcased the unification of the Dynamics CRM and ERP Cloud solutions into one cloud service with new purpose-built applications and built-in insights and intelligence. With core business apps (focusing on Sales, Field Service, Customer Service, Project Service Automation, Marketing, and Operations), analytics from Cortana Intelligence and Power BI, and the productivity power of Office 365, this new approach is more than a game changer. It will be the framework that will help grow your business in FY18 and beyond.

While there are many different kinds of CRM tools available from different vendors, only Microsoft Dynamics 365 focuses on small and medium organizations as well as multinational corporations. Dynamics 365 for Business Edition can either be bought as an individual app or as a part of Dynamics 365 Business Edition, which comprises SMB focused sales, service, and marketing applications. It also comes at a lower cost and targets companies that have between 10 to 250 employees. Whereas Dynamics 365 Enterprise Edition is cloud solution designed for large businesses with more than 250 employees.

Microsoft Dynamics 365 offers deep integration to Office 365 to seamlessly connect your data and processes with collaboration and productivity, tools like SharePoint, Office, and Skype for Business can also be integrated. And with embedded intelligence tools including Power BI, Cortana Intelligence Suite, and Azure IoT, Dynamics 365 will help your organization disrupt the competition and increase the speed and efficiency of doing business.

Above all, Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales + LinkedIn Sales Navigator represents a major development for the sales process will make your more effective and allow you to save valuable time in order to tune up the sales pipeline:

With D365 and LinkedIn Sales Navigator Integration, you get:

 

what you get with D365

 

 

With so many options out there, selecting the right customer relationship management (CRM) solution can seem like an uphill battle. Here is a list of CRM leaders:

 

D365 comparison tble

 

 

What makes D365 different?

Improved operational efficiency

Its flexible workflow engine enables organizations to automate operations and processes in ways that people can use each day. Microsoft Dynamics 365 can relieve your employees of ordinary but vital work.

Enhanced customization

It can be tailored to function the way your company already works or wants to work

Targeted marketing campaigns

Microsoft Dynamics 365 delivers a marketing automation tool that simplifies processes like building lead and client lists, creating campaigns targeted at specific prospects, measuring results and executing follow-ups.

Simplified service scheduling

Microsoft Dynamics 365 delivers a centralized, all-in-one view of all client service requests and calendars.

D365 & O365

Dynamics 365 CRM enhances the reach of Microsoft Office Outlook by converting it into a tool to manage client information.

Seamless application and data source integration

D365 connects easily with the 3rd party application to help break down information

Scalable database architecture

Dynamics 365 offers you superior performance and flexibility with advanced features, state-of-the-art technology, and a robust architecture built to stand the test of time.

Now that you’ve had a quick glimpse into what makes Dynamics 365 different and efficient, are you ready to implement D365 for your business?

Take this free readiness assessment for Dynamics 365 on our websitehttp://www.sysfore.com/sysfore-dynamics365-offerings.aspx

Contact one of our experts today and to learn how you can implement Dynamics 365 in your organization and find the perfect solution for your business. Write to us at info@sysfore.com or give us a call at +91 (80) 4110 5555

Top 4 Ways Start-ups Can Leverage Cloud Computing

2017 saw the addition of over 1000 new start-ups, strengthening India’s position as the 3rd largest start-up ecosystem across the world. This takes the total number of technology start-ups in India to 5,200 (Nasscom start-up report 2017).

With this rapid increase of enterprises in the technology sector, competition also has become greater. Every other company is striving to distinguish themselves from others by increasing productivity or cutting down cost or an unconventional combination of both.

One way for tech companies to get a leg on the rest of the industry is by migrating to cloud. While cloud computing is immensely useful for all the companies, they are remarkably useful for start-ups, which need all the help they can get to hit the ground running.

 

Let’s look at 4 ways in which start-ups can leverage cloud computing:

 

  1. Save Money

4 out of 7 companies are now moving their company to cloud and it is no secret, cloud has become a vital component of company’s tech budget. You can do more with less funding on the cloud. The cloud offers an easy way to store your company’s data without the need to pay for expensive licenses or difficult software training courses. You can take the money you would spend on software and allocate it elsewhere.

 

  1. Going Mobile

The amount of work put into getting a start-up off the ground requires serious effort and working a lot of hours, which means day in and day out you will be checking work emails and accessing business documents, even at nights and on the weekends too. For an easy and convenient way to access your work using a mobile device like a tablet or smartphone, the cloud will surely be a boon to your business.

 

  1. Pay As You Go model

Start-ups can’t afford wastage. One of the major advantages of pay-as-you-go model is that there are no wasted resources. Rather than allotting for a certain amount of resource that may or may not be used, you pay only for the service procured.

  1. Growth promotion

Starting a new business is always a challenge, but hiring people in the early stages of a new company is a bigger challenge. The phase where you need to widen your focus to add more responsibilities, and also find the funding to pay new employees. This is where start-ups can leverage cloud adoption because the cloud requires less money and manpower than traditional software solutions, you’ll free up additional resources that you can put toward hiring.

 

With cloud computing, you will not only save resources but will also be able to invest your valuable time in the growth of your business. Sysfore, Microsoft Gold partner, uses leading network, technology, and service expertise to deliver our service anytime, virtually anywhere, quickly and efficiently. Contact one of our experts today and we will help you find the perfect solution for your business. Write to us at info@sysfore.com or give us a call at +91 (80) 4110 5555.

Cloud computing market projected to reach $411 billion by 2020

The worldwide public cloud services market revenue is projected to grow 18.5 percent in 2017 to total $260.2 billion, up from $219.6 billion in 2016, according to Gartner, Inc.

 

Gartner Report

Saas revenue in 2016 was far greater than what was expected, reaching $48.2 billion,” said the research director at Gartner. We have already crossed the 2017 forecast of Saas revenue with 2 months to spare. If this trend keeps on, by 2020 we are hoping to see a 100 billion revenue Saas(Cloud Application Services) market.

 

Of all the services, Cloud System Infrastructure Services(Iaas) is predicted to grow exponentially, 300% growth is expected by 2020. Iaas is expected to reach 45.8 billion by 2018, and 72.4 by 2020.

On the other hand, Cloud Business Process Services (BPaaS) is expected to grow the minimum forecasting only a 50%.

Taking into account the entire forecast period of 2016 – 2020, SaaS is on pace to attain 15.65% compound annual growth throughout the forecast period, also outpacing the total cloud market. The following graphic compares revenue growth by cloud services category for the years 2016 through 2020.

 

[Worldwide Public Cloud Services Revenue Forecast (Billions of U.S. Dollars)]

cloud computing 2020

 

(Source: Gartner report[October 2017] )

Also Read: Top 5 Cloud Computing trends for 2018 

In terms of vendor share, Gartner expects 70 percent of public cloud services revenue to be dominated by the top 10 public cloud providers through 2021. “In the IaaS segment, Amazon, Microsoft, and Alibaba have already taken strong positions in the market,” said the research director at Gartner.

Sysfore, Microsoft Gold partner, uses leading network, technology, and service expertise to deliver our service anytime, virtually anywhere, quickly and efficiently. Contact one of our experts today and we will help you find the perfect solution for your business. Write to us at info@sysfore.com or give us a call at +91 (80) 4110 5555.