Welcome to the DC Digest’s second edition of 2020. Whether you’ve been getting these for a while or just now reading our newsletter for the first time, we hope you find them informative. Our attempt with these emails is to share what we know within the Dynamics channel with a splash of entertainment. Occasionally we’ll go deeper on a topic or two with a blogpost or whitepaper, but know this isn’t advertising, its knowledge sharing. We save our ad budget for billboards…Our commitment to the Dynamics community is rooted in our early beginnings. Founded as a community first partner, we understand we can’t be everything for everyone. But with UG chapter meetings, webinars and distance learning classes, active blog posting and even the occasional happy hour, our team of consultants consistently participate in a variety of ways to share what they know. Considering most of our team used to be customers themselves, our goal is to write the kind of newsletter we’d want to read. And with clouds-a-plenty these monthly changes raining from the heavens pushed us to use this medium as an extension of that outreach where you can learn about changes from Microsoft, key upcoming events, or even money saving tips and tricks each month. Give us a try and read for a few months. If it’s not your cup of tea, that’s totally ok. Still maybe you’ll find something worth sharing with friends or family. Who’s kidding who, your family doesn’t know what you do!Happy Reading,Jon StypulaPresident – sa.global
News You Should Know
#MSDyn365FO: Advanced credit management is being released in the upcoming 10.0.9 release.#MSDyn365CE: Heads up to customers using D365 Team Member licenses: Microsoft has announced the first round of license enforcement that will limit Team Members access to Customer Service Hub, Sales Hub and custom apps. If your Team Members need access to these apps, they’ll need to jump up to a full license, or one of the Power Apps licenses. Contact us if you need assistance in determining the impact for your users.Microsoft has recently announced D365 Project Operations, a new app that combines the best of Project Service Automation and Project Online with invoicing capabilities from D365 Finance,expected availability is this October.There are lots of new features coming up between now and October; check out the April 2020 Release Wave 1 documentation for details.#MSDynGP: Want to use Power BI with Dynamics GP? Checkout this blog series!#MSDyn365BC:April 2020 release is right around the corner – tons of new features & functionality! Click here to schedule our managed upgrade services.#SharePoint: Microsoft’s recent acquisition of Movere helps reduce the complexities of moving your data into SharePoint If you have any questions or would like to have a discussion with us about any of the topics above, please reach out to your Practice Manager, or fill out the Contact Us form.
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