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Now displaying: December, 2018
Dec 7, 2018

Murray Fife is a Dynamics 365 Global Black Belt at Microsoft who also spent years in the Dynamics partner channel. He writes on his own "A Tinkerer's Notebook" blog, he publishes an ongoing series of books about D365 and AX configuration and usage, and he can frequently be found in person and online educating the community on some of the latest and greatest tech inside and around Dynamics. Murray out in front on how the possibilities for blending standard Dynamics 365 capabilities with other cool. And as you'll hear in this conversation, these days Murray is looking farther and deeper than ever before at the ways customers can approach their technology needs.

Show Notes:

  • 3:00 – What is the Global Black Belt role all about?
  • 5:00 – How D365FO deals are changing in terms of what customer proposals look like
  • 6:30 – What Murray likes about the GBB role
  • 14:00 – Microsoft technology that Murray is excited about today
  • 22:45 - Sentiment and emotion analysis
  • 27:30 – Working alongside Dynamics R&D
  • 33:00 – Building amazing Flows
  • 36:00 – Distinguishing between Flow and Azure Logic Apps
  • 40:00 – What you can do to make Flows into a service that teams can manage rather than individuals
  • 43:00 – Update on Murray's Barebones Companions guides, moving to D365FO
Dec 3, 2018

The news roundup is back! With a busy few weeks behind us, the MSDW editorial team looks back at some of most important news and announcements in the Microsoft Dynamics 365 ERP and CRM ecosystem. There were leadership changes, product architecture announcements, partner channel revelations, and plans for a new article series.

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