Dynamics 365 is a powerful business application suite that can handle many of the essential operations of a modern enterprise. However, to truly unlock its potential, it needs to be integrated with other software and services. That way businesses can streamline their operations, improve efficiency and gain valuable insights into their business operations.
Some standard integrations available between Dynamics 365 and other Microsoft applications include:
Microsoft Power Automate
Power Automate (formerly known as Microsoft Flow) is a cloud-based service that enables businesses to create automated workflows between Dynamics 365 and other Microsoft and third-party applications. Power Automate allows you to create automated workflows that can help streamline business processes, reduce manual effort, and improve overall efficiency.
Microsoft Power BI
Power BI is a business intelligence tool that allows businesses to analyze data and create visualizations. Power BI can be integrated with Dynamics 365 to create reports, dashboards, and other visualizations that can provide insights into your business operations.
Outlook is an email client that is widely used by businesses. Dynamics 365 can be integrated with Outlook to allow users to access Dynamics 365 data from within Outlook. This integration makes it easy for users to access customer information, sales data, and other important information without having to switch between applications.
SharePoint is a document management and collaboration tool that can be integrated with Dynamics 365. This integration allows users to access and share documents from within Dynamics 365. This integration can be especially useful for businesses that need to manage large amounts of documents and data.
Teams is a collaboration tool that allows businesses to communicate and work together in real-time. Dynamics 365 can be integrated with Microsoft Teams to allow users to access Dynamics 365 data from within Teams. This integration can be especially useful for businesses that have remote teams or teams that work from different locations.
Third-party tools and services
In addition to the integrations mentioned above, Dynamics 365 can also be integrated with a wide variety of third-party tools and services which can provide additional functionality.
Azure Service Bus
Azure Service Bus is a cloud-based messaging service that allows businesses to connect different applications and services across different environments. It enables businesses to create messaging workflows that allow different applications to communicate and share data, even if they are hosted on different platforms or in different locations.
Kingswaysoft is a third-party integration platform that provides powerful tools for connecting Dynamics 365 with a wide range of other systems and applications. With Kingswaysoft, businesses can create custom data integration workflows that move data between Dynamics 365 and other systems, such as cloud-based applications or on-premises databases.
These integrations can help businesses to customize their D365 implementation to meet their specific needs.