One of the keys to success as a business is building a lasting relationship with each customer. Managing customer relations used to be a time-consuming process that resulted in a lot of missed opportunities. However, the latest advances in technology have made it much easier to work with clients. Customer relationship management (CRM) tools continue to grow in popularity with the help of cloud computing.
TrueCommerce provides one integration gateway for all your sales channels including EDI, online storefronts & marketplaces and more. Learn more about how these native, integrated, cloud-based solutions work for D365F&O/AX.
TrueCommerce provides one integration gateway for all your sales channels including EDI, online storefronts & marketplaces and more. Learn more about how these native, integrated, cloud-based solutions work for D365BC/NAV.
TrueCommerce provides one integration gateway for all your sales channels including EDI, online storefronts & marketplaces and more. Learn more about how these native, integrated, cloud-based solutions work for AX.
Learn how to combine the power of Microsoft Power Platform - PowerApps and Flow - with Azure Cognitive Services' Computer Vision to create sophisticated line of business applications for your enterprise. The following topics are covered: - Canvas applications in PowerApps - Microsoft Flow - Setting up Azure Cognitive Services' Computer Vision
So your organization has decided to take the plunge and invest in a cloud service provider (CSP): Microsoft Azure. Maybe this is voluntary or alternatively through mergers and acquisitions, but the fact remains the same: Azure is likely an extension to your organizations’ on-premises enterprise network. Whether your organization is configured for a hybrid (cloud/on-premises) or completely cloud-native architecture, there are extensive security considerations. Azure is a fast-moving train; the technologies, services and integrations are constantly changing. Cloud service adoption rates are increasing, and an understanding of the Azure services, architecture, and security is critical. We’ll discuss many of the core security features and considerations that are fundamental tenets of a secure Azure environment. Additionally, we will touch on a business continuity strategy in the event federation fails or on-premises service is no longer available. It is an ambitious topic, but one that will help you better approach and prioritize your Azure hardening initiatives.
RadiusOne A/R eInvoicing & Collections App enables improved collector efficiency, minimized bad debt write-offs, reduced DSO, low-cost invoicing and payments via ACH and credit cards. With a prioritized worklist driven by collections strategies trusted by the pioneers in the industry, readily available backup information and automated dunning correspondence, collectors are able to contact more accounts and centrally track collections activities for proactive review and follow-up. With e-invoicing through emails and invoice push into popular accounting software including QuickBooks, Xero and websites, cut costs on paper invoicing while tracking invoice delivery. Enable customers with a self-service portal and ensure availability of multiple payment options.
SaaS and Cloud solutions are transforming the financial process and all of this is underlined by the emergence of Artificial Intelligence, creating a new function for CFO’s to become continuous strategy managers as opposed to daily financial managers. Fuelled by new data aggregation and digital reporting enabled by new and emerging solutions by organizations like HighRadius, today’s CFO can spend less time searching for information and more time planning and architecting the future of the business with other C-level executives.
This real world analysis examines the challenges facing Softbank subsidiary Brightstar as they managed through mounting manual costs to resolve multiple deductions issues. With more than 22 temp employees working double shifts at one point, High Radius entered the scene to work with Finance Project Systems Manager, Tim Walker, via a cloud based solution that drove a 50% reduction in shortage deductions write-offs.
Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed when it comes to choosing “the” Microsoft tool to use for your analytics projects? Join this session to learn about various options for data movement and integration in order to employ the right analytics strategy for you. Topics covered will include Power BI Dataflows, Azure Data Factory, Azure Synapse, Azure Stream Analytics and more. Select live demonstrations will be used to illustrate use cases. • Discover the use case for different available tools • Examine the components and architecture options for different approaches • Appreciate the benefits and drawbacks of each option The content of this session is geared toward an audience with beginner to intermediate-level knowledge of the subject area. This session will be available for CPE credits pending completion of session survey post event.
Some companies rush to deploy using the Microsoft Cloud offering because it is perceived as a quick and easy option. However, this may not be the best solution. In many cases, the on-premises option in Azure can offer lower costs and more control of the solution. Join us for this session where we’ll discuss the pros and cons of using the Business Central SaaS/Cloud model and the on-premises subscription model hosted in Azure.
In today’s work environment, the cloud gives more people access to solutions from a variety of devices. Users complain of multiple log-in requirements. In this session, you will learn how to implement a Single Sign On in the Azure Cloud, along with other ways to consolidate identities across the board for your various servers while still maintaining a secure environment. This session will be available for CPE credits pending completion of session survey post event. Level: Basic