# D365 Supply Chain Management
Power Platform or Office 365 for the win? Where does that leave Dynamics 365? Check out my "Back @ IT Take" on where this is headed and how it impacts you.
Paper checks? Who uses those anymore? In this post from Steve Murphy from the Payments Journal, it's clear that digital payment systems (and digital wallets) are what's need to adapt to consumer purchasing habits.
In this interview, Elif Item, CEO of Item by ITem, and I have an engaging discussion on self-paced learning, Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations, industry impacts during the pandemic, cloud adoption, transformation, and more.
For manufacturers, Microsoft Dynamics 365 allows you to unite the front and back office through a singular system which optimizes manufacturing productivity and increases customer convenience and satisfaction.
Your organization’s success is increasingly reliant upon the organizations that make up your supply chain. You may be utilizing multiple solutions from different companies, and trying to figure out the optimum way to have them all work together. This outline from TrueCommerce outlines the most complete way to connect your business across the supply chain.
The latest Release Plan (Wave 1 2021) for the Microsoft Power Platform has been published. Learn more about what's coming to the Power Platform and Dynamics 365 so that you can be prepared.
Join Steve Banker as he discusses current supply chain technology in the following three categories: hyped, promising, and solid solutions.
Microsoft's current update strategy is an attempt to get all customers on the latest version of Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations. Learn exactly what this means as a D365FO customer and how Microsoft's free automated testing tool, RSAT, can help with an increased need for regression testing.
Join us for this webinar to hear the latest from the Microsoft D365 support team. You'll learn about security: the best patterns for use and how to overcome current customer issues/questions/gotchas.
Understanding what's on the horizon for technology and it's impact on your supply chain is critical for future planning. The pace of technology will not be slowing down any time soon. Now is the time to plan and decide which technologies to embrace.
Microsoft Power Apps is a great option for businesses, as it's a Low-Code Application Platform (LCAP) that makes it easy for professional and amateur developers to create apps. The average cost of developing an application is 74% less with Power Apps, as it's an excellent way to save yourself a lot of time and money. Users with various technical expertise levels can develop apps to focus on specific business functions, whether it's related to IT, sales, finance, customer management, HR, etc.
Optimize your site for search engines (SEO), improve your on-site search function and ensure your team has digital expertise as you simplify your web store navigation, enhance your online product description and leverage marketing automation. Learn this and more through this session!