From the GP Blogs: The Basics of Integration Manager; Closing Purchase Orders Safely; “Field Service Anywhere” Discontinued; Business Essentials Technical Demonstration Toolkit

Understanding the Basics of Integration Manager: Q Factor's Blog provides a clear and detailed explanation with screenshots for the end user: "I find that most end users have a difficult time understanding the fundamentals of IM, so I want to outline a very simple integration design for those of you who are new to building integrations and feel a bit overwhelmed by the tool.


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Field Service Anywhere NOT Discontinued

Just to be clear, Field Service Anywhere is NOT being discontinued. Microsoft is simply switching it from an OEM product back to a 3rd party vendor product. I.B.I.S. will continue to grow, support and enhance Field Service Anywhere.

I'm sure this was a headline space issue because the body of the article got it right but the headline is misleading.