Digital transformation with applied AI: The role of Microsoft Dynamics 365, Teams, and Office 365

Another Microsoft Envision is now in the books. This year in Orlando and like the previous Envision in New Orleans, the primary focus and topic of conversations across the event was driving digital transformation.  However, something clearly noticeable at this year's event was the interest and level of discussion around the topic of artificial intelligence (AI).

The use of AI in the enterprise no longer seems to be merely an aspiration for the distant future. Instead, AI is entering into the consciousness of more business leaders and already a reality for a growing number of forward-thinking businesses. One need look no further than Microsoft products like Dynamics 365, Teams, and Office 365 to see how technologies like Microsoft Cognitive Services, Machine Learning, and Bot framework are poised to enable a new generation of intelligent applications.

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About Kamal Ahluwalia

As chief revenue officer for Apttus, Kamal Ahluwalia is responsible for the sustainable success of the company's customers and partners. His strategic outlook and history of growing customer demand has resulted in the creation and evolution of entirely new software categories, now widely recognized as essential to modern businesses. Today, Apttus is a recognized leader with customers spanning from more than 100 "Fortune 500" companies to fast growing organizations on their way to becoming iconic global brands. Previously, Ahluwalia served as chief marketing officer for Selectica, a role in which he drove the firm's expansion into the "Configure Price Quote" (CPQ) markets. Prior to Selectica, he held leadership positions at Model N, Oracle, and Apple. Ahluwalia holds a master's degree in computer science from Utah State, and a bachelor's degree in computer science from IIT Roorkee.

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