Exchange on-premise data between SQL Server and Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations using Microsoft Flow

In this article I will share knowledge about exchanging data between Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations, running on Azure, and your local files or local SQL data.

To achieve this goal we will leverage Microsoft Flow, the workflow engine available on Azure. This cloud service works seamlessly with other Microsoft Cloud services (e.g., Office 365, Power BI, PowerApps), enabling information flow that can meet the latest digital business demands.  

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About Rahul Mohta

Rahul Mohta is one of the advisory members of Real Dynamics.  He has cultivated diverse and rich experiences working with global Dynamics AX customers and partners, enabling them to realize the full value of their ERP platforms. Rahul's 15 years of experience spans across multiple geographies (Americas, Europe, Asia, India) and multiple domains - Financials, Supply Chain, Distribution, Manufacturing, Warehousing, Retail and Professional Services. Prior to joining Real Dynamics, he played consulting roles for Microsoft and Infosys. For more information on Real Dynamics services, please contact us at info@realdynamics.com.

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