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Forecasting in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations with Azure Machine Learning

by Rahul Mohta
Independent Advisor, Real Dynamics,
August 07 2020

This article was co-authored by Yogesh Kasat, consultant and founder of Real Dynamics

Accuracy, reliability and timely information is critical in undergoing digital transformation. Cloud technologies fosters use Artificial Intelligence with machine learnings and empower decision makers to help make the right decision.

In this article we would like to cover usage of Azure Machine Learning (AML) and R scripts to provide sales forecasting in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations.

For anyone ready to proceed with end to end usage of Azure ML in D365FO, here is an overview of the phases to address:


We intend to share our experience in this article in 3 parts:

  1. Prerequisites
  2. Implementation tips
  3. Summary


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About Rahul Mohta

Rahul Mohta is a value advisor for Microsoft Dynamics 365. He has solid techno-functional experience in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations for Dynamics platform evaluation, end to end implementations, strategic initiatives, mergers and acquisitions, roll outs, training and advisory.

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