Microsoft Dynamics News & Notes, Summit EMEA Edition: Naming bugs; CRM forms; Budgeting tools; GP migration; NAV Tenerife; Ideas site


Now that the Dutch snacks have been enjoyed and the bikes locked up, we've scoured our reporter's notebook to bring you the rest of the Microsoft Dynamics NAV, CRM, AX, and 365 news items from last week's Summit EMEA 2017 event. Among the noteworthy details are product renaming plans, user interface updates, migration possibilities, and roadmap guidance. 

Dynamics 365 CRM apps about to get a big new forms redesign

Form loading speed in Dynamics 365/CRM has improved in recent years, but it is still seen as a weakness against competitors. But that could soon change for the better.


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GP to 365

Would D365 Enterprise plus NAV on premise be a good choice for a manufacturer or wouldn't it make more sense to go to Operations due to the current cloud integration? I've heard Operations\AX is overkill for some and expensive to implement compared to GP\NAV so I find it strange that GP to 365 Operations would be a common path.

Is there anyway to get a recording of this webinar? "Some partners, however, are already thinking about the GP to D365 Operations journey. You can learn more about one partner's views on the topic tomorrow, April 11."