Microsoft focuses on applying business apps to nonprofits at CXO Summit

Justin SpelhaugJustin Spelhaug, general manager of Microsoft Philanthropies, writing in the Microsoft On the Issues blog, said nonprofits struggle with lack of technical capacity, few partners and technology solutions, as well as scarce resources. The company wants its business solutions and tools, including Dynamics 365, the Common Data Service, Power BI templates, and Azure - and the Microsoft partner channel - have play a part in improving these organizations' performance.


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