stoneridgesoftware: Dynamics 365 and Microsoft AppSource – What does it mean for clients?
Microsoft has unveiled a series of information and new tools for the move into “enterprise-ready intelligent business apps” with the announcement of Dynamics 365 and Microsoft AppSource. Microsoft’s announcement can be found here.
Here are a couple industry takes on the subject:
Though many articles focus on two key elements of Dynamics 365 and Microsoft AppSource, this is actually a multi-part announcement:
Though this announcement is a fair amount of brand discussion, it is the outcome of a lot of new architecture that has been ongoing for Dynamics CRM, Dynamics AX, and Dynamics NAV / Project Madeira. Cloud deployment and new development models to support extensions/apps has been a major focus of recent releases.
Microsoft AppSource can be thought of as an App Store for ERP. There are really two types of Apps available:
For both new and existing clients, Dynamics 365 and Microsoft AppSource represent Microsoft’s continued investment and innovation in the business software space.
New clients will find easier identification and selection of industry solutions and partners. Existing Clients, upgraded to current releases, will be able to benefit from Microsoft AppSource in their existing CRM, AX, or NAV implementations (even if on-premise). For example, if you are an existing client with a smaller side company running QuickBooks, and just haven’t gotten around to pulling that into Dynamics NAV … there’s an App for that.
Finally, it is worth acknowledging that the series of announcements of New Dynamics AX / AX7, Project Madeira, and now Dynamics 365 has caused some confusion in the marketplace, but Dynamics 365 is a distinct product offering moving forward.
Microsoft has provided communications and Q&As to state that on-premise installations of Dynamics AX, Dynamics NAV, and Dynamics CRM and future planning are not impacted in any way, but allows much of the ongoing development effort for one solution to be applicable to the other.
Customers can learn more about Dynamics 365 here and about AppSource here.
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