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One of the beauties of Microsoft Dynamics 365 is its versatility. That versatility is due in large part to Microsoft’s commitment to continue to expand, adding apps that allow modules to connect with one another and handle a variety of business processes. Dynamics 365 Unified Interface (UI) allows a seamless interaction across desktop, mobile, and Outlook.
Prepare for UI
Originally envisioned as the single client interface for all Dynamics 365 apps, UI is the default interface for the Outlook app, the Dynamics mobile app, and all the new Dynamics 365 modules.
Effective Oct. 2020, the Dynamics 365 legacy web client, along with its process dialogues and workflows, will be discontinued. Those organizations using the web client will transition to UI. Microsoft suggests you do that as soon as possible, as waiting until the last minute may prove troublesome. Be prepared and the transition will go smoothly.
Contact BroadPoint today, and we’ll help make sure your organization is prepared for the transition.
Benefit from UI
Since its release in 2017, many businesses have transitioned their Dynamics 365 legacy web client to UI and are enjoying the benefits of the new interface. As soon as your business transitions, you can experience these benefits too:
These are just a few of our favorite features of Microsoft Dynamics 365’s United Interface. If you are a Dynamics 365 user and want to prepare to transition from the web client to UI, now is the best time. Contact BroadPoint's experts and we'll help you through the process.
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