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In this week's Microsoft Dynamics partner news roundup:
Barratt Homes and
PowerObjects, an HCL
Technologies Company, are teaming up on a CRM replatform project.
Barratt is moving to Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement Online to
improve productivity, simplify the user experience, and deliver a
consistent approach to customer engagement across its 27 regional
D365CE will allow the company to modernize the workplace and
improve collaboration. D365CE's integration with Office 365, Azure,
and the Power Platform is intended to enable Barrett to develop a
long-term roadmap to improve business processes elsewhere in the
"We took the time to agree to the ways of working with the
Barratt team, which sets us up well for a successful first phase,
and look forward to helping Barratt explore additional
opportunities to leverage the Microsoft Business Applications
platform long-term," stated Greg Harradence, sales director,
PowerObjects. "We see a great opportunity in the U.K. construction
market for digital transformation and have plans to be a driving
force for change in the sector."
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