The Enterprise edition will include a total of eight apps these include Dynamics AX, which is going to be regarded as a single “Operations” app, five apps representing most CRM-related capabilities, and PowerApps and Flow.
The Business edition will begin with Financials (aka Project Madeira) and soon after the initial launch will be introducing additional apps for sales and marketing.
Two critical components of the Dynamics 365 stack are the Common Data Model (CDM) and PowerApps.
CDM is a secure business database that affords an organisation a unified view of data across apps. CDM will enable organisations to connect business data from applications with information residing in the Office 365 productivity platform, for example a calendar appointment or Outlook task that surfaces Opportunity data associated with that particular entity.
PowerApps is a service for building and using custom business apps that connect to your data and work across the web and mobile. This makes integration between complex business processes easier without the time and expense of custom software development.
In a Cloud-first, Mobile-first world businesses demand the flexibility that Dynamics 365 affords. Should you want to know more, give QuantiQ a call.