Microsoft Dynamics 365 version 9 is here. Although it is officially a minor release, it brings new functionality and a number of deprecations that should be planned for, if they are not to take your users by surprise.
This e-book is a consolidated resource explaining how to overcome the challenges of the deprecated features and benefit from the new functionality. It is heavily illustrated with screenshots so you can see what it will look like.
New deployments - trials and production - for the last few months have been v9.
As of late December 2017, updates to existing users of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Online are expected to happen between February and August 2018. Clients who have not upgraded from 8.0 or 8.1 to 8.2 will have a mandatory update to v9.0.
The following are new features in Microsoft Dynamics 365 v9
The following features are deprecated in Microsoft Dynamics 365 v9 and may be removed as early as the next release. If you are using any of these features and have not yet planned how to replace them, this e-book is a good place to start.
Published by Gill Walker
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Opsis is an expert Microsoft Dynamics 365 consulting company. Our focus is your Microsoft Dynamics 365 success - not licence sales or billable hours. As Principal Consultant, Gill oversees all business operations and strategic planning and execution, yet she still believes in offering personal attention to each and every client, so as to understand their needs and offer tailored solutions. We are based in Sydney, with clients in Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, Brisbane and across Australia. We offer Microsoft Dynamics 365 strategy, Microsoft Dynamics 365 scoping, Microsoft Dynamics 365 implementation, Microsoft Dynamics 365 technical support, Microsoft Dynamics 365 advice and guidance, Microsoft Dynamics 365 training and mentoring.