Enable Seller Productivity by Integrating Office 365 with Dynamics 365 Sales Professional

Get the right tools to support your life on the go. MSDyn365 Sales Professional enables you to work anywhere, anytime.

In our current digital era—we are bombarded by information—making it difficult to navigate all of the data and knowledge thrown at us. Employees and sales reps often complain that there is too much distraction, making it difficult to know what to focus on. In fact, according to an Accenture report, 59% of sellers say they have too many sales tools and that distractions reduce seller’s performance by 14%.

Watch this insightful webinar and learn how Dynamics 365 Sales Professional cuts through the distraction by providing a single, intelligent platform turning initial sales contacts into closed deals.

The webinar provides an overview of Dynamics 365, an introduction into Dynamics 365 Sales Professional, and a demo of the product.

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Customer Story: Argusi

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Do you struggle with fragmented business applications that are difficult to use? Perhaps it’s a challenge to get your employees caught up and on the same page? This was the case for Argusi, a Netherlands-based supply chain optimization firm, until they implemented Dynamics 365 Sales Professional.

Starting out small, Argusi managed to get by using whatever platforms were available. As they grew, they realized this approach wouldn’t scale. Implementing Dynamics 365 Sales Professional alongside their existing Office 365 products, gave them the transparency they needed throughout the entire sales cycle.

Watch this video to see why Argusi is “a big fan” Dynamics 365 Sales Professional and how it transformed their Sales organization.

Protect your business: Recognize the top three security threats, plus one you may not know about

Security threats take many forms. You may know about the three most common types of cyberattacks (viruses, phishing, and ransomware), but do you know about the internal security threats your company faces?

Awareness is the first step in security and prevention. If you’re unsure of how to protect your company from cyberattacks, we can help. Check out this e-book and give us a call to get started.

This report gives detailed information on how to safeguard your customers’ data from viruses, phishing, and ransomware, plus a common security threat you may have overlooked.

The global average cost of a cyberattack is $3.6 million. But awareness is the first step in security and prevention. Check out this e-book and contact our team to learn more about how to defend your company against cyberattacks.

View: Protect your business: Recognize the top three security threats, plus one you may not know about

SQL Server and Azure SQL Database GDPR Guidance Paper

Members of the European Union and European Economic Area pay close attention to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which regulates data protection and privacy.

Microsoft created this informational guidance paper to support understanding of the regulations—and to offer helpful links if you need more specific information. Check it out!

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regulation in European law on data protection and privacy in the European Union and the European Economic Area. It also addresses the transfer of personal data outside of these areas.

To meet General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requirements, Microsoft has implemented technical (tooling) and organizational measures (processes) to ensure that data processing is in accordance with GDPR privacy regulations.

The actual path will be different for every organization, but general resources are available in a Service Trust Portal that Microsoft has created for customers to get started.

This white paper provides a good overview of GDPR and includes many links to sites with more specific information for associated topics.

View: SQL Server and Azure SQL Database GDPR Guidance Paper

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Digital Transformation in the Oil & Gas Industry: Combining Azure Cloud-Based Services

In today’s fast-paced world, we understand that every second is valuable to your business.
We also know that managing large volumes of data requires a battle-tested database. Microsoft’s Azure provides the tools you need to improve operational efficiency.

Watch how a data-driven company such as Lizo can utilize Cosmo DB and SQL Database to improve overall performance and business results. Contact us to learn more.


Our third Lizo video shows how utilizing Cosmos DB, SQL Database and Cache for Redis is advantageous for a company managing large volumes of data. The outcome: increased operational efficiencies and improved visibility in predictive maintenance.

Watch this video for another quick look at how Azure drives business results!

Lizo | Transformation in the oil & gas industry: data analysis and visualization

With improved technological tools, you’re likely accumulating more data than ever. If you’re wondering how to manage it, you’re not alone. Microsoft understands that most businesses are experiencing a significant increase in data and need help.

Watch this video for an example of how a data-driven company can utilize Azure Cosmos DB and Power BI to process large volumes of data and provide actionable insights to their business.

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Data. There’s a lot of it, and it’s everywhere. Azure cloud services helps organizations manage all aspects of their volumes of data. Here is an example of how a company in the oil and gas industry could utilize Azure Cosmos DB for data acquisition and Power BI for rich analytics with real-time insights.

Through partnering with Microsoft, a company like Lizo would be able to actualize their vision of next-generation data analysis and visualization. Watch this and look for additional Lizo videos to demonstrate the capabilities and power of Azure!