Speaker: Megan Walker |
Microsoft Forms Pro was made generally available on July 1st 2019. In a magical combination, Microsoft Forms has been given a much needed boost by storing responses in the Common Data Service, and therefore providing the ability to use the flexibility of Microsoft Flow to give organisations a powerful solution to request and analyse feedback from customers. Let’s take a look at the top business benefits of Forms Pro!
Speaker: Marco Amoedo |
In this session, we will review the origins, history, and architecture of the Common Data Service. We will see how some of the inheritance of their SQL 2000 based ancestors still show up today, and how they impact us. We will also discuss some of the complexities of the data modelling on the CDS, and what is the impact of all those options we have when creating new entities. We will review How and When to use some of the different particular data types and their limitations. Finally, we will discuss some of the crucial design decisions when building your data model.
Speaker: Ben Vollmer |
Beyond Field Service! Leveraging Scheduling across Dynamics 365
Schedules are everywhere. And while we often combine the Schedule Board, Microsoft has made the Schedule Board available for scenarios outside of traditional Field Service. Come learn about what the components are and how you can leverage them in your projects to drive success. We will discuss what Universal Resource Scheduling is, how it works and fits into Field Service, Project Service and can be leveraged for your success in Sales, Customer Service or other scenarios.
Speaker: Shane Young |
You probably know one, you might know them all, but do you know how they best work together? In this session, you will learn about how the three work together to help you build great solutions. The session will be demo heavy so come prepared to see the products in action. Topics to be discussed include: How to choose when they all do the same thing Real world use cases we are seeing Some of the quirks of the trio Discussion of some of the other data sources that may come up How you can also incorporate your on-prem SharePoint