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Alysa Taylor

Corporate Vice President, Business Applications & Industry

Alysa Taylor is the Corporate Vice President responsible for Microsoft's Business Applications and Global Industry Marketing. She leads the product marketing teams responsible for Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform (Power BI, Common Data Services, PowerApps and Microsoft Flow) as well as the global industry product marketing team.

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Young adult student inside home gaming. Back to school. Lenovo Legion
Young adult student inside home gaming. Back to school. Lenovo Legion
Today, we’re hosting the first-ever fully digital Microsoft Business Applications Summit. Just six weeks ago, the community expected we would be together this week in Dallas, Texas. Now, of course, we are looking forward to connecting with you virtually. In these past weeks, every business has shifted focus to adjusting to new and unexpected challenges, and doing so at lightning speed. Our team has mobilized efforts to help organizations stay connected to...Read more
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a person looking at the camera
Over the past weeks, Microsoft has mobilized global teams to support communities and organizations affected by the COVID-19 crisis. The Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Power Platform teams are working closely with organizations on the front lines of the crisis—including governments, healthcare providers, nonprofits, and schools and universities. We are also focusing efforts to ensure...Read more
Two healthcare employees talking in a hospital room.
Two healthcare employees talking in a hospital room.
The decade’s first global health crisis has placed the spotlight on the need for healthcare technology that can prevent and solve the world’s critical health challenges. This last week, Microsoft shared progress on innovations helping to meet these objectives. Today, we’re spotlighting intelligent health and business solutions from Microsoft Business Applications that empower health providers...Read more
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a woman sitting at a table
Retailers experienced more change in the last decade than nearly any other industry, a trend that is not likely to slow as we enter 2020. The only certainty in the new decade is the need for technologies that help retailers stay nimble, relevant, and anticipate customer needs and shopping preferences. As my colleague Shelley Bransten,...Read more
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Two people walking down a bright hallway.
No two organizations are alike, and neither are the solutions needed to achieve meaningful business results. The one common challenge for every organization, however, is the need to unlock the potential of data to proactively guide the right business outcomes. Dynamics 365 and Power Platform help you achieve this by connecting all of your data,...Read more
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Illustration of a car
Starting next week at IAA – New Mobility World, Microsoft will join 1000+ exhibitors and 250,000 visitors from approximately 39 countries to exhibit and explore immersive technologies, visionary concepts like electromobility, and many industry disruptors in Frankfurt. This year at IAA – New Mobility World asks the questions: “How are society, business, indeed our whole way...Read more
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a group of people sitting at a table in front of a window
Every year, we bring together thousands of Microsoft partners from around the world to celebrate, connect, and learn about what’s coming in the next year. Just last week, I had the chance to join this year’s Microsoft Inspire with 13,000 of our partners in Las Vegas, and it was an amazing week full of energy...Read more
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a group of people standing in a room
One might think that the world’s oldest brands are least resistant to change—as if innovation and heritage are opposing ideas in business. Instead, we can learn a lot about endurance in modern business from retail brands that have adapted to change for decades or, in the case of luxury linen maker Frette, for more than...Read more
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a person standing in front of a group of people posing for the camera
Last week, I had the opportunity to spend two days at the Adobe Summit, where our longstanding partnership with Adobe grew deeper and stronger. The momentum around Adobe and Microsoft was palpable, and I’m thrilled that we’re offering our mutual customers best-in-class solutions to provide great experiences for their customers. It was an exciting week...Read more
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a man and a woman walking down a street
Manufacturing has been a driving force for industrial and societal transformation for centuries. Next week, at Hannover Messe—the world’s leading trade show for industrial technology—decades of industrial technology innovation at Microsoft is intersecting with Industry 4.0. As Industry 4.0 ushers in new technological advances to improve operations, competition and customer demands are keeping pace. Customers...Read more
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a group of people sitting at a table
Today at Microsoft Business Forward in Paris, France we connected with hundreds of global business leaders to share our vision for Microsoft Business Applications. In addition, I had the privilege to unveil new Dynamics 365 AI and mixed reality applications, and new solutions to help businesses unlock deeper insights from data across their organizations. The...Read more
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a man and a woman standing in a room
This week at the HIMSS 2019 conference, the healthcare IT community will explore solutions to the most urgent challenges facing modern health. Microsoft will share new innovations to help health organizations navigate the complex technology transformations needed to deliver modern patient experiences that promote successful treatments and well-being. The Microsoft Healthcare team will showcase intelligent...Read more