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Alysa Taylor

Corporate Vice President, Industry, Apps, and Data Marketing

Alysa Taylor is the Corporate Vice President responsible for Microsoft's Industry, Apps, and Data Marketing team. Her team focuses on the products that enable digital transformation, from the intelligent data foundation to Power Platform to Dynamics 365, as well as the industry-specific solutions that customers need today.

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Image reads: "One business. Everywhere" and shows the faces of two smiling people.
Image reads: "One business. Everywhere" and shows the faces of two smiling people.
Four essentials to collaborate as one business, everywhere. Across every industry, we’re all navigating the new world of hybrid work. Together, we’re building a blended model that enables more flexibility in when, where, and how people work, and that model is here to stay. But organizations can’t let flexibility turn into separate, disjointed work efforts—they must enable the entire organization to operate as one business,...Read more
Female enterprise employee working at desk with multiple devices, including HP Elitebook, running a Microsoft Teams conference call. Two different screen images are available: one featuring 4 people on screen, another with 9 people on screen.
Female enterprise employee working at desk with multiple devices, including HP Elitebook, running a Microsoft Teams conference call. Two different screen images are available: one featuring 4 people on screen, another with 9 people on screen.
Today at Microsoft Inspire, partners and customers will learn how the Microsoft cloud can help them navigate their transformation journey, make the shift to hybrid work, innovate everywhere across their organization, and build it all on a foundation of trust and security. We’ll also share how partners can capitalize on the opportunities ahead of us...Read more
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Male with laptop.
We have seen a breakthrough year for Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Power Platform. Across industries and around the world, we’re seeing companies leveraging Dynamics 365 to create impact faster, break down barriers, adapt to a rapidly changing environment, and innovate across their business. Dynamics 365 continues to grow quickly, with 45 percent revenue growth...Read more
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A man working from the kitchen during the day with a Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga. Keywords: remote work, remote working, work from home, working at home, home office
It’s amazing how much change we’ve seen across the world in a year. One year ago, all of us were adapting to a world in lockdown. At today’s Microsoft Business Applications Summit, the worldwide community comes together still dealing with the ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Even as challenges continue to reverberate across industries—from...Read more
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Retail shop owner working on Microsoft 365 Business Premium a mobile phone and a Surface. Female, retail, artwork, small business
Truly engaged, always connected The past year has brought complex challenges for retailers of every size, and in response many have quickly pivoted their businesses to adjust. With store closures during lockdown, retailers leveraged Microsoft Dynamics 365 to facilitate new purchasing options for their customers, such as shipping from stores and click and collect. Once...Read more
Female small business executive using HP Elite device on Microsoft Teams; bluetooth; coffee.
Female small business executive using HP Elite device on Microsoft Teams; bluetooth; coffee.
As organizations worldwide continue to respond and react to a new business climate, we have seen more clearly than ever that the traditional approach to business applications is no longer sufficient. Organizations need a new class of business applications that provides the agility to see and respond to emerging trends, new opportunities, and potential risks...Read more
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Woman using Microsoft Dynamics 365 Remote Assist in a manufacturing setting. This is hero image. Contains hologram scenario. Contextual imagery.
At recent virtual events, we have talked about the need to build resilience into every layer of the business—empowering people with technology to innovate and adapt to constant, often unpredictable change. This week, during a Q&A session at Interop Digital 2020, I was asked for real-world examples of resilience-building in action. Mercedes-Benz was top of...Read more
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This morning, I’m honored to welcome thousands of Microsoft partners from around the world to Microsoft Inspire. On a virtual stage, broadcast live and then available to view on-demand, I’m sharing how partners are helping organizations navigate the current crisis, and detailing new investments across Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Power Platform to help partners...Read more
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
This post has been updated on June 15, 2020; for the most up-to-date information on Dynamics 365 offers, see Microsoft offers. 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...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