Six months ago, we introduced Microsoft Dynamics 365 Copilot, the world’s first AI Copilot natively built for customer relationship management (CRM) and enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications. Since then, more than 63,000 organizations have experienced Copilot features in Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Power Platform first-hand, empowering marketing, sales, and customer service teams in new ways to improve experiences across the customer journey.
Only months after announcing copilot capabilities in Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Power Platform, employees at more than 63,000 organizations—including brands like 3M, Prada Group, Campari, and Kraft Heinz—have had the opportunity to experience some of the AI-assisted features firsthand—and the reviews are pouring in. A common theme in the feedback we’ve received is a boost in efficiency and productivity, with employees able to reduce the time and effort spent completing common tasks.
Copilot assists employees wherever they are working, surfacing valuable business data and delivering business insights so they can focus on the most meaningful parts of their jobs. And with this momentum in AI, there has never been a better time for our customers to move to the cloud.
Today we announced Microsoft Dynamics 365 Copilot, providing interactive, AI-powered assistance across business functions—from sales, service, and marketing to supply chain. With Dynamics 365 Copilot, we’re introducing the world’s first AI copilot natively built-in to both CRM and ERP applications.
As companies across industries navigate a period of uncertainty, every investment in people and technology must be strategic and decisive to help people do more with less—less time, less cost, and less complexity.
This year at Microsoft Ignite, we are showcasing new AI, automation, and collaborative solutions that help your business be more efficient, engage better across teams and departments, and deliver more breakthrough customer experiences.
We understand that for customer experience (CX) leaders everywhere, this feels like a precarious time. As we stare down a recession and navigate the lasting effects of COVID-19 on supply chains and the way we work, digital acceleration continues throughout every business. Disruptions to customer engagement are adding similar instability. Customer interactions across digital channels
Collaborate, innovate, and deliver with Microsoft As work becomes more complex—with employees, customers, and partners spread across the globe—organizations must improve productivity and operations to stay competitive. Business leaders and project managers need tools that help them stay on top of their work, align teams around common objectives, and elevate project performance. On April 20,
At Microsoft Ignite last November, we announced Context IQ, a set of capabilities across our Microsoft portfolio that intelligently connects you with the information you need, where and when you need it. Today, we’re sharing how products that leverage Context IQ are redefining work, creating new ways to collaborate, and democratizing access to and the
Across industries, businesses are experiencing a tectonic shift in how, when, and where people work. In today’s decentralized workplace, everyone needs simple ways to connect, share ideas, and collaborate wherever they are located. Today, at Microsoft Ignite, we are announcing Context IQ, a set of capabilities for Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Microsoft 365 that integrate