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James Galvin

Principal Program Manager, Dynamics 365

James manages a team responsible for the implementation of industry data models within Microsoft for use by customers and partners. In this role, James and his team develop industry solutions which are packaged and open sourced on GitHub under the Microsoft Industry Accelerators. At Microsoft, James has worked in the Microsoft Cloud and AI division on a range of cloud services within Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Azure. Prior to joining Microsoft, James held leadership roles in product management and software development at several technology and consulting companies including IBM, Oracle, and PwC.

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Governments are increasingly turning to data to address their most urgent issues. But many struggle to unlock the value of their business data to meet the challenges facing their communities. Housing, economic recovery, public safety, and infrastructure are more complex, requiring coordination and data-sharing among many departments and agencies. Read more

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The Dynamics 365 Financial Services Accelerator now includes a preview designed for the insurance industry. When you sign up for the preview, you’ll be able to check out an insurance data model, sample app, and dashboard that covers both property and casualty insurance, as well as life insurance. With the Insurance component, insurance companies, agencies, Read more

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Dynamics 365 Higher Education Accelerator now includes internships, scholarships, grants, accomplishments, and more. Technology is transforming how institutions engage with students and their constituents and improving student outcomes. Last year at Educause we released the Microsoft Higher Education Accelerator which provided a data model and sample apps and analytics tailored for higher education. Along the Read more

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Following the general availability release of the Microsoft Banking Accelerator in July, today we are releasing additional API sample implementations to provide interoperability with Banking Industry Architecture Network (BIAN) API service domains for consumer loans and collateral. BIAN is a not-for-profit association to establish and promote a common architectural framework to enable banking interoperability. Microsoft Read more

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Financial institutions face increasing competitive pressure to deliver the digital experiences reshaping the way banks do business. Today’s customer expects a more personalized, hassle-free experience from banks with mobile and online banking tools rapidly replacing traditional face-to-face interactions. The Microsoft Dynamics 365 Banking Accelerator, now generally available, includes an industry-standard data model that enables banking Read more

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Following up on Janet Lewis’s blog on the public preview and Gugg’s blog post from last week mentioning the GA of the Auto and Banking Accelerators, the following blog post is a double click into the Banking Accelerator which is now available on AppSource and GitHub. The following blog is attributed to my colleagues and Read more

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