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Stephanie Dart

Director of Product Marketing, Microsoft Dynamics 365

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Female employee standing on home furnishings sales floor in commercial retail store, holding a pillow and using a wall tablet.
Businesses are moving away from rigid and monolithic solutions towards agile business applications that can be deployed quickly, integrated seamlessly with other existing systems, and can collect and unify extensive amounts of data from various touchpoints unlocking siloed data. According to Forrester, siloed data inhibits organizations from creating a comprehensive profile of customer needs, a...Read more
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Male millenial using Surface Pro and Surface Pen, standing in front of faucet display wall in a kitchen and bath showroom.
Today we are excited to announce the general availability of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Intelligent Order Management, a cloud-based solution that helps accelerate omnichannel transformation from order intake through orchestration to fulfillment. Increasingly, consumers expect seamless omnichannel buying and after-purchase experiences with multiple fast delivery options. Companies are responding to this challenge by adopting solutions to...Read more
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A woman inking a Microsoft Word document displayed on an HP Elite Dragonfly in tablet mode at her kitchen table. Remote Working collection. Keywords: remote work, remote working, work from home, working at home, home office
Learn more about the connected project experience at Reimagine Project Management with Microsoft, now available as a free, on-demand event. You’ll learn the latest on Microsoft Planner, Microsoft Project, and Dynamics 365 Project Operations—three solutions built to address and solve for your unique business needs....Read more
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Man wearing an orange vest in a manufacturing or warehouse driving a forklift. Key words: tele conferencing, cloud calling, Microsoft Teams, meeting, conference call, phone system, video system, Business Voice, Manufacturing, Firstline Worker, Delivery, Tracking
The pandemic has forced manufacturers to make rapid adjustments, like changing factory layouts and bringing plants online with inexperienced staff while trying to maintain quality and safety standards. To address these challenges, manufacturers will need to focus on reskilling and cross-skilling to augment a worker’s knowledge. Today we’re announcing new updates to Microsoft Dynamics 365...Read more
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Male worker using phone and checking boxes in warehouse. Phone screen not visible.
The COVID-19 crisis has impacted all aspects of our lives, shifting the way we live, interact, do business, and more. Retail merchants worldwide are dealing with emerging sales scenarios to address contactless selling, rising operational challenges, and plunging demand exasperated by increased fraud. In this three-part blog series and a virtual fireside chat debuting on...Read more
Two retail employees working from a Microsoft laptop in a high-end clothing store.
Two retail employees working from a Microsoft laptop in a high-end clothing store.
2019 is shaping up to be a big year for the omnichannel retailer. According to the National Retail Federation, retailers saw a 40 percent increase in multichannel shopping in the 2018 holiday season, with social and mobile technologies reigning supreme in the customer shopping experience. It’s no surprise then, that omnichannel was top-of-mind for attendees...Read more
As many retail professionals gear up for retail’s BIG show—the 2019 NRF Annual Convention & EXPO—many are still processing the year that was. 2018 was turbulent, by any measure, but that volatility also drove momentum for transformative retail experiences. In 2018, many brands felt the influence of the digital-native shopper—young, price-conscious, and willing to jump...Read more
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a person sitting at a table with a laptop
2018 was a roller coaster ride for retail as businesses scrambled to adjust to changes that are reshaping the retail landscape. What’s in store for 2019? Our new survey of the state of retail reveals more change is in store, plus opportunities to reinvent operations to be faster, smarter, and nimbler. The 2019 Retail Trends...Read more