Microsoft announced Dynamics 365 Project Operations in India
Apps Unveiled|November 2020
Microsoft has announced the general availability of its Dynamics 365 Project Operations solution across India.

It has been developed to help service-based businesses in unifying operational workflows to provide visibility, collaboration, and insights to drive success across teams, from prospects to payments to profit. An all-in-one application, it uses real-time analytics to connect and empower leadership, sales, resourcing, project management, and accounting teams with the visibility needed to deliver services to customers on-time and on-budget.

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