Join us on June 24, 12 p.m. EDT for a webinar, where we’ll explain how integrating Microsoft Teams and Dynamics 365 can improve your sales pipeline.

Are you using your Microsoft investment to the fullest? Microsoft Teams is quickly becoming one of the most widely-used workplace technologies. However, many organizations aren’t using it beyond meetings, voice and chat. Through application integrations, you continue to enable a more collaborative sales environment.

Join us to learn how integrating Microsoft Teams and Dynamics 365 can fuel and accelerate your sales pipeline by enabling mobile and geographically dispersed workforces to be more productive and better connected. Combining the two Microsoft applications will prove to have advantages like cross-functional collaboration, activity tracking, storage, fewer communication delays, and file integration.

Gain a better understanding of:

  • Increasing the value of Teams for your organization by going beyond meetings, voice and chat
  • Describe the reasons why Microsoft Teams can be a key enabler for sales and marketing teams
  • Tips for properly implementing Teams to encourage end-user adoption and sustainability
  • The Teams and Dynamics 365 integration through three common use cases: account-based, team-based and project-based collaboration

About Our Speakers

Carrie ButlerCarrie Butler

Carrie Butler is a Dynamics 365 certified MSCE, Senior Architect and Co-Practice Lead of the Dynamics practice here at Centric. Carrie has over 13 years of experience with Dynamics and over 20 years of experience helping organizations increase productivity, improve efficiency and optimize CRM/ERP ROI. Carrie is passionate about designing and implementing CRM solutions that solve real business problems.

Mike McNettMike McNett

Mike McNett is the Teamwork Lead for our Enterprise Collaboration practice. Mike focuses on leading client engagements focused on Office 365 and the modern digital workplace, especially in its use to provide current and effective teamwork capabilities across organizations, to include those that promote working remotely through the use of Microsoft Teams. At Centric, Mike provides program oversight and works with business leaders and managers to understand needs and identify the practical implementation of collaboration tools.