Prior to the Wave 1 2020 release, the allocation of charges capability was available only on the Purchasing side of F&O processes. In this blog, we’ll review the Current State process and share some exciting news about Future State process.
Today we again take a short break from our regularly scheduled programming to share another nugget of exciting news: PowerObjects was recently given the MSUS Partner Award for Business Applications – PowerApps!
Microsoft US (MSUS) created the MSUS Award Program to recognize outstanding achievement by US partners, as well as to supplement the highly competitive global Microsoft Partner of the Year program. As you may recall, we were honored this year with two of the global Microsoft awards: 2019 Dynamics 365 for Customer Service Partner of the Year and 2019 Financial Services Partner of the Year. Adding the MSUS Partner Award for Power Apps makes us a 2019 award-winning Microsoft Partner… thrice!
According to Microsoft, winning this award means that PowerObjects has shown leadership in customer impact, solution innovation, deployment, and exceptional use of advanced features in Microsoft technologies over the past year. Our work reflects the dedication we have to our customers’ success and stands out as a model to other US Partners.
The MSUS Partner Award for Business Applications – Power Apps recognizes a partner that excels at providing innovative and unique IP built on top of the Microsoft Business Applications platform (Dynamics 365, CDS, PA, etc.). The recipient demonstrates success on a global scale by providing industry specific solutions that help customers transform their business in this digital age.
Examples of our Power Apps work are plentiful. Here are just a few…
Microsoft Business Applications – especially Power Apps – are the future of Dynamics 365, which explains why PowerObjects is 100% focused on delivering solutions based on this exciting suite of tools.
Thanks for indulging our pat on the back. We’ll return to helpful hints, best practices, and lessons learned in our next blogpost.
Happy Dynamics 365’ing!