Work less, do more with Microsoft Dynamics 365 Flow
19 May 2017
Alongside the release of Microsoft Dynamics 365, Microsoft has introduced Microsoft Flow, a new platform tool. Using Flow, users can create automated workflows between applications and services to receive notifications, synchronise files, collect data and a whole lot more. All with the aim to boost productivity and business performance.
Put simply, Flow connects the dots between Microsoft’s Dynamics 365, Office 365, SharePoint, OneDrive, Dropbox and even LinkedIn, to name a few.
Using Flow, you can create simple one-step notifications that alert your team when a work item is updated, all the way to complex multi-step flows that automatically capture, track, and take action on your data and processes.
Create a business process flow
Creating a business process flow will ensure people enter data consistently and follow the same steps every time. For example, you might want to handle customer service requests in the same way every time. You can do this by creating a business process flow that requires people get approval for an invoice before submitting an order.
The process bar will appear at the top of a form, and includes stages and steps, as seen in the below image:
Dynamics 365 and Dynamics CRM come with several ready-to-use business process flows for common business scenarios. Giving you the ability to add them to your system and use as they are, or modify them to fit your business operational needs.
Find the perfect flow
For more information about Microsoft Dynamics 365 Flows, please contact us.