What's new in Dynamics 365 for Sales
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Dynamics 365 for Sales, April 2019 release
Dynamics 365 for Sales (build 22.214.171.12423) introduces forecasting, a new capability to help organizations to provide the necessary insights into how they can manage their workforce, cash flow, and resources. Sales managers and sales people can use forecasting to project how much a sales team can sell or to estimate the revenue of the organization. Sales people can use forecasting to prevent deals from slipping away by spotting pipeline risks and tracking how they are performing against their targets. More information: Project accurate revenue with forecasting
This feature is currently in preview. To know more about the feature's availability in your region, see When will the April 2019 features be enabled for customers who did not opt in to the preview?
With Dynamics 365 for Sales (build 9.0.1903.4006), playbooks can be created for Account and Contact record types in the Sales Hub app (Unified Interface), in addition to the existing record types that are currently supported. Also, sales managers can associate necessary documents with playbook activities to provide additional contextual information to sales representatives working on a playbook.
This feature is being released in a phased manner. To know more about the feature's availability in your region, see When will the April 2019 features be enabled for customers who did not opt in to the preview?
Dynamics 365 for Sales (build 9.0.1903.4007) allows users to discover the best of third-party Configure, Price and Quote (CPQ) solution providers from within the Sales application. It makes it easier to leverage partner applications to get an immersive and intuitive product configuration experience. For more information, see the blog: Leverage partner apps for a seamless configure-price-quote (CPQ) experience
Dynamics 365 for Sales, Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement apps, version 9.1
Dynamics 365 for Sales introduces Playbook, a new capability to help organizations automate repeatable sales activities and respond to external events. It provides proactive and predictive event-driven guidance that can suggest the next best actions and surface relevant activities to successfully respond to external events. More information: Enforce best bractices with playbooks
The playbook capability is currently available only in the Sales Hub app in Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement. It is being released with Dynamics 365 for Sales application version 9.0.1810.4006 or later and the server version 9.1.0.0263 or later, as part of the weekly release of the product to individual geographies. To learn about updating an app solution, see Install, update, or remove a preferred solution.
Dynamics 365 for Sales, Spring 2018 (Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement apps version 9.0.2)
Sales admin settings: With Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement apps version 126.96.36.1992, all the sales settings are now available in the Sales Hub app. An administrator doesn't have to use the web application to configure price lists, units, product catalog and goal settings right from the Sales Hub app.
View hierarchical data: With Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement apps version 188.8.131.522, you can see how info is related or grouped by viewing accounts, products, or users in hierarchical charts in the Sales hub app. You can click a tile in the chart to get the full details and then navigate to the info you’re interested in. More information: See relationships in a hierarchical view
Sales app is built on the Unified Interface framework for consistent user experience: The new Sales Hub app delivers a consistent, uniform, user interface, and follows responsive design principles for optimal viewing on any screen size or device. Entities used in the sales process, including products, goals, and sales literature, run on this responsive platform and conform to common data model standards.
- Preview: Assistant: The new redesigned assistant administration helps the administrator or sales manager, you can create custom insight cards, prioritize cards, optimize card ranking, and assign cards to user roles for your Dynamics 365 for Sales organization. More information: Preview: Manage insight cards.
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