PowerObjects' Project Service And Field Service Training Programme To Change The Stereotypical Business Processes
Power Objects, a HCL Technologies company announced its Microsoft Dynamics 365 training program. It will be introduced by the dynamics 365 University in early 2018 and the program is named the public training for Project Service and Field Service integrations. Both integrations prove useful for companies seeking to streamline processes and better management of resources. ProjectObjects provides vital project management tools, and Field Service allows companies to more easily connect with agents out in the field. These classes are newly available to the people. Power Objects is not a stranger to Project Service or Field Service as they have dispatched skilled team members to provide services and training surrounding these integrations into the Dynamics 365 platform for years.
Private training for these services have always been wrapped into the options available to clients, but it's often not practical from a financial or scheduling perspective for a company to send all resources through a training at one time. PowerObjects believes that if they can enable their clients through education then easier access to these trainings will be tremendous and of immense help for those companies that are looking to enhance their Dynamics 365 integrations with Project Service or Field Service. PowerObjects is a company that is leading in delivering Microsoft Dynamics 365 solutions. They are doing this with their extraordinary offerings of service, support, education, and add-ons. The Microsoft Worldwide Partner of the Year Award for Dynamics 365 Consulting and Systems Integration was awarded to them in 2017. They have built an unmatched team of Dynamics 365 experts and are helping organizations streamline business processes, increase productivity, and build better relationships.
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