Business management solution users spend most of their time “heads down” in the business application, but they also need to use communication and desktop productivity tools. Thus, business solutions need familiar, easy-to-learn user interfaces. They need to be “process-centric” and role-based. And they need to provide a bridge between the worlds of structured business applications and unstructured desktop productivity software.
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having to master the full complexity of all of the software in a company As an example, a consultant working with a customer can coordinate meetings and appointments using Outlook. These calendar events are linked with, in this case, Microsoft Dynamics time entries, eliminating the need to correlate tasks and helping reduce errors as a result of users having to transpose data from one program to another. Additionally, it is not necessary for the consultant to engage Microsoft Dynamics– all work is