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Microsoft Dynamics 365 Announces Industry Accelerators
Dynamics 365 announced the Microsoft Power Platform, a connected app platform that unifies access to your data to enable ISVs, SIs, Partners and Customers to build intelligent, data driven, task focused business and analytic applications. Microsoft is focused on enabling a data culture where the Microsoft Power Platform acts as the glue across Dynamics 365 (CE, F&O, Talent), Office 365 (SharePoint, Teams), Power BI, Power Apps, Microsoft Flow, Azure and other 3rd party on-premise and cloud based solutions.
With the Power Platform providing a unified approach to building data driven solutions, the team is taking it one step further by introducing Industry Solution Accelerators. Accelerators are industry focused foundational components that enable ISVs and other solution providers, a way to build solutions that are based on industry standards supported and driven by Microsoft. Along with our Health Accelerator that was released during Inspire 2018, which you can read about here, we are focused on delivering accelerators for the following industries (but not limited too):
Overview of the Industry Nonprofit Accelerator
The Dynamics 365 Nonprofit Accelerator enables our partners and nonprofit developers to develop purpose-built nonprofit solutions by leveraging the Microsoft Business Applications, Modern Workplace, Azure, and Intelligence Platforms. The Nonprofit Accelerator is built on the Common Data Model for Nonprofits, an open-source data schema that reflects industry best-practices and insight across program delivery, grant and award management, constituent management, fundraising, and donation management to enable powerful interoperability to fuel greater insight and efficacy, while also providing true data transparency. Learn more The CDM for Nonprofits is designed as a data schema for vendors, partners and nonprofits to map their applications and connectors to in order to achieve cross-solution data interoperability.
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Get to know about other Industry Accelerators
|Automotive Accelerator||Rapidly develop test drives, vehicle specifications and service appointment scheduling solutions. The Microsoft Auto Accelerator empowers customers and users to schedule appointments and services facilitated through proactive communications. Get more details from Dynamics 365 ISV Success community|
|Financial Services Accelerator||Rapidly develop Banking solutions using entities such as loan, mortgage, referrals, branch, collateral, deal, limit, facilities, and more. Get more details from Dynamics 365 ISV Success community|
|Health Accelerator||Rapidly develop healthcare solutions using FHIR entities such as patient, condition, and care plan. The Microsoft Health Accelerator enables partners and customers to create new use cases and workflows using a FHIR-based data model. Get more details from Dynamics 365 ISV Success community|
|Education Accelerator||Rapidly build solutions for Education using entities such as student, course, and test scores. Get more details from Dynamics 365 ISV Success community|
|Manufacturing Accelerator||Rapidly develop solutions that empower customers and users to qualify new suppliers, onboard suppliers for API data integration, and manage the ongoing supplier relationships. Get more details from Dynamics 365 ISV Success community|
|Media and Communications Accelerator||Rapidly develop solutions around event and venue management, sports management, ticketing and advertising sales, media sponsorships, and various guest interactions such as event registrations and the tracking of loyalty programs. Get more details from Dynamics 365 ISV Success community|
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