{In Depth} Power BI and Dynamics CRM on-premise–When and how it works?

Debajit's Dynamic CRM Blog

Microsoft has been focusing recently in Cloud First Strategy for Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Every new cool feature you name, you see it in online first. However as with everything, when you focus heavily on one side, some aspects always gets neglected. And big on-premise customers are at the receiving end recently for this. Believe me as a consultant, I am faced every now and then with the perennial question from my on-premise customers – “When is that feature coming in on-premise?” And many a times I don’t have an answer as well. That the same product has some features which is not present their version of CRM is something very difficult to convince a customer.

Same is the Power BI integration with Dynamics CRM. Just talking of Power BI, it’s a awesome product. And it feels really great when something like this works with Dynamics CRM. And with dynamics CRM…

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