Do you utilize Microsoft 365 for your org-wide collaborations but find it is decoupled from your main Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution? You're not alone, we speak with many organizations that have a main ERP solution that acts as the system of record for their organization yet it is completely siloed from Microsoft 365. Whether your ERP solution is custom built or a commercial product, it likely has the integration points that can streamline how you're setup to conduct your collaborations with a client or on a project.
Our vision is for the two systems to be joined at the hip. ERP solutions play crucial roles within organizations and are typically at the center of processes. Those functions can include:
Purchasing and Sales Management
Supply Chain Management
The value of integrating the two is that when a process has been initiated within an ERP, it can trigger a series of workflows that sets up everything in Microsoft 365 so the work can begin. This could take the shape of creating a new Team and SharePoint Site, Planner, OneNote, etc. This can be further extended by templating the Microsoft 365 applications.
In this webinar, we will review:
Value of joining ERP and M365 at the hip
Using Logic Apps to connect an ERP to M365
Teams messages to key stakeholders to notify them of the initiated Teams creation
Passing key ERP parameters into an automated provisioning process
Extranet User Manager integrated to support structured external sharing
We hope that you'll join our conversation!
Peter Carson, President of Extranet User Manager and a Microsoft MVP, is a recognized expert in Office 365, SharePoint, and Extranet strategies. Read Peter's full bio and check out some of EUM's recent articles and blogs for all things Microsoft and extranet related.