Dynamics 365 Customer Story: Chesterfield County

Posted on September 30, 2019 | Tags: , ,

We are constantly on the lookout for interesting customer stories and came across this one. After viewing this content, if you feel this type of solution would be helpful to your company, then please reach out to us to start a conversation.

Watch how Virginia’s Chesterfield County Department of Social Services recently transformed its outdated workplace using cloud technology. Using Microsoft Dynamics 365, the department streamlined manual processes and siloed data to improve efficiency and productivity across their entire team.

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