Just a few weeks ago the User Summit Group event was held, and everyone was wondering what Dynamics 365 Commerce will have in store for us.
Here are a few pointers of what we can expect to see from the new Dynamics 365 Commerce platform.
Dynamics 365 Fraud Protection: While it is not fully integrated yet, it is on the Commerce roadmap, Microsoft officials said.
Azure and Bing Search will be available both from the e-commerce experience and the POS
More analysis and reporting tools: Commerce will get clickstream analytics and centralized cross-channel reporting that includes e-commerce data.
A new POS interface: The "Modern POS" isn't so modern anymore, and Microsoft plans a refresh with updated styling, controls, and page layout options.
Experimentation and personalization: Users will be able to do A/B testing for content and product. They can also do segmentation against campaign analytics and campaign management.
Marketing integration: 365 Marketing application is a richer campaign management tool than what Commerce offers natively. An integration is coming that will allow Commerce customers to use the two applications together to handle transactional emails, marketing campaigns, and direct communications via clienteling apps in-store, embedded in the POS.
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