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Microsoft Azure
Active Directory Components
Endpoint Manager

Business Application

Migrate and Modernize your ERP with Dynamics 365 Business Central
Dynamics 365 CRM
Power BI Analytics


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Business Process on SharePoint
Power Apps
Power Automate

Why Berger Tech?

Berger Tech is Microsoft Certified Partner with focus on Microsoft technology for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central & Microsoft 365 platforms. We also provide SharePoint, .Net, SQL, and Mobility development/integration.

Berger Tech empowers customers to implement Microsoft D365 Business Central or migrate to it more rapidly, more affordably, and risk-free. With the help of expert and experienced internal functional and technical consultant team, we have developed a variety of implementation templates to meet common industrial and functional objectives. By minimizing heavy customization and letting clients use their available functional and technical resources more independently, they decreased the average implementation time. We improved the user experience for their clients by combining Business Central, Power BI, and Power Apps.

Our Services

Microsoft Infrastructure typically refers to the collection of technologies and services provided by Microsoft for building, deploying, and managing various IT infrastructures. This can include both on-premises solutions as well as cloud-based services. Here’s an overview of some key components:

Microsoft Azure:

Azure is Microsoft’s cloud computing platform and services, providing a wide range of resources for building, deploying, and managing applications and services through Microsoft-managed data centers. Azure offers infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), and software as a service (SaaS) offerings.

Active Directory Components:

Active Directory (AD) is Microsoft’s directory service used in Windows environments for authentication and authorization. It provides a centralized system for managing users, computers, groups, and other resources within a network. Some key components of Active Directory include:
  • Domain Services: Provides centralized authentication and authorization services for Windows-based networks.
  • Domain Controllers: Servers that host Active Directory Domain Services.
  • Organizational Units (OUs): Containers within a domain used to organize and manage objects such as users, groups, and computers.
  • Group Policy: A set of rules and configurations that can be applied to users and computers within an Active Directory environment.

Endpoint Manager:

Endpoint Manager is a unified management platform from Microsoft that combines the capabilities of Microsoft Intune and Configuration Manager. It allows organizations to manage and secure endpoints such as desktops, laptops, mobile devices, and servers from a single console. Key features include:
    • Microsoft Intune: A cloud-based service for managing mobile devices, apps, and PCs.
    • Configuration Manager (SCCM): On-premises software for managing the deployment and security of devices and applications.
    • Endpoint Security: Provides features for protecting devices against malware, threats, and vulnerabilities.
    • Endpoint Analytics: Analyzes device and application performance to improve productivity and security.

Dynamics 365 Business Central:

    • Migrate and Modernize your ERP with Dynamics 365: Many organizations globally manage their business operations using fragmented software solutions that often require costly customizations and lack seamless integration. Dynamics 365 Business Central addresses these challenges by providing a unified platform for enterprise resource planning (ERP).
    • By migrating to Dynamics 365 Business Central, organizations gain:
      • Improved functionality.
      • Enhanced visibility into financial and operational processes.
      • Access to modernized features necessary for growth.
    • If you’re looking to streamline your ERP and embrace a more efficient solution, Dynamics 365 Business Central is an excellent choice.

Dynamics 365 CRM (Customer Relationship Management):

    • Dynamics 365 CRM encompasses several applications designed to enhance customer interactions and drive business success. These applications include:
      • Sales: Streamlines sales processes, lead management, and customer engagement.
      • Customer Service: Provides tools for efficient customer support and case management.
      • Field Service: Optimizes field operations, scheduling, and resource allocation.
      • Project Operations: Facilitates project management and collaboration.
      • Marketing: Enables targeted marketing campaigns and lead nurturing.
    • Integrating Dynamics 365 Business Central with any of these CRM apps ensures seamless data flow, unified customer insights, and efficient business operations.

Power BI Analytics:

    • Power BI is a powerful business analytics tool that allows you to visualize data, create interactive reports, and gain actionable insights.
    • Key features of Power BI include:
      • Data Connectivity: Connects to various data sources, both on-premises and in the cloud.
      • Data Transformation: Cleans, transforms, and models data for analysis.
      • Data Visualization: Creates interactive dashboards and reports.
      • Natural Language Queries: Allows users to ask questions and receive visual answers.
      • Collaboration and Sharing: Share reports with colleagues and stakeholders.

Power Automate with SharePoint:

    • Power Automate is deeply integrated with SharePoint. It allows you to create automated workflows and streamline processes.
    • Top SharePoint Workflow Scenarios:
      • Manage Approval Flows: Customize SharePoint page approvals to meet your specific needs. For instance, require approval of documents in SharePoint using Power Automate.
      • Work with Files and Lists: You can manage list item and file permissions, move files to different folders after approval in SharePoint, and even create items in SharePoint based on events from other systems (e.g., Salesforce).
      • Migrate from Workflows to Power Automate: If you’re transitioning from classic SharePoint workflows, Power Automate provides a modern alternative.
    • SharePoint Triggers and Actions:
      • Use SharePoint triggers to start flows that monitor changes made to lists or libraries. Once your flow starts, you can manipulate lists using over 40 available actions.
    • To learn more, explore the Power Automate documentation.

Power Apps with SharePoint:

    • Power Apps enables you to create custom forms and mobile apps based on SharePoint files and data.
    • Key features:
      • Rich, Interactive Forms: Easily design forms within SharePoint.
      • Low-Code Custom Apps: Rapidly develop apps for various devices and even integrate them into Microsoft Teams.
    • By combining Power Apps with SharePoint, you can enhance user experiences and automate business processes.

Power BI Analytics:

    • While not directly related to SharePoint, Power BI complements the modern work ecosystem.
    • Data Visualization and Insights: Power BI allows you to visualize data, create interactive dashboards, and gain actionable insights.
    • Whether you’re analyzing sales trends, financial data, or operational metrics, Power BI empowers informed decision-making.