MB-210T01 - Microsoft Dynamics 365 Sales

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Sales is an end-to-end application to manage the handling of customers and potential customers. Using Dynamics 365 Sales, organizations can track data against sales goals, automate best practices, learn from data, and more. Join our team of globally recognized experts as they take you step by step from lead to opportunity to closed deal.  Using the application’s available automation and customization options you will learn how to enable sales staff to be their most productive selves.

AED 1500

Date : 15 Jul 2024

Code: mb-210t01

Duration: 2.0 days

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  • The Dynamics 365 Sales application and how organizations can use it.
  • Core elements of the application and how to navigate within it.
  • Management of customers in the application, and how to work with in-app marketing features.
  • Learn about the key features of Dynamics 365 Sales and how it can help your organization.
  • Configure key settings that organizations should customize when setting up the application.
  • Set up the included security roles for sales users.
  • Examine the lead qualification process in Dynamics 365 from beginning to end
  • Identify the different options that are available for creating and defining leads
  • Use business process flows to manage the lead lifecycle
  • Qualify and disqualify leads
  • Identify scenarios where opportunities can be used.
  • Create and define opportunities.
  • Work with related opportunity records
  • Manage an opportunity throughout its lifecycle.
  • Set up unit groups to help control how products are sold
  • Create product family hierarchies that include product bundles and individual products
  • Set up product pricing data by creating price lists and price list items
  • Use discount lists to provide volume discount pricing
  • Discover best practices
  • Work with sales playbooks
  • Manage relationship health with Sales Insights
  • Recognize features of Sales Navigator
  • Review analytical options
  • Describe searching tools
  • Utilize Power BI to view data
  • Analyze data
  • Create and manage individual goals
  • Use Parent and Child goals
  • Monitor goal progress
  • Determine with metrics are needed to build efficient customer service goals
  • Modify Fiscal Year settings to align goal progress
  • Define Goal Metrics for an Organization
  • Create custom Roll-up columns and Queries
  • Integrate email with Microsoft Dataverse to show emails as activities in Dynamics 365 applications and model-driven apps.
  • Examine server-side synchronization and learn why it matters in Power Platform implementations.
  • Review and set up document management options that are available through Microsoft SharePoint.
  • Learn about the app for Outlook and how to deploy it.
  • Tailor the app for Outlook.
  • Learn how to deploy and use the Dynamics 365 Sales mobile app.
  • Manage records.
  • Customize form views.
  • Set up push notifications.


1. Get started with Dynamics 365 Sales

Learn about some elements of Dynamics 365 Sales to help you get started working with the application.

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2. Set up and configure Dynamics 365 Sales

Dynamics 365 Sales helps salespeople build strong relationships with their customers, act based on insights, and close sales faster. It also helps to track accounts and contacts, nurture sales from lead to order, and create sales collateral. This module introduces the Dynamics 365 Sales application and explains how to set up the application.

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3. Manage leads with Dynamics 365 Sales

The lead management capabilities in Microsoft Dynamics 365 let you connect with your customers in a whole new way. This module provides an overview of what leads are, and describes the different options for creating leads, managing them, and working with them throughout their lifecycle. It also provides information about qualifying and disqualifying leads. The more leads you have, the greater your chances of getting opportunities and successfully closing deals.

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4. Manage opportunities with Dynamics 365 Sales

The opportunity management capabilities in Microsoft Dynamics 365 make it easy to manage opportunities and convert more leads. In this module, you'll learn how and when opportunities are used and managed in Dynamics 365. You'll also learn about the options for creating opportunities, their relationships with other records, and how to manage them throughout their lifecycle. By providing a complete view of the customer, Dynamics 365 helps you win more deals.

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5. Manage and organize your product catalog with Dynamics 365 Sales

Microsoft Dynamics 365 helps organize and manage even the most complex product catalog to support your customers in customer engagement scenarios (for example, sales and column service). In this module, you'll learn how to define products, families, and bundles, take advantage of product properties, and define price lists. You'll also learn about pricing options for increased consistency and efficiency.

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6. Process sales orders with Dynamics 365 Sales

You might sell different items using different processes. However, you must set up at least one sales process in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Sales. But you can set up other processes to match how your business works. Use sales order processing to automate your organization. Create and manage orders and support different sales processes such as creating and managing quotes, and working with orders, and invoices.

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7. Manage relationships with relationship selling in Dynamics 365 Sales

Selling today is about building long-standing relationships with customers. Customers should see you as a trusted advisor to whom they can turn when they need guidance. Building relationships is about knowing who your customers are, what they need, and when to engage with them. Microsoft Social Engagement and LinkedIn Sales Navigator are examples of applications that you can integrate with Dynamics 365 to build these relationships. Additionally, knowing which sales play to execute based on specific situations and understanding the overall health of a customer's relationship with your organization can help to increase your volume and quantity of sales.

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8. Analyze Dynamics 365 sales data

Microsoft Dynamics 365 has multiple analytical options to help organizations drive business decisions that are based on past sales numbers and trends. For example, organizations can define custom views that show specific types of data, use charts to drill into more details about different sales-related records, or even analyze data by using external tools like Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Power BI.

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9. Define and track individual goals in Dynamics 365 Sales and Customer Service

Define and track your customer service related goals including identifying metrics.

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10. Use goal metrics in Dynamics 365 Sales and Customer Service

Identify customer service metrics, creating goal metrics, and work with roll-up columns and queries.

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11. Use Microsoft 365 services with model-driven apps and Microsoft Dataverse

Microsoft 365 services, such as SharePoint and Microsoft Exchange, can help fill areas where model-driven apps don't have the tools necessary to help meet your specific needs.

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12. Get started with the Dynamics 365 Sales mobile app

The Dynamics 365 Sales mobile app helps sellers build better relationships with their customers and be more productive.

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A Dynamics 365 Functional Consultant is responsible for performing discovery, capturing requirements, engaging subject matter experts and stakeholders, translating requirements, and configuring the solution and applications. The Functional Consultant implements a solution using out of the box capabilities, codeless extensibility, application and service integrations.


Please review the prerequisites listed for each module in the course content and click on the provided links for more information.



Skills measured

  • Configure Dynamics 365 Sales
  • Manage core sales features
  • Configure additional tools and services

Course Benefits

  • Career growth
  • Broad Career opportunities
  • Worldwide recognition from leaders
  • Up-to Date technical skills
  • Popular Certification Badges

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