o9 Integration for Microsoft Dynamics 365 is now available

o9 Solutions, a leading enterprise AI software platform provider for transforming planning and decision-making, today announced the availability of o9 Integration for Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management on Microsoft AppSource. The o9 Digital Brain integrates with Dynamics 365, which is part of the Microsoft Supply Chain Platform. This integration brings together o9’s cloud-based AI-powered integrated business planning platform and the breadth of solutions offered by the Microsoft Supply Chain Platform.

The integration highlights o9’s and Microsoft’s collaboration aimed to transform leading companies’ supply chain, commercial and integrated business planning capabilities across various industry verticals. It enables an end-to-end data integration of the o9 Enterprise Knowledge Graph models—the foundation of the o9 Digital Brain platform. This platform allows users to benefit from faster data sharing, better insights and improved implementation processes. The application will help companies improve forecasting and achieve agile demand and supply planning.

Toby Bowers, General Manager, Business Applications Group, Microsoft Corp., said, “We’re happy to have o9 Solutions publish an additional integration to Microsoft App Source, which gives our partners great exposure to cloud customers around the globe. Microsoft AppSource offers partner solutions such as o9 Integration for Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management to help customers meet their needs faster.”

Igor Rikalo, Chief Operating Officer of o9 Solutions, said, “Through flexible deployment on Microsoft Azure and existing integration with Synapse Analytics and Power BI, o9’s relationship with Microsoft is already helping enterprises digitally transform their demand planning, integrated business planning and much more. Integrating the Digital Brain with Microsoft’s supply chain solutions further accelerates the offering of end-to-end planning solutions to our clients by complementing our o9 capabilities for supply chain management.”

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