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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing What Form 2220 Installments

Instructions and Help about What Form 2220 Installments

Good evening, everyone. Welcome to the session on data management, specifically about integrations and automation capabilities. My name is Sunil Garde, and I am joined by my colleague Christian Wolff. Before we begin, let me provide some context about ourselves. I have been working with Dynamics AX for over twelve years, starting with AX 2009 and progressing to AX 7 and now Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations. I have held various roles within the organization and currently serve as the program manager for data management. Christian has been with Microsoft for eleven years and has also worked extensively with Dynamics, from AX 4.0 to Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations. He has a wide range of experience, starting as a support engineer, then becoming a solution architect, and now serving as the lead architect of the foundation. Now, let's move on to the agenda for today's session. We have a jam-packed schedule covering three main topics. First, we will discuss the current state of data management and our focus moving forward. Then, we will dive into integrations and explore the various patterns available for integrating with finance and operations. Finally, we will take a futuristic look at the future of integrations, including a discussion on the integration of serious technologies. Throughout the session, please feel free to interrupt us with any questions. We encourage you to use the microphone, as the session is being recorded for future reference. Let's begin with the first topic: preparing for continuous integration and continuous updates. As you may know, in the near future, the platform and application updates will be combined and released more frequently, potentially monthly. The question is, are we ready for this shift in update frequency? From a Microsoft perspective, are we prepared to ship updates at a faster pace without disrupting customer scenarios? Additionally,...