Many people wonder what they should avoid while building provision solution in Microsoft Dynamics 365. In the said provision there are both good and bad things; sometimes it is easier said than done. We have written a detailed blog on things you should avoid; let’s see what they are:
1. Technology Your Organization Cannot Support
This is one of the most important issues that companies face while providing solutions for collaborative workspaces in Microsoft 365. If you are using Microsoft Patterns and Practices Provision Engine and anyone in your team cannot understand how it works of develops? Always be mindful of the technical capabilities of your team and never make them work on solutions you cannot provide.
2. Always Ask Reasons of Getting a Specific Provision
Whenever you are enabling or building a provision solution make sure that it has a specific reason. For instance if you need to block creation for anyone there is sometimes no need for straightaway technical implementation there are easy ways out. Tell you clients that just because they can do not mean they should.
3. Avoid adding Non-IT Stakeholders in your Planning
This is yet again very important because If you add stakeholders outside IT you will always face problems in communication. To ensure you always have IT stakeholders do IT testing. While piloting the solution, use feedback surveys, focus groups, and meetings to talk to the users about the solution to hear what they like and don’t like.
4. Avoid Static Approach and Accept Change
Microsoft is an ever-evolving system which is introducing change every minute of the day. In this regard provisioning of solutions is always prone to new changes in the said system. You need to be mindful of this and keep your team and system open to new configurations.