Adobe Marketing Cloud is now integrated with Microsoft’s Dynamics 365, marking a new milestone in the strategic partnership between the two technology companies, announced last year.
Available to joint customers, the integration helps brands optimise enterprise selling and lead management, Adobe said.
“For well over a year, engineering teams across Adobe and Microsoft have been working closely together and making available to joint customers a number of integrations that drive business value,” said Suresh Vittal, vice president, Experience Cloud Strategy at Adobe.
“By empowering enterprise companies to design and connect rich content with vast amounts of data – including customer relationship management (CRM) data from Microsoft Dynamics 365 – Adobe and Microsoft are uniquely positioned to transform how sales and marketing organisations engage with customers.”
Consulting firms and system integrators like EY can leverage Adobe Experience Manager’s open platform APIs to drive innovation like connecting digital assets with CRM data to accelerate the sourcing, management and delivery of personalised brand assets across customer touch points. Brands can also intelligently collect lead generation data online and pre-populate online forms with CRM datato more effectively drive conversions.
“We’re increasingly seeing the need for sales people to become better marketers as the role of marketing in the sales cycle continues to grow. The partnership between Adobe and Microsoft reinforces this need, and is transforming how organisations will market, sell and deliver value to customers,” said Greg Jenko, principal, Americas lead for Digital and Analytics, EY.
“We’ve built a B2B sales model leveraging Adobe and Microsoft’s joint offering, focused on driving conversions and true digital transformation for our clients.”
Over 150 trillion customer data transactions and 41 trillion rich media requests flow through Adobe Experience Cloud annually.
The tight integration of marketing with Dynamics 365 customer data provides joint customers with a complete view of their customers at every interaction.
“As our collaboration with Adobe continues to gain momentum, we offer brands the unparalleled ability to leverage Adobe’s leadership in delivering amazing customer experiences, coupled with Microsoft’s success in CRM,” said Alysa Taylor, general manager, Business Applications Group at Microsoft.
“Integration of Microsoft Dynamics 365 with Adobe Experience Manager takes this a step further, bringing hyper-personalised engagement that can help drive sales.”