This page goes over the Business Applications Role Associate badges. The Business Applications Role has two types of badges:
Please continue reading to understand the Business Applications Role Associate badges.
You are strongly recommended to earn the Dynamics 365 Fundamentals badge first to optimize your chances of earning the Associate Business Applications badges.
If you haven't already, please start by reading through the whole Dynamics 365 Fundamentals badge requirements first, and especially, please read through the details of how the Fundamentals badge is an optional prerequisite to these seven (7) Associate badges.
Also, specifically pay attention to what four (4) of the seven Associate badges have in common, as well as what the other three (3) of these seven Associate badges have in common.
You may still be able to understand these badges well just by reading through this page, because we summarize most of the relevant main points from the Business Applications Fundamentals badge page, on this page as well, but we do recommend you to start with reading through the Dynamics 365 Fundamentals badge first anyway.
Next, you'll need to prepare for Exam MB-200: Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement Core - this exam badge is a mandatory prerequisite for all four of the Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement (CRM) Associate badges.
After you have passed Exam MB-200 (Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement Core), then you are ready to attempt the following four (4) Associate badges (there are a total of seven possible Associate badges, and the following four Associate badges are related to Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement)
Use the following links below to access the Dynamics Edge courses that will best help you prepare for these four (4) Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement Associate badges
You may also want to check out the Business Applications Fundamentals badge requirements as well by using the link below.
Where we use the abbreviation "CRM" or "Dynamics CRM" above in relation to certifications.
We are using this term for those of you who may not know what Customer Engagement is, but may recognize the product by its previous name, "Dynamics CRM."
This is related to CRM or Customer Relationship Management, which is one of the primary business functions that CRM is an abbreviation for.
Dynamics CRM, however, is actually now known as Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement.
Where we use the abbreviation "AX" or "Dynamics AX" above in relation to certifications.
We are using this term for those of you who may not know what Finance and Operations is, but may recognize the product by its previous name, "Dynamics AX."
AX was an abbreviation for the product "Axapta" before Microsoft acquired and rebranded the product.
Dynamics AX, however, is actually now known as Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, sometimes also as Dynamics 365 Unified Operations.
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