Introducing New Connectors in Access: Microsoft Dynamics and Salesforce

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Last November, we shared our plan to add a set of modern data connectors that will enable Office ProPlus customers to expand what is possible in their organizations.

Today, we are pleased to announce the addition of two new connectors in our portfolio: Microsoft Dynamics and Salesforce. These two connectors are rolling out to customers with Office 365 ProPlus, E3, or E5 plans.

 

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Access includes a rich portfolio of external data connectors, among which you can find SQL Server, Azure SQL, Excel, SharePoint, Oracle, and more.

The new MS Dynamics and Salesforce data connectors in Access can be used in a variety of scenarios, supporting importing from, or linking to external data sources.

 

 

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Extending the portfolio of external data connectors enables new scenarios for Access customers who wish to integrate line of business data from multiple data sources into one coherent solution in Access, and we will continue to release connectors to connect modern data sources to Access.

 

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