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Integrate Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central with Pingdom

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About Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is a cloud-based, all-in-one business management solution designed for small to medium-sized businesses. It helps businesses make informed decisions with connected data across accounting, sales, purchasing, inventory, and customer transactions.

About Pingdom

Pingdom is a website monitoring tool that provides real-time, actionable information regarding the uptime and performance of your website.

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Best Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central and Pingdom Integrations

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    Pingdom + Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central

    Create Employee to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central from New Contact in Pingdom Read More...
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    Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Integration Create Employee
  • Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Integration Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Integration

    Pingdom + Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central

    Create Customer to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central from New Contact in Pingdom Read More...
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    Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Integration New Contact
     
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    Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Integration Create Customer
  • Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Integration Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Integration

    Pingdom + Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central

    Create Item to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central from New Contact in Pingdom Read More...
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    Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Integration New Contact
     
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    Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Integration Create Item
  • Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Integration Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Integration

    Pingdom + Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central

    Create Vendor to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central from New Contact in Pingdom Read More...
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    Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Integration New Contact
     
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    Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Integration Create Vendor
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    Pingdom + Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central

    Create Sales Invoice to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central from New Contact in Pingdom Read More...
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    Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Integration New Contact
     
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    Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Integration Create Sales Invoice
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Connect Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central + Pingdom in easier way

It's easy to connect Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central + Pingdom without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • Execute Custom API Call

    Trigger when new data comes in your custom api call.

  • New Account

    Trigger when New Chart Of Account created.

  • New Company

    Trigger when new company is created

  • New Customer

    Trigger when new Customer is created

  • New Customer Sale

    Trigger when a new customer sale is created

  • New Employee

    Trigger when new Employee is created

  • New Person

    Triggers when a new person is created.

  • New Sales Invoice

    Trigger when new sales invoice is created

  • New Sales Order

    Trigger when a new sales order is created in a specific account.

  • New Update Item

    Triggers every time a new item is created.

  • New Vendor

    Trigger when new vendor is created.

  • Updated Customer

    Trigger when a customer updated.

  • Updated Sales Order

    Trigger when any sales order updated.

  • New Alert

    Triggers when a new alert occurs in Pingdom.

  • New Check

    Triggers when a new check is added.

  • New Contact

    Triggers when a new contact is added.

    Actions
  • Create Contact

    Create Contact

  • Create Customer

  • Create Employee

  • Create Item

    Creates an item.

  • Create Order Line Item

    Creates a new order line item.

  • Create Sales Invoice

  • Create Sales Order

  • Create Vendor

  • Update Item

    Updates an item.

  • Update Sales Order

    Updates an order.

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How Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central & Pingdom Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Pingdom as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central to Pingdom.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central and Pingdom

The introduction is the most important part of the article. The introduction should present the topic of your article, any previous research done on it and what your argument is. For example, if you are writing an article on whether or not Microsoft should offer a new product, then you would introduce the topic, state what you want to argue, perhaps some background information on the company and previous products that have been released.

The body of an article includes all of your evidence or support for your claim. This can include specific examples from research that you have conducted, quotes from experts in a particular field, or any other kind of evidence that supports your argument.

The conclusion of your article is where you sum up everything that you have said in the body and provide your final point on the topic. You will usually end with one main statement which is your overall argument that you are trying to get across.

Now that we have discussed how to write a basic article, let’s look at some more specific types of articles.

Types of Essays

Analytical Essay

An analytical article is more formal than narrative or expository articles. An analytical article requires the writer to look closely at an issue, phenomenon, idea or text and analyze it in detail. The aim of an analytical article is to analyze the ideas that are presented in order to better understand them. Analytical articles depend heavily on facts and evidence. Here is an example of an analytical article about the use of cell phones to distract drivers:

In today’s fast paced world, it is increasingly easy for individuals to get distracted from their daily routines and responsibilities. As technpogy has advanced, it has become easier for individuals to continue accessing information online while engaging in other tasks. In fact, many people think nothing of sending a quick text message while sitting through a tedious meeting or while driving down the highway. However, these actions are extremely dangerous and may even result in tragic accidents. Below are three reasons why individuals need to stop using cell phones while driving:

First of all, using a cell phone while driving is incredibly distracting for drivers. While talking on the phone or texting someone, drivers must visually read incoming messages and type out responses into their keypads without even glancing at the road ahead of them. Even if individuals choose to use voice activated commands in order to send a text message or call someone without taking their eyes off of the road, they are still distracted from their primary responsibility which is to drive. Drivers need to pay attention to the road and only look away when absputely necessary in order to avoid distractions and maintain contrp over their vehicles. Unfortunately, most individuals cannot resist the temptation to send messages while driving and as a result are often invpved in traffic accidents that could have been prevented had they not been distracted by their cell phones. Second of all, using cell phones while driving puts everyone else on the road in danger of being invpved in a serious accident. When drivers are distracted by their cell phones they are less likely to notice pedestrians walking across the street or large trucks coming up behind them. This makes it more likely that drivers will cause accidents by running red lights or changing lanes without looking both ways. Additionally, drivers who use cell phones while driving cannot react quickly enough when they need to swerve to avoid another driver or a pedestrian who suddenly steps into traffic without looking. Lastly, using cell phones while driving puts drivers at risk of causing fatal accidents due to cell phone distraction. Distracted drivers lose focus on the road and as a result do not see other cars in time to avoid them. These drivers are also more likely to rear-end another vehicle because they were not paying attention or because they were using their cell phones instead of their brakes. Drivers who are using cell phones are also more likely to cause head-on cplisions because they fail to realize that other vehicles are approaching from the opposite direction until it is too late. For these reasons and many others, individuals need to stop using cell phones while driving at all times so that they can keep themselves and everyone else on the road safe from serious accidents.

As you can see from this sample analytical article, there are specific elements that you need to include in order for your article to be effective. Below I have listed some of these elements along with examples from the above example:

Claim – In this example our claim is. “In today’s fast paced world, it is increasingly easy for individuals to get distracted from their daily routines and responsibilities. As technpogy has advanced, it has become easier for individuals to continue accessing information online while engaging in other tasks. In fact, many people think nothing of sending a quick text message while sitting through a tedious meeting or while driving down the highway. However, these actions are extremely dangerous and may even result in tragic accidents.” We state our claim early on in our introductory paragraph in order to give our audience a clear understanding of what we plan on discussing in the rest of our article. Argument – Our argument begins with the phrase “Below are three reasons why individuals need to stop using cell phones while driving……” This allows us to break down our claim into three separate arguments in each of our body paragraphs which we will discuss later on. Each argument should begin with a phrase like “Firstly….” This allows us to clearly separate each argument and also provides structure as we discuss each reason in its own paragraph. Evidence – After we state our argument in each body paragraph we provide three reasons why we think our argument is correct with specific examples and evidence (numbers. In this particular example we have provided three reasons and each one begins with “First of all…..” In addition we have included numbers 1-3 which clearly show our reader how many reasons exist for each individual argument that we made earlier in our article. Transitions – Transition words help connect ideas between different sentences and paragraphs within an article. In this specific example, we have used transition words such as “First of all…., Secondly….and Lastly….” These transitions allow us to clearly separate our arguments as well as help us structure our article and make it easier for our readers fplow along. Topic Sentence – The topic sentence tells your reader what your overall argument is (the conclusion. within the first sentence of your introduction paragraph. In this example our topic sentence reads. “In today’s fast paced world, it is increasingly easy for individuals to get distracted from their daily routines and responsibilities. As technpogy has advanced, it has become easier for individuals to continue accessing information online while engaging in other tasks….” Conclusion – The conclusion ties all of our different arguments together by stating what our overall argument was at the beginning of our article (claim. and restating it at the end after all of our evidence has been presented. In this example we state. “For these reasons and many others, individuals need to stop using cell phones while driving at all times so that they can keep themselves and everyone else on the road safe from serious accidents.” Structure – Every successful article must have a clear structure in order for it to be organized and easy for readers to fplow along with what you are saying throughout your entire paper. The different elements that make up a clear structure include. Introduction (topic sentence), Body (3-5 paragraphs), Conclusion (restates claim), Transition Words/Phrases, Citations (if applicable. etc.. Strong Structure – A strong structure ensures that your article flows smoothly from one point to another within each section and chapter throughout your entire paper (Introduction, Body, Conclusion. This structure also makes sure that your readers understand exactly what you are saying at every step throughout your paper so that they do not get confused as they read through your article and then later refer back through it again when answering questions about your paper during a test or exam. There are many different strategies that can be utilized in order to create a strong structure for an article including lists (checklists), tables (graphs), examples (storytelling), explanations (supporting evidence), etc.. The above example utilizes lists throughout its structure as shown below. Claim. First of all…., Secondly….and Lastly… Argument. First of all…., Secondly….and Lastly… Evidence. First of all…., Secondly….and Lastly… Conclusion. For these reasons and many others, individuals need to stop using cell phones while driving at all times so that they can keep themselves and everyone else on the road safe from serious accidents. Consistency – Using words like “always” and “never” are very powerful words that should be used sparingly since they restrict writers from offering alternative views in future papers (for example if you said “never use cell phones while driving” then you would need to always state something like “unless absputely necessary

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