Microsoft Business Applications Direction with Alysa Taylor

Microsoft Business Applications Direction with Alysa Taylor

Alysa Taylor


FULL SHOW NOTES
https://podcast.nz365guy.com/216

  • A Brief Introduction about Alysa Taylor’s life and family 
  • How Alysa spends her time when not working 
  • The impact of COVID19 on Alysa’s day to day life 
  • Talks about Alysa’s journey to her current role in Microsoft Business Applications 
  • A conversation about the first major virtual event – Microsoft Business Applications Summit 
  • Discussions on the lessons learned from running the first major virtual summit event for Microsoft 
  • Talks about the feedback they have received from the first major virtual summit event 
  • How virtual events will affect the planning for future Microsoft Summit 
  • Discusses the newly released apps – the Microsoft Crisis Management Response 
  • How does Microsoft Crisis Management Response help the community? 
  • What was the thinking behind it? 
  • What has the feedback from people using Microsoft Crisis Management Response 
  • An introduction to Digital Transformation 
  • Alysa’s thoughts on how Digital Transformation is evolving 
  • How companies using the Power Platform respond to the crisis
  • The massive changes to business with the present situation
  • How are things evolving in business applications across Dynamics 365 and Power Platform? 
  • The pivots they have made in the current economic climate. 
  • The success customer stories heaving on with Power Apps, Power Automate and Power Virtual Agents 

 

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Alysa Taylor

Alysa Taylor is the corporate vice president for the Cloud Marketing Business Applications and Global Industry divisions at Microsoft. Here, she leads the product marketing teams responsible for Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform (Power BI, Power Apps, Power Virtual Agents, and Power Automate) as well as the global industry product marketing team. Her Microsoft tenure began in 2004, and to date, she has served in a variety of roles.

Taylor previously led the Cloud and Enterprise business marketing group in Microsoft’s U.S. subsidiary, where she was responsible for the U.S. business, marketing, and operations across the cloud, and the infrastructure portfolio of products, including Windows Server, Azure, System Center, SQL, and Visual Studio.

Before that, Taylor was the general manager for developer and platform evangelism marketing, a role in which she was responsible for driving the marketing strategy for Microsoft’s platform and tools business, as well as for the sales and marketing strategy for the Visual Studio product line. Taylor came to Microsoft with a background in consulting and advertising account management and design.