Activate your CRM data on cross-channel communication: learn how to pass on contacts from Microsoft Dynamics 365 to Adobe Campaign, and share campaign performance data (sends, opens, clicks, and bounces) back from Adobe Campaign to Microsoft Dynamics 365.
This integration requires the following software versions:
Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales Online only, latest version
Adobe Campaign Standard, latest version
This capability is not available out of the box as part of the product. The implementation requires Adobe Consulting to be engaged. Please reach out to your Adobe representative to find out more.
The Adobe Campaign Standard integration with Microsoft Dynamics 365 enables synchronization of all available contact data in the CRM system, making all relevant contact data available for campaign activities.
Conversely, as profiles within Adobe Campaign Standard interact with messages, those data (e.g.: sends, opens, clicks, and bounces) automatically flow into Microsoft Dynamics 365 to keep contact records complete with marketing activity as well.
The integration also supports enabling custom entities in Dynamics 365 to be synchronized to corresponding custom resources in Campaign.
This integration is designed to support four main use cases:
Key benefits are:
Consistent messaging between sales & marketing: the Adobe Campaign Standard integration with Dynamics 365 integration gives both systems access to customer insight and email marketing history allowing all messages to the customer to share the same consistent messaging.
Holistic view of all prospect and customer data: by integrating Adobe Campaign Standard with Dynamics 365, it is possible to share and access email marketing history on each contact from within the CRM system.
Activate Dynamics 365 data on any channel: with contact data synchronized to Adobe Campaign, communications can be sent on any online or offline channel with Campaign including mobile push, in-app, email, or direct mail. Campaign “has you covered” regardless of each contacts’ preferred channel.
This integration considers Dynamics 365 as the source of truth for contact and custom entity synchronization. Any changes to synchronized attributes should be done in Dynamics 365, not in Adobe Campaign Standard. If changes are made in Campaign, they can eventually get overwritten during synchronization.
In order to provision this integration, you will need to follow the steps below.
Please follow the flowchart and flowchart details below to request and configure the integration.
Flowchart Details (maps to steps above):
Step 1 - It is assumed that you already have, or are in the process of procuring, a license for Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales and for Adobe Campaign Standard.
Step 2 - The standard integration offering is free to all customers; however, additional costs may apply depending on your requirements. Learn more about Best practices and limitations. A new sales order (SO) will need to be signed in order to take advantage of the integration if it was not included in the original SO.
Step 3 - Complete pre-integration steps for Dynamics 365 and Campaign. See Configure this integration.
Step 4 - The Adobe onboarding team will provide you access to the integration application user interface (UI).
Step 5 - You will be able to configure your data mappings, replacements, filters, etc. and test your integration from within the integration application UI.
If you require the bidirectional or Campaign to Dynamics 365 opt-out configuration, you will need to make the request to your Adobe technical contact for the opt-out workflows to be set up on your Campaign instance. Learn more.
Three systems need to be provisioned and configured for this integration:
For each system, these steps need to be performed by an administrator.
Steps in this documentation will guide you through creating integrations/registrations that involve assigning permissions and/or admin access. It is your responsibility to ensure these steps comply with your company policies before performing, and to perform them carefully.
Support tickets can be logged with Adobe Customer Care.
For any issues with integration data flows, make sure to include the report suite as part of the issue description as well as the following information:
Integration support coverage is currently 24x5 (available Monday through Friday, excluding Adobe holidays and break periods).