Customer Insights with Malin Martnes

Malin Martnes

Episode 132: Markus Erlandsson discusses with Malin Martnes about the new Customer Insights. Malin starts by explaining what the change from old Customer Insights and Marketing is and how it affects customers. Malin provides her insights into what she thinks about this change, how the license will change and a bit about all the new features that are coming in the next months.


Malin Martnes is passionate about helping businesses succeed in the ever-evolving world of marketing and CRM.

With over a decade of hands-on experience in Dynamics 365, marketing and CRM, she has worn multiple hats as a user, consultant, and trainer. In 2019, I had the honor of being recognized as a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) and became a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) in 2020.


Posts referred to in the episode from Malins blog:

New features December to March

Consent center in real-time marketing

Customer Insights with Julian Sharp

Julian Sharp

Episode 102: Markus Erlandsson talks to Julian Sharp from Ready 365 about Customer Insights and how you can use the application to get insights about your customers. Julian starts by explaining the difference between Audience Insights and Engagement insights, then goes into details about the different feature parts of the application, Data ingestion, Segments and Intelligence and enriching data. Julian explains that this can tell you who your best customer is, and it’s never who you think it is. Julian continues with extension points like bring your own lake or your own or your own ML model.


Julian is a specialist and Trainer in Dynamics 365, Power Platform, and Azure solutions. He focuses on creating solutions for businesses making use of Microsoft Dynamics 365, Power Apps, Power Automate, Azure, and supporting technologies.
Julian has long had an interest in using AI to enhance the customer experience, using Cognitive Services, Bot Framework, and Azure Machine Learning.

Customer Insights brings this all together!


Marketing page


Julians learn collection


Azure Data Lake

Common Data Model format in Azure Data Factory