D365 Business Central implementation demands a combination of technical expertise, business acumen, and experience. It is crucial to select a D365 Business Central partner with a proven track record, abundant resources, and superior skill sets. This strategic choice will facilitate the achievement of desired outcomes in a timely manner while minimizing the occurrence of errors.
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Digital transformation of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) refers to the process of integrating technology and digital tools into all aspects of education, from teaching and learning to administration and research. This is done to improve the overall efficiency and effectiveness of the institutions and create a more engaging and personalized learning experience.
A Word Report Layout plays a vital role in any organization in creating a professional invoice or a report. Essentially, Word Report Layout determines how the content and format in your report will look like when it is previewed and printed from Business Central. No matter how well you create a layout, there are times
One of the most exciting planned features for the upcoming D365 Business Central 2022 Release Wave 1 is the Native Shopify connector in Business Central. This is scheduled to have general availability in April 2022. Companies using Shopify as their e-Commerce framework, and Dynamics 365 Business Central as a business management application, now get an
D365 Business Central has been registering success stories as a Modern, Unified and Intelligent cloud ERP for many years now. Microsoft has been constantly investing in broadening the horizon by bringing in seamless working experiences for digital era users. Microsoft enables a hyper-connected organization – via Dynamics 365, Microsoft 365, and Power Platform applications
Currently using NAV, hearing about D365 Business Central upgrade from your team members, user groups, your IT team and of course Microsoft. On one hand there are costs and effort involved in upgrading, and on the other hand, a strong desire to know – What’s in it for me? Well, if you are a Finance
Our previous blog explained the standard feature & functionality available in D365 Business Central for Inventory Planning. This blog is about another important aspect of Optimized Inventory Planning – The Best Practices one should follow for defining Reordering Policy and Planning Parameters in NAV & D365 Business Central. The planning tools shall work for businesses
Inventory planning and its optimization are extremely critical for businesses in diverse industries. The cost of carrying suboptimal inventory can have far reaching impact on the business and can completely saddle its bottom line. As a thumb rule, the inventory carrying costs of a business should be in the range of 20-30% of its total
The D365 Business Central Wave 2 release (October 2020) is aimed at meeting the demands of a rapidly growing customer base. Improved performance, handling of file storage, geographic expansion, together with support for Group VAT are some key highlights. This release is aimed at bringing Dynamics 365 applications together and provide deeper integration with
Stricter Control over Dynamics 365 Business Central – D365 Business Central Admin Center Microsoft has transitioned its legacy and widely used ERP product “Microsoft Dynamics NAV” to a new platform “Dynamics 365 Business Central”. This newly launched platform is a cloud based ERP solution lowering the total cost of ownership for its customers – since
In today’s world led by Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine learning (ML), businesses are reaping the benefits from utilizing these technologies. Historical data together with external reference data becomes the backbone for AI & ML. Businesses make proactive decisions basis the predictive data analytics available with AI & ML. Businesses using Dynamics 365 Business Central
Having decided upon migrating or else implementing a Business Central based solution, the next obvious decision would be about the hosting – Online or else On-Premises. The main difference between them is of the platform. A decision on this shall involve multiple considerations one should look at. This blog shall help you to decide whether
If you are a business using Microsoft Dynamics GP and thinking of migrating to Dynamics 365 Business Central, this blog is for you. Both GP and Business Central are complete enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions for mid-sized businesses. One major difference between them is the availability of Business Central on Cloud. With Microsoft announcing no further
Having worked on Business Central for months now, there had always been an “obvious” comparison between the features that were available with the RTC versions of NAV and were “sort of” missing in Business Central. Seemingly Microsoft realizes that and had been working actively on it. Some of these were added in the October 2018 Release,
Microsoft’s ERP offering for the SMB segment called Dynamics NAV has been historically available to customers in an on-premise deployment mode. Customers have had the option to host it either in their on-premise infrastructure or some third party cloud infrastructure. Keeping in line with its vision of Cloud First, Microsoft launched SAAS based Business Central bringing Dynamics NAV
Over the past decade, a significant development has been observed in the field of Digital technology. It is transforming the world around us, impacting businesses of all sizes and every industry. Business no longer happens in one place and customer expectations and engagement are changing. There has never been a better time to embrace technologies