Back in 2017, Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 was code-named Tenerife. It was the new Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations: Business Edition. By its early announce, it was evident that a newer version of the globally successful and stable ERP Solution was soon to come out.

On April 2nd, 2018 Dynamics 365 came out as Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central which brings the full power of Microsoft Dynamics NAV to the cloud. It is the new version of Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations: Business Edition. You can check out the Evolution of Microsoft Dynamics NAV with this Infographic!

[ctt template=”3″ link=”2s9i7″ via=”yes” ]Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is a coherent, all-in-one ERP solution which is designed for business organizations that are in need of managing their outgrowing accounting operations.[/ctt]

It not only includes accounting and financial management capabilities but also Sales and Service, Project Management, Supply Chain Management and Inventory and Operations Management.

As a complete end-to-end application, Business Central offers:

  • Business without silos with automated tasks and unification of operations that boosts efficiency and productivity.
  • Actionable insights with business analytics and connected data with the help of Microsoft technologies.
  • Solutions built to evolve as deployment and growth with personalized choices proves to be an advantage. Fully adaptable and flexible platform for changing future business requirements.

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central promises work mobility and multi-device access. It helps any business organization take better decisions with the help of sales forecast, cash flows and real-time inventory updates. By complete integration with Microsoft Office and Outlook, Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central assists the user by automatically processing quotes, purchase orders or invoices.

More so, to help its customers, Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central runs on the exact same code-base as a traditional on-premise NAV module. This ensures complete consistency between on-premise and cloud versions. What that means for any business is that they can move from NAV on-premise to the Business Central with relative ease. For the On-premise model, it will be known as Microsoft Dynamics 2018 Updates.

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is out in General Availability (GA) to 14 countries some of which include the United States, Canada, The United Kingdom, Denmark, Germany, Spain, France, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Sweden, etc.

Now, you can easily connect your Microsoft Dynamics NAV ERP with Ecommerce store, Marketplace or CRM to automate the business process!NAV-eCommerce-CRM-integration-1

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