Dynamics 365 Business Central capabilities span financial management, supply chain and inventory management, sales and service management, project and operations management—and includes reporting and analytics, multi-currency, multi-language, multi-company, and data migration capabilities.
All Dynamics 365 applications are available in the cloud such as the Azure Cloud. Dynamics 365 Business Central is not sold directly from Microsoft and is only available through a Cloud Service Partner (CSP) such as Technology Management Concepts.
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Dynamics 365 Business Central currently delivers primarily horizontal capabilities that serve a variety of industries. Reselling partners provide more specific business and industry extensions. Visit Microsoft AppSource for details. If you have industry specific needs beyond Dynamics 365 Business Central and the extensions, work with a Dynamics 365 partner for more comprehensive industry and vertical capabilities. Identify their industry/vertical needs and pass to applicable Dynamics partner.
Depending on the finance solution that your business uses today, you can transfer information about customers, vendors, inventory, and bank accounts. You can start an assisted setup guide that helps you transfer the business data. Easily upload files using extensions, for example Intuit Interchange Format (IIF) file to transfer QuickBooks data, or directly import from Excel.
Dynamics 365 Business Central is the new version of Dynamics NAV, which will include full NAV capabilities, ranging from financial and operations management to sales and service. Dynamics 365 Business Central be delivered through the cloud, just like Dynamics NAV can be deployed in the cloud or on-premises. Overall, the only difference is the licensing of Dynamics BC.
The suggested retail price for Dynamics 365 Business Central app is at $70 per user per month with no user minimums. For businesses that have roles that don’t need full user access, team member licenses are available for $8 per month.
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