When your Dynamics partner identifies a unique requirement that is neither available natively or with a third-party solution, should you build a custom extension or use the Power Platform?
Whether you are live on Business Central, in the throws of implementation or considering an upgrade from your legacy environment – NAV or otherwise – Microsoft is delivering an exciting bundle of updates with the shipment of Dynamics 365 2020 Release Wave 2. And it’s worth paying attention.
If you are small or a medium sized distribution business where keeping up with new technologies
is harder than actually running your company – you are not alone.
If you’ve done your homework on ERP implementation, you know that the setup costs alone can be upwards of $100,000 depending on the solution scale and the complexity of your business.
Working from home may be a privilege during the COVID-19 crisis but that doesn’t mean it’s all fun and games. Especially if you are used to life in the office, connecting with your colleagues and making sure everyone is on the same page can seem impossible.
As of mid-April 2020, Microsoft changed the name of several of the Office 365 plans to Microsoft 365. For current users of Office 365, there is no cause for alarm. The tool set you are familiar with has not changed. You still have access to Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint etc. In general, the product is the same it just has a new name.
For those of you who missed our webinar on Automate your Sales Order Process and Get Paid Faster. I wanted to share the recording with you.
It’s simple to integrate Dynamics 365 Sales with Business Central with customer engagement straight out of the box with no extra tools. You can even do it yourself! Defining a relationship between Business Central and Dynamics 365 Sales can give your sales team an upper hand and make them more self-sufficient.