Microsoft Business central: Here’s all you need to know

From the array of Microsoft ERP-CRM solutions, Dynamics 365 for Finance & Operations helps the organization to unify global financials & operations. As businesses today are adapt to the increased speed & shifting expectations of the market, Dynamics 365 for Finance & Operations enables them to take better decisions quickly.

The arrival of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business central previously named as Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations (Business edition) is a benefiting option for small and midsize businesses. Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business central fits the core needs of small & midsize businesses. It can provide this section of businesses with an affordable entry into Enterprise Resource Planning software.

With Dynamics 365 Business Central you get to connect with the organization’s financials, sales, purchase, inventory, projects, service, and operations. Additionally, you can soak up the benefits of Office 365 and Azure cloud services like Business Intelligence, IoT, built-in security and other services that make Microsoft the most complete and secure cloud solution provider for business.

Unlike Dynamics 365 Business Edition, Business Central expands deeply into Operations and Supply Chain Management to offer full ERP functionality. Especially, it includes the functionality of Dynamics NAV for the cloud platform. Also, Business Central automates & integrates seamlessly with Office 365, Power Apps, Microsoft Flow, Power BI and other Microsoft cloud services.

Business Central Licensing

Dynamics 365 Business Central will be available in two subscription license types: Business Central Essentials & Business Central Premium. The difference between Essentials and Premium: Essentials includes everything but Manufacturing and Service. Premium includes all functionality. Additionally, a team member license type is added for the user who does not require full user capabilities.