Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central helps small and mid-sized enterprises to get a better visibility into their overall business, eliminate departmental silos and grow with a solution that is scalable and extendable by automating and optimizing business processes.
It is a comprehensive business management solution designed for small to medium-sized businesses that automates and streamlines business processes and helps you manage your business. If you are looking for a comprehensive business management solution, you need to consider Dynamics 365 Business Central. It is simple to adapt and use, assist you in business collaborations and lets you make smart decisions.
Developed on features within Microsoft Dynamics NAV, Dynamics 365 Business Central is simple to adapt. The business applications can be extended and utilized with other Microsoft Cloud Services like Power BI, Microsoft Flow, Office 365, and Power Apps. It is an application that adapts itself to your growing business and changing business requirements whilst takes benefit of the advanced technology.
Why Choose Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central?
Dynamics 365 Business Central, previously known as Microsoft Dynamics NAV. It consists of a wide range of business functionalities along with the supplementary benefit of the cloud. It has the ability to assist across service, sales and finance segments. It is designed in such a way to assimilate with various cloud services like Power Apps, Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, Outlook, Office 365, Power BI, Power Automate, and AI Builder.
Easier Finance Management
Effective Project Planning
Better Customer Interactions
Key Features And Functionalities
Work with budgets in general ledger accounts.
Set up deferral templates that would automate the deferring process.
Keep track of fixed assets and related transactions.
Register customers and manage receivables using general journals.
System automatically assigns audit trails and posting descriptions to every transaction.
Create and manage multiple bank accounts keep track of all your bank statements.
Manage multiple currencies throughout the system.
Supply Chain Management
Manage sales orders, purchase orders and their processes.
Manage inventory of your production plants, warehouses, showrooms, retail outlets, etc. across multiple locations.
Keep track of inventory as its moved from location to location and account for the value of inventory in transit.
Process multiple orders at the same time in warehouses.
Be able to assemble items that integrate with the existing features such as sales, planning, reservations, and warehousing.
Customer Relationship Management
For all business relationships, maintain an overview of your contacts and record your contact information.
Manage and keep track of your sales opportunities by sectioning sales processes into different stages.
Register, sell and combine related resources.
Monitor resource usage and your capacity for each resource with information about availability and planned costs on orders and quotes.
Keep track of usage on jobs and data for customer invoicing.
Integrate timesheets with service, jobs and basic resources.
Human Resource Management
Group, track and organize employee information according to their skills, experience, education, training, etc.
Track and reimburse employee’s expenses by posting it against the employee cards.
Switch to multiple languages in real time.
Set up an unlimited number of lines to describe inventory items, resources and ledger accounts.
Synchronize your to-do items and your contacts with your meetings and tasks in Outlook.
Service Order Management
Register post-sales request such as service and repair requests, service order and dues.
Create, maintain and monitor service prices.
Record and keep track of all service items, including contract information, Bill Of Material reference and warranty information.
Record details on service and discount levels, parts and labour hours, etc.
Assign personnel to work orders and log details of handling and status.
Create and manage production and purchase orders considering the demand forecast, available inventory and requirements.
Handle last minute changes, plan rush hours and make exceptions to processes with multiple planning options.
Set up routings and use these in materials requirement plannings.
Add and manage capacities to the process. Take capacity constraints into account so that no more work is assigned to a center.