Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is the first fully-featured cloud version of Dynamics NAV. With the introduction of such a robust application orchestrated specifically for cloud operations, small and mid-sized businesses can have advanced accounting software and inventive ERP marketplace as well. Also, improved supply chain operations, increased sales, and better project monitoring are some of the key capabilities that make Dynamics 365 Business Central one of its kinds. Interestingly, Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central allows companies to manage their business, including finance and operations from one single, integrated platform. Moreover, Microsoft Dynamics Business Central is fast to implement, easy to configure, supports around 25 languages, and streamline the entire process with Microsoft Power Automate integration. Also, you can tailor Business Central as per your unique business requirements as well. As of Sep 2020, with release wave 2, Business Central is extending its world-class service to improve performance, supporting geographic expansion with support for Group VAT, and offering extensive integration with Microsoft Teams.
Dynamics 365 Business Central offers the same standard functionality as you get with Dynamics NAV and, at times, has also been called as “NAV in the cloud”. The functionality of Microsoft Business Central is divided into two “packages” i.e. Essentials and Premium. The “Essential” corresponds to NAV “Starter Pack” while “Premium” corresponds to NAV “Extended Pack”. The extensions developed by ISV (Independent software vendor) partners can be installed in Business Central directly from Microsoft App Source. The same functionality is not available with Dynamics NAV.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central implementation enables organizations to unify their business with negligible infrastructure while offering larger accessibility. Through the following points, we can understand it better: