Inventory management is a trade off between customer service and managing your cost. On one hand, a low inventory requires less working capital. On the other hand, stock outs potentially lead to missed sales. See how the Microsoft “Cortana” intelligence, built in to Dynamics 365 Business Central, helps you manage inventory and forecast what you’ll need to maximize sales.
In this mini demo, you’ll see how Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central integrates with Outlook and streamlines the Quote-to-Cash process. There are now two flavors of Dynamics 365 Business Central, a true, multi-tenant Cloud version and an on-premise version. Both solutions are based on the Dynamics NAV product that has been renamed “Dynamics 365 Business Central.”
After watching this mini demo, visit our Dynamics 365 Business Central web pages to learn more about the series of modules within the solution, including financial management, supply chain, inventory, warehousing, manufacturing, job management, and service.
Do a Quote-to-Cash Process Almost Entirely in Outlook:
Is it time to upgrade your accounting and operations system with a modern cloud ERP? See how Microsoft’s new cloud ERP automates financials, inventory, supply chain, manufacturing, projects, reporting, sales, and service.
The tour will show you:
- How the solution combines modern digital technologies
- The look and feel, reporting, dashboards, and role center capabilities
- The Functionality Guide with series in financial management, supply chain, inventory, warehouse, project management, manufacturing, services, and CRM
- How Dynamics 365 tightly integrates with Office 365 and Outlook
- Where to request a custom demo
- Access to a whitepaper on how manufacturers can boost productivity
Microsoft is launching the new cloud version of Dynamics NAV on April 2, 2018. It’s called Dynamics 365 Business Central.
Business Central brings the full power of Dynamics NAV to the cloud, offering organizations a single, end to end solution for managing finances, operations, manufacturing, distribution, inventory, projects, sales, customer service, and more.
Business Central offers terrific value because it integrates with other Microsoft cloud services including Office 365 and can be customized or extended for specific industry needs with PowerApps, Microsoft Flow, and Power BI.
It’s a true cloud solution that has all the functionality of the on-premise Dynamics NAV solution, only now with SaaS pricing that enables companies to get ERP up and running quickly without a huge capital expense. For example, the Essentials functionality of the solution is $70 per user per month while the Premium level is $100 per user per month.
If you are a project-based company or government contractor, Dynamics 365 Business Central is not a replacement for Dynamics SL. But for those organizations on Dynamics SL that have distribution, manufacturing, or supply chain management, this new solution needs to be on your radar for your next ERP upgrade. See here why these companies should consider 365 Business Central.
Synergy will post more information about Dynamics 365 Business Central as it becomes available. For now, distributors, manufacturers, and supply chain management organizations can imagine all the functions found in this Dynamics NAV Capabilities Guide transferred to the cloud, to envision a solution for them.
Visit Dynamics 365 Business Central to get a look and feel of the solution.
Sign up for a Dynamics NAV/Business Central demo to get started on evaluating this “new generation of business intelligence in the cloud.”