The Microsoft business software known as Dynamics 365 Business Central belongs to the Microsoft Dynamics suite of tools, which are designed to streamline all processes of organisations, making use of the most advanced digital technology.
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One of the most important virtues of the Microsoft Dynamics 365 suite is its versatility for integrating computer programs oriented toward automation. The automation of management is, without a doubt, one of the main reasons that a business decides on its digital transformation.
The World changed forever in 2020. After the start of the Coronavirus Pandemic, we know that it will never be the same again. This challenging context has put everyone's response capacity to the test, and in the Technological field, Microsoft has precisely demonstrated its ability to seek and provide solutions to this great challenge!
Just a few years ago, the Local Management Software Model meant a true revolution in the application of mobile technology to the business environment.
When you decide to take the definitive step towards digitalising management, it is because you are betting on success, and you know that this step represents a necessary transformation to keep your company at the forefront.
The installation of effective Business Management Software is nowadays an essential need for those companies that want to be at the forefront of technological changes.
There are different licensing options for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. In this blog, we will tell you some of the key features, so that when you purchase this powerful Business Management tool, you can adapt it to the different needs, size and objectives of your company.
Employees have been using chat tools like text messages and social media with ease for years. Transitioning to similar forms of team communication at work is a natural next step for the mobile-first, instant communication-driven workforce.
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Last week, as COVID-19 cases continued to spread around the world, millions of people moved to remote work. Every company is at a different stage of their journey to the cloud.
This may come as a shock to you (or it may be completely old news, depending on how tuned in you are with tech current affairs), but Microsoft have now officially stopped selling their legacy ERP solution Dynamics NAV to new clients. That’s it. The end.
In the second of our Thought Leaders series of articles, we follow up part one of our Bill Gates blogs with a look at some of the predictions he made in his 1999 book, “Business @ the Speed of Thought". We've already focussed on the concept of a digital nervous system and how it can provide a flow of information to various parts of an organisation.
At Dynamics 365 Providers, we specialise in advising organisations on the best business management software to meet their industry needs and improve efficiency. As such, we like to focus on business intelligence shared by the leading thinkers in the world of business and technology. So we thought we’d highlight some of the foremost thought leaders from across the globe in a series of articles.
Every now and then at Dynamics 365 providers, we like to look back at some of our previous articles and revisit some of the themes that we explored in them. Way back in January, we wrote about the pressures that many businesses face, posing the question, is it time to loosen the belt on your accounting software?
Traditionally the turn of the year is the time when people make resolutions that they vow to stick to for the year ahead. But let’s be honest, why kid yourself, how often do people actually see them through? Most of us crash and burn within weeks or at most a few months.
We’ve already spoken about the kind of promises that people make themselves at the turn of every year. Top of the list for many will be losing a bit of weight. Let’s face it, the excesses of Christmas and New Year can have a negative impact on your waistline!
For many businesses, May 25th 2018 was an important date. It saw the formal introduction of the new European privacy law, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). It seeks to protect the rights of individuals and regulate the use of personal data by businesses who hold that data.
Business no longer happens in one place and the way that customers engage with organisations has changed. Digital transformation is shifting the focus of companies across the world and this evolution is especially noticeable in the world of business software.
After the UK voted to leave the EU on June 23rd, there have been some significant implications for British and European businesses. In light of the inevitable uncertainty and impact on confidence in the market, we’ve put together a whitepaper that collects our own thoughts on how businesses can survive beyond Brexit.
Excel is without doubt the most widely used piece of ERP software in the world! It’s low cost, general availability and ease of use make it a popular choice for businesses across the world. But just because it’s easy and inexpensive, it doesn’t necessarily make it the best ERP solution.
It’s been building up for some time, your staff have been complaining that they can't do their jobs properly, it takes them far too long to complete specific tasks, they haven't got access to the right information and they don’t know what everyone else is doing in the business.
Depending on your industry, there will be different signs to indicate that inefficiency is affecting your business. This is your early-warning signal that it’s time to invest in a new ERP solution.
Since we’ve given you an introduction to Dynamics 365 Business Central, we thought we’d follow up with some more concrete reasons why you should consider upgrading your business software.
Are you a current Microsoft Dynamics NAV customer on an older release who has concerns on making the transition to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central? Then look no further! We have the answers for you right here.
If you are naturally averse to time consuming tasks, you might find this hard to believe, but the ‘P’ in ERP doesn’t stand for procrastination. Researching, choosing, and installing an ERP system can be a time consuming process, so it’s easy to see why it often gets pushed to the bottom of your list, but time is of the essence!
In technical terms, Cloud Computing means using a network of remote servers hosted on the internet instead of relying on a local server or a personal computer to store, manage, and process data. True globalisation, accessibility, success and mass education are all results of the spread of Cloud Computing. It is also very handy if you are looking for a solution which will help your business run more effectively.
It’s probably fair to say ERP was not the inspiration behind the Australian pop sensation’s hit “Better the devil you know”. But she inadvertently struck gold on describing what many business owners think about when it comes to upgrading their software.
Your business is growing and your resident IT expert has just told you that the business needs to upgrade your existing software. He recommends investing in an ERP system which will meet future business demands.
Making Tax Digital is a key part of the government’s plans to make it easier for individuals and businesses to get their tax right and keep on top of their affairs.
There comes a point in the lifecycle of any business when it’s time to expand, evolve and grow. Many of the businesses that our Microsoft approved partners deal with are experiencing the warning signs that it’s time for their software to grow with them.
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