Microsoft releases Dynamics 365 Business Central Capabilities
Just in time for the general release of Dynamics 365 Business Central coming on April 2nd, Microsoft has released an overview of the capabilities of the new business management system.
If you haven’t heard about Dynamics 365 Business Central, Microsoft recently announced it as a single -end-to-end business management application built on Dynamics NAV in the Azure Cloud. Because it is cloud based, it is constructed to integrate with other Microsoft cloud services including Office 365, PowerApps, Microsoft Flow, and Power BI.
Along with capabilities, Microsoft also released the first look at what the user interface will look like in Business Central. If you have worked with any other Dynamics 365 or Office 365 application, it should be familiar. It is clear Microsoft is trying to unify their user interfaces across applications to make the user experience more cohesive and simple.
Dynamics 365 Business Central Capabilities
Dynamics 365 Business Central has comprehensive capabilities in categories including financial management, customer relationship management, supply chain management, human resources, project management, service order management, and manufacturing. Take a look at the breakdown below.
Basic general ledger
Basic fixed assets
Bank account management
Customer Relationship Management
Dynamics 365 for Sales integration
Supply Chain Management
Sales order management
Purchase order management
Warehouse management (basic and advanced)
Service Order Management
Service price management
Service item management
Service contract management
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