Now is the right time small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) should embrace digitalization in order to grow rapidly with the change of market dynamics. Today binding to location and specific time is no longer important. Moreover, the expectations of customers have changed. Many small and medium-sized business leaders are tied to legacy enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems or lightweight accounting systems that do not support changes, not to mentioning providing the insight they need to make decisions faster and connect with customers in real time.
The Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central team is dedicated to help SMBs go digital, and the focus on the 2020 release wave 2 updates to meet the needs of our rapidly growing customer base.
Over two years ago Microsoft Dynamics 365 NAV and Microsoft Dynamics 365 GP were launched. The hard work has been done to bring together all functions of Microsoft tools. Assets were unified through Dynamics 365 Business Central with the goal to help SMB to raise productivity, effectiveness, speed up processes and reduce expenses.
In Dynamics 365 Business Central all departments (finance, supply chain, tech, sales etc.) are connected via single application, therefore SMBs can work with a greater performance.
Moving to the cloud and adapting faster
To meet digital changes businesses require an ability to adopt faster and be flexible.
Dynamics 365 Business Central has always provided flexible models for deployment and solutions. However, this release offers more data security and improved application performance. A performance toolkit will help to reduce disruption in the process of moving to the cloud.
The key goal of Dynamics 365 Business Central has always been connecting employees and raising processes performance. Using Office 365, dashboards, guidance and interoperability it becomes faster and more efficient to build workflow.
Moreover, the release offers competency with Microsoft Teams application allowing to access business data via it. This way team members can share and respond faster than ever before.
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