If you’re an SMB-owner looking to move away from your legacy business-processing software, then Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is probably a strong choice, particularly as a cloud-based (Azure) solution.
D365 Business Central can provide SMBs with the robust financials needed to remain competitive in today’s marketplace—domestic and global. For example, customized dashboards and real-time metrics give overviews on such categories as monthly sales, KPI charts, or to identify cross-selling opportunities.
All of this, from intuitive apps that integrate customer data and provide collaboration among team members from the office, on the road or in the client’s office.
Gartner: A ‘digital business economy.”
Two years ago, Gartner noted that “thirty-eight percent of total IT spending” was “outside of IT,” while estimating that will increase to 50% during 2017. This reflects the cloud’s influence on business SaaS as issues like “security” are becoming less of an issue among company owners with the increases in “new digital designs.”
Gartner defines digital business as new business designs that blend the virtual world and the physical worlds, changing how processes and industries work through the Internet of Things.
At its core, D365 links with Office 365 as well as the new Power BI service to provide predictive analytics to help make better decisions based on real-time information. Users can connect to “multiple datasets” to draw in information to one place—eliminates legacy, isolated data silos.
If you’re just beginning to search for the right business software to run your company like Dynamics 365 BC, contact us to learn more about the Dynamics Difference.