In today’s highly competitive business environment, a company’s accounting information system (AIS) remains a key component to keeping what Forbes refers to as “the gap between relevance and obsolescence” from widening by the day.
“To stay relevant means to be connected–internally with employees, externally with customers and investors, and globally with emerging trends and markets; to anticipate new direction and foresee the writing on the wall that demands innovation.”
To this end, Microsoft Dynamics 365 offers a powerful, web-based CRM and ERP software. The SaaS platform provides both the financial and operational means to running a business more profitably in today’s competitive marketplace.
For small to medium-size manufacturers, Dynamics 365 helps owners manage their operations in a “lean production environment.” This can include production, for example, associated with discrete manufacturing as well as batch orders for process manufacturing.
Dynamics 365 is accessed via Microsoft’s Azure cloud services through licensing subscriptions. This full-cloud option eliminates the need for extra hardware or IT staffing normally associated with on-premise CRM/ERP systems.
Dynamics 365 for Financials allows full General Ledger Account Structure, Budgeting, Reporting and even Fixed Asset Management.
The licensing provides full access to Microsoft’s AppSource. There, Dynamics users can search for specific apps designed for numerous vertical business including agriculture, distribution, financial services, government, healthcare+life sciences, professional services and retail, to name a few.
Business owners receive full access to Dynamics 365 with a single license, which includes CRM functionality.
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