A blog is kind of an interesting word, don’t you think? It helps to understand where it came from. It was first coined as a “weblog” in 1997. And then, in 1999, someone separated “Weblog” into 2 words, as in “we blog” and the blog was born. Early blogs were often more like personal diaries or journals. Business blogs came later and have, for many companies, become an integral part of their marketing.
At Liberty Grove, we blog in order to share topics of interest with clients and prospective clients alike. In 2019, many of our blogs were about Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. It’s the newest of all the Microsoft ERP software solutions and therefore has warranted a great deal of our attention.
Summarized below are:
Our Top 3 Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Blogs
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Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is a shining example of an ERP solution that goes far beyond the limits of basic accounting software. It is an all-in-one business management solution that helps companies connect their financials, sales, service, and operations to streamline business processes, improve customer interactions, and make better decisions. Dynamics 365 Business Central brings the full power of Dynamics NAV to the cloud and has, at its foundation, a set of trusted, proven technologies that have served millions of users worldwide.
Every ERP software product on the planet can handle the basics of financials. So why choose Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central? When you connect to your Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central instance, you immediately gain access to company financial information. Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is designed specifically for business owners, accountants, and executives to keep tabs on profit margins, income and expenditures, and cash flows. With Business Central, you can track the life cycle of your fixed assets, customer payments, and fiscal performance.
It would be rare if your chosen ERP software system could meet 100% of your requirements. Typically, it would be more like 95%. The remaining 5% could come in the form of programming: a software configuration or customization that we at Liberty Grove would perform for you. Or, it could come in the form of an add-on. Add-ons are software applications that, as a rule, have been developed by third parties, in other words, not Microsoft. In the Microsoft, world calls these third parties ISVs, Independent Software Vendors. Scores of add-ons that have been developed specifically for Business Central.
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