Regardless of whether you are searching for a cloud solution or to stay on-premise, we can put you on the smartest way for your business for a better upgrade.
Is your business confronting fast change? Interruption is going on across numerous business sectors, driving numerous global organizations to confront some major choices. Do they need to explore new business models? Connect with customers in new ways? Or on the other hand, they just need to reduce expenses and operate more efficiently in order to compete?
Business Central is a business management solution for small and mid-sized organizations that streamlines all your business processes with automation and optimization to create a more agile, nimble, innovative ecosystem. Business Central enables businesses to manage their business, including finance, manufacturing, sales, shipping, project management, services, and more.
Things you need to know when upgrading Microsoft Dynamics NAV to Business Central:
Many of the customers already moved to Dynamics 365 Business central that makes us learned a few lessons along the way. So, the things you need to know about upgrading from Dynamics NAV to Dynamics 365 Business Central.
When you’ve chosen what direction you’d prefer to update, it’s time to look at the add-ons available. The timescale of your overhaul will incredibly rely upon the add-ons you pick. If your upgrade is particularly time-sensitive, then this will be an important consideration.
A new User Interface
Dynamics 365 Business Central brings a new and modern user interface (UI) and new methods of working across job focusses, records, worksheets, transaction documents, or subtleties pages.
D365 Business Central is a subscription license that includes the application, hosting, and maintenance in one per-user monthly fee. NAV can be perpetual or subscription licensing for the application (for subscription the monthly fee does include maintenance); hosting is an additional cost.
Permissions & Roles
While upgrading from Dynamics NAV 2013+ beyond to Dynamics 365 Business Central On-Premises, then the permission roles will be the same but if you are upgrading from Dynamics NAV to Dynamics 365 Business Central Software as a Service (SaaS) there the standard permission sets are different, the former being based on function and the latter being based on role.
Same as NAV, D365 Business Central’s usefulness is separated across two “packs”: Essentials and Premium. Fundamental maps like-to-like to the usefulness provided in NAV’s starter pack and premium maps to NAV’s extended pack.
You have total control to hosting yourself via cloud or server, you will have to ensure all updates are planned and implemented by yourself. Which occurs additional costs in terms of hosting to consider.
How this will help to transform your business?
- By Revive your financial management
- By Automate your SCM system
- Smarter Sales Service Management
- Project management
- By optimizing operation management