Applications you can integrate with Business Central

Dynamics 365 Business Central took the world by storm in 2018, with global businesses discovering and then flaunting its powerful features. It was then the best example of a digital enterprise resource planning (ERP) tool.

Despite being praised for its ERP tool, Microsoft and other tech developers have introduced further enhancements by releasing apps that can be integrated directly with Business Central, to further improve all users’ Business Central experience.

5 Signs you’ve outgrown your ERP solution

There is a popular saying that change is the only permanent thing in life. And in the life cycle of business software like an enterprise resource planning (ERP) app, that adage certainly applies. Outdated ERPs are often bad for business — because of their usage limitations, their tendency to be difficult to use daily, and their absence of assurance that they will remain secure in digital-driven business landscape.

Advanced budgeting: A powerful function of Business Central

Advanced budgeting is smart budgeting — it maximizes all of your business data to enhance your resource allocation processes. This is why many businesses seek enterprise resource planning (ERP) platforms that let them do just that. Fortunately, Microsoft has developed Dynamics 365 Business Central (BC), the most powerful ERP platform today.

Managing the Chart of Accounts on Business Central

The Chart of Accounts (COA) on Business Central (BC) is where your company’s general ledger (G/L) accounts are set up and where all the financial results of your business’s transactions are posted. In many ways, it’s like a main financial master record, which is why it’s always a good idea to set it up simply and coherently.

How to avoid the most common enterprise resource planning security risks

Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems rely on huge blocks of live data to generate accurate reports and perform the right actions. Naturally, it’s important to secure business data. Poor data practices will surely expose a company to regulatory audits, not to mention ruin its reputation and loss of customers and investors.

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