When it comes to understanding Microsoft Dynamics’ inner workings, it may seem like there’s a deluge of technical information available which can be difficult to break down to your customers. Read on to find out more about the applications.
Many small to medium-sized businesses find it difficult to implement solutions that fit to their needs. Dynamics 365 Business Central is one of those solutions that covers several needs at once.
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Microsoft recognised that not all companies would be comfortable selecting an Enterprise option, particularly those that didn’t need access to sophisticated, enterprise-grade tools in Dynamics 365. Business Central is the new Dynamics 365 offer specifically designed for SMBs.
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