Convincing your CFO Dynamics 365 is a Good Choice for Your Company

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ERP solutions solve many problems, but are often considered non-revenue generating investments because they can fail to deliver any measurable ROI. The intangibles they provide for an organization are sometimes hard to translate into the world of CFOs, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t indispensable for business processes across different industries. 

Microsoft Dynamics 365 is a system that uses less resources than its predecessors to accomplish a significantly wider array of tasks – one could say it’s a solution that cuts costs, but calling it a value-generator and business enabler is much more fitting. There are multiple compelling reasons to choose Dynamics 365 as your company’s software, and this blog will discuss some of the ones you can use to convince your organization’s CFO that it’s the right way to go in the age of digital transformation.

One of the first and most important features a CFO might look at when considering a switch to Dynamics 365 is the fact it’s a highly integrated, multifunctional and predictive system meant for lightning-quick scalability and high levels of customization. Power BI, IoT and highly integrated CRM and ERP solutions are tools capable of optimizing operational efficiency and automation while reducing time- and resource- wastes.

Advanced data and machine communication can greatly improve the quality of manufacturing processes, products and services, thus opening up more relevant revenue streams and giving CFOs an opportunity to assess incoming information and various risks more accurately than ever before. This can have a major role in the decision-making process.

Another important aspect of owning an ERP solution has to be the licensing structure and principles. Dynamics 365 is at the top of the game when it comes to providing organizations with highly flexible options, mostly due to its next-gen cloud capabilities. In our recent blog post, we discussed the benefits of the IT-as-a-Service model:

“IT-enabled capabilities are delivered as a service using Internet technologies. So, you have an on-demand delivery of compute power, storage, applications and other resources through a cloud service platform via the internet. When it comes to cloud computing, organizations now treat is as a utility like water: products or services supplied by a vendor that is paid for as you consume it.”

In a nutshell, organizations and CFOs can select the features of Dynamics 365 they need in order to allow their business to grow without the burden of having to pay for everything. This is an absolutely huge strategic advantage.

Given its customization options, Dynamics 365 is able to give CFOs exactly what they want: granular control, ample time to react and agile processes. Realistic expectations and trust are fundamental in the work of any decision-maker, but this is especially the case for financial advisors. With D365, you can expect reliable data and flexibility to guide your organization through the good times and the bad.

Choosing and implementing a new ERP solution has never been and never will be an easy task for any CFO out there, but Dynamics 365 takes many important issues into consideration and uses its cloud capabilities to constantly evolve and remain agile in the unpredictable world of business.

Precision, predictive analysis and granular control enable CFOs to assess risk with astonishing accuracy and use D365 to take their organization to the next step in terms of stability and growth. For an even more detailed point of view from a CFO, check out our webinar by clicking here: Convincing Your CFO That Microsoft Dynamics 365 is a Good Choice.

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