Before we dig
Dynamics 365 Business Central is replacing Dynamics NAV as Microsoft’s all-in-one business platform targeted at small to mid-sized enterprises. Dynamics 365 Business Central has core capabilities and connects financials, sales, purchase, inventory, projects, service and operations. This offering has brought the full NAV functionality to a SaaS environment and sits as the future of the Microsoft Dynamics NAV roadmap offering cloud, on-premises and hybrid deployment options.
Positioned as the next level for organizations that have outgrown their entry-level accounting software, the features in Business Central (like in all Microsoft apps) provide users with an intuitive and easy to use experience. Business Central does have manufacturing capabilities but most manufacturing organizations may find their needs best met through Finance and Operations. This app is generally suited for the wholesale industry.
Dynamics 365 for Finance & Operations is Microsoft’s flagship and complete enterprise resource planning solution for medium to large enterprises. Formerly Microsoft Dynamics AX, Finance and Operations is designed to fuel business growth and transformation on a global scale. It could be the last solution you implement as it is a truly integrated enterprise business platform that not only handles traditional
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If you are looking for help exploring the differences between Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations and Dynamics 365 Business Central, please feel free to contact our team. We also invite you to browse through our insights or whitepapers to stay informed on the best fit for you and your team.