Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Subscriptions - Monthly PAYG or Annual Plans

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Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Premium - Free Trial (25 Users)
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Premium - Free Trial allows evaluation by businesses that have outgrown their basic accounting software,
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is a business management solution that helps companies connect their financials, sales, service, and operations to streamline business processes, improve customer interactions and make better decisions.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Essentials Subscription
The Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Essentials subscription is designed for businesses that have outgrown their basic accounting software,
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Essentials is a business management solution for small and mid-sized organisations that automates and streamlines business processes and helps you manage your business.
Highly adaptable and rich with features, Business Central enables companies to manage their business, including finance, manufacturing, sales, shipping, project management, services, and more.
Companies can easily add functionality that is relevant to the region of operation, and that is customized to support even highly specialised industries.

Business Central provides functionality for common business processes in small and mid-sized companies, mainly within wholesale and professional services. However, more complex processes, such as assembly, manufacturing, service, and directed warehouse management are also supported.

Business Central includes standard configurations for most business processes, but you can change the configuration to suit your business' needs. From your Role Center, you can access assisted setup guides that help you configure certain scenarios and add features to Business Central. Several areas of business functionality must be set up manually.

Finance: Make and collect payments, manage your cash flow, defer income and revenue, prepare year-end closing, and manage fixed assets.

Business Intelligence: Get insight to the performance of your business activities through budgets, account schedules, and analysis views.

Sales: Manage sales processes and information, such as quotes, orders, returns, and customer accounts, and make drop shipments.

Purchasing: Manage purchasing processes and information, such as invoices, orders, returns, and vendor accounts, and purchase items from sales documents.

Inventory: Register new inventory or service-type items, categorize items for easy searching, adjust inventory levels, and perform common inventory costing tasks.

Project Management: Create jobs and schedule resources for project, manage job budgets, monitor progress, and track machine and employee hours.

Fixed Assets: Organize your fixed assets, ensure correct periodic depreciation, and keep track of maintenance costs.

Relationship Management: Manage and support your sales efforts and focus your interactions on preferred customers and contacts.

Human Resources: Keep detailed records of your employees, and register absence for analysis purposes.

Planning: Plan the production operations that are required to transform inputs into finished goods.

Assembly Management: Put sellable items together in simple steps to make a new item, such as a kit.

Warehouse Management: Ensure an effective flow of goods that are received and shipped.

Workflow: Set up and use workflows that connect tasks performed by different users or by the system, such as automatic posting. Requesting and granting approval to create or post documents are typical workflow steps.

Exchanging Data Electronically: Enable users to exchange data with external sources during daily tasks, such as sending/receiving electronic documents, importing/exporting bank files, and updating currency exchange rates.

Incoming Documents: Record external documents in Business Central, including their file attachments, and then manually create the related documents or automatically convert the files to electronic documents.

Find the right online training, in person workshops and events for your role as a Business Central user or partner.

Do you decide whether to invest in new technologies?
Learn the business value of Business Central (Free, self-paced onlinelearning path)
Get started (Free, self-paced onlinelearning path)
Explore Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Capabilities
Business Central videos on YouTube

Did you just get a new application to use?
Get started (Free, self-paced onlinelearning path)
Business Central learning paths (Free, self-paced onlinelearning paths)
Business Central videos on YouTube

Do you need to write code to integrate with other data sources, extend core system functionality or build a complex application?
Business Central learning paths (Free, self-paced onlinelearning paths)
Developer documentation

Are you an implementation expert for a business domain?
Business Central learning paths (Free, self-paced onlinelearning paths)
Business Central videos on YouTube
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Premium Subscription
The Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Premium subscription is designed for businesses that have outgrown their basic accounting software and require the Manufacturing or Service Managemenrt capabilities which are not included in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Essentials
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Premium is a business management solution for small and mid-sized organisations that automates and streamlines business processes and helps you manage your business.
It includes all the features of the essentials edition with the addition of Manufacturing and Service Management
Highly adaptable and rich with features, Business Central enables companies to manage their business, including finance, manufacturing, sales, shipping, project management, services, and more.
Companies can easily add functionality that is relevant to the region of operation, and that is customized to support even highly specialised industries.

Business Central provides functionality for common business processes in small and mid-sized companies, mainly within wholesale and professional services. However, more complex processes, such as assembly, manufacturing, service, and directed warehouse management are also supported.

Business Central includes standard configurations for most business processes, but you can change the configuration to suit your business' needs. From your Role Center, you can access assisted setup guides that help you configure certain scenarios and add features to Business Central. Several areas of business functionality must be set up manually.

Finance: Make and collect payments, manage your cash flow, defer income and revenue, prepare year-end closing, and manage fixed assets.

Business Intelligence: Get insight to the performance of your business activities through budgets, account schedules, and analysis views.

Sales: Manage sales processes and information, such as quotes, orders, returns, and customer accounts, and make drop shipments.

Purchasing: Manage purchasing processes and information, such as invoices, orders, returns, and vendor accounts, and purchase items from sales documents.

Inventory: Register new inventory or service-type items, categorize items for easy searching, adjust inventory levels, and perform common inventory costing tasks.

Project Management: Create jobs and schedule resources for project, manage job budgets, monitor progress, and track machine and employee hours.

Fixed Assets: Organize your fixed assets, ensure correct periodic depreciation, and keep track of maintenance costs.

Relationship Management: Manage and support your sales efforts and focus your interactions on preferred customers and contacts.

Human Resources: Keep detailed records of your employees, and register absence for analysis purposes.

Planning: Plan the production operations that are required to transform inputs into finished goods.

Assembly Management: Put sellable items together in simple steps to make a new item, such as a kit.

Manufacturing: Define shop floor resources and their capacity, schedule operations, pull production components, and execute production operations.

Warehouse Management: Ensure an effective flow of goods that are received and shipped.

Service Management: Schedule service calls and set up service orders, and track repair parts and supplies.

Workflow: Set up and use workflows that connect tasks performed by different users or by the system, such as automatic posting. Requesting and granting approval to create or post documents are typical workflow steps.

Exchanging Data Electronically: Enable users to exchange data with external sources during daily tasks, such as sending/receiving electronic documents, importing/exporting bank files, and updating currency exchange rates.

Incoming Documents: Record external documents in Business Central, including their file attachments, and then manually create the related documents or automatically convert the files to electronic documents.

Find the right online training, in person workshops and events for your role as a Business Central user or partner.

Do you decide whether to invest in new technologies?
Learn the business value of Business Central (Free, self-paced onlinelearning path)
Get started (Free, self-paced onlinelearning path)
Explore Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Capabilities
Business Central videos on YouTube

Did you just get a new application to use?
Get started (Free, self-paced onlinelearning path)
Business Central learning paths (Free, self-paced onlinelearning paths)
Business Central videos on YouTube

Do you need to write code to integrate with other data sources, extend core system functionality or build a complex application?
Business Central learning paths (Free, self-paced onlinelearning paths)
Developer documentation

Are you an implementation expert for a business domain?
Business Central learning paths (Free, self-paced onlinelearning paths)
Business Central videos on YouTube
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central External Accountant Subscription
The Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central External Accountant subscription allows you use an external accountant to manage your books and financial reporting, you can invite them to Business Central so they can work with you on your fiscal data.
Once your accountant hasa gained access to Business Central, they can use the Accountant Role Center that gives easy access to the most relevant pages for their work.

This license type is intended for use by users such as external accountants. This means that you do not have to buy an extra seat in your current Active Directory or use one of your existing Business Central user accounts on your external accountant.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Service Professional Subscription
The Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Service Professional subscription allows you to consistently deliver exceptional customer service, drive connected and empathetic experiences, and empower agents with the right tools at the right time.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Service Professional is a streamlined customer support solution that works seamlessly with familiar tools and makes managing customer relationships simple. As your business needs grow, easily add capabilities for sales, marketing, or field service.

• Streamline support with a solution that simplifies processes and improves customer experiences.
• Personalize service: Enable self-service portals so customers can resolve issues independently. Continuously improve experiences with insights into customer satisfaction.
• Empower your team: Accelerate onboarding and reduce escalations with intuitive agent experiences. Ensure agents resolve issues quickly with knowledge-driven case management.
• Gain actionable insights: Use insights to optimize agent performance, get a 360-degree view of customer journeys, and reduce operational costs.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Sales Professional Subscription
The Microsoft Dynamics 365 Sales Professional subscription provides a simple way to modernise sales productivity, get the revenue-generating capabilities of sales force automation (SFA) with the productivity of Office 365.

With Microsoft Dynamics 365 Sales Professional, manage customer relationships, close deals, and boost sales revenue - all within Office 365.

Engagement
• Prioritise your high-potential prospects.
• Get a complete view of customer interactions.
• Identify all the important stakeholders.
• Personalise interactions with your customers.
• Compose more compelling emails using contextual sales data.

Productivity
• Team up with customers and colleagues to collaborate.
• Create winning sales proposals and access relevant documents.
• Save time on training with contextual guidance surfaced in real time.
• Work on the go, even without connectivity.
• Automate your sales process, eliminating time-consuming, repetitive tasks.

Performance
• Gain real-time visibility into your pipeline with interactive dashboards and reports.
• Make better decisions using the most current data.
• Gain strategic insight with integrated customer surveys.

Setup
• Get up and running in hours with an intuitive solution that guides you.
• Accelerate setup by automatically using your existing Office 365 settings.

Customisation
• Get immediate business results with preconfigured tools that are ready to use.
• Quickly adapt tools for your sales process with easy, no-code configuration options.
• Save time with a single configuration process that supports multiple platforms.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central - Device
The Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Device licence is a type of additional user that works within Business Central.
Device licences are not a primary license, but includes some capabilities of a full user.
The device license is intended to be used on a specific computer and have multiple people logged into it over the course of the day.
It is intended to be used to operate a point of sale device, a shop floor device, or a warehouse device to keep track of inventory, time sheets, sales, or service transactions.
A device license can be customized to provide whichever services that a specific device may need to have.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central - Team Member
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Team Member licences provide reduced functionality compared to a full user licence
It is a licence for users who need general access and the ability to perform specific tasks for which they will require write access. generally this allows a user to modify exiting data but not create new.
Team members can read anything within Business Central, but only write in designated areas including:
  • Update existing data and entries within Business Central including customer records, vendor records, or item records which have already been created.

  • Update specific entries that would be necessary to edit from an accounting perspective.

  • Approve or reject tasks in workflows.

  • Create, delete and modify quotes and personal information related to customer records.

  • Enter time sheets for jobs

  • Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central requires at least one user to have a full license in order to have team members.
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