Your Guide to Microsoft Dynamics 365

December 2, 2019
ERP, Microsoft Dynamics
4 min read

Leveraging all of Microsoft’s strongest products and cutting-edge business technology, Microsoft Dynamics 365 is a scalable and flexible cloud platform that is considered the business solution for the modern workplace. By packaging together ERP, CRM, BI, Office 365, IoT, and AI in an all-in-one SaaS solution, it has grown to encapsulate a global community of users, developers, and partners – rapidly becoming one of the world’s most popular solutions for SMBs and enterprises alike.

Whether you are looking to upgrade from an outdated accounting solution or debating the move from an on-premise ERP solution, we’re sure you have a ton of questions about Dynamics 365. To help you answer those questions, we have compiled a ton of valuable information on the cloud ERP platform – with a convenient guide available for download if you need it.

Why Choose Microsoft Dynamics 365

Let’s start from the beginning. Why is Dynamics 365 a good option for new ERP users? Built for the cloud, Dynamics 365 gives your organization an easy to use platform with quick access to the functionality they need to do business every day. It includes built-in business applications like sales, customer service, finance, operations, and talent, in addition to third-party extensions that better fit specific industry and business requirements. All Dynamics 365 applications can be used a la carte or combined together, and include data security, 99.5% up-time SLA, Office 365, and LinkedIn integration, Microsoft’s intelligent technologies, and phone and web support.

It’s basically a bundle of everything you need to manage and run your business. In our guide, we take you through more details on the Dynamics 365 infrastructure, including the Common Data Model and deeper insights into pricing and what you get with the solution.

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5 Reasons Why Our Customers Have Moved to Dynamics 365

Many of our Dynamics NAV customers have made the decision to move to Dynamics 365. Dynamics 365 Business Central is built from the flexible and proven architecture of Dynamics NAV, so in some ways, it’s a natural evolution. While there is no “one-size-fits-all” approach to Dynamics 365, we all have common motivators that need to be considered before switching ERP solutions, like faster, cheaper, and more productive ways to do business. Here are some of the top reasons that organizations have been adopting Dynamics 365 over other competing ERP systems:

  1. Access Anywhere
    Gone are the days of being chained to a desk. Get instant access to your business applications and data, from sales dashboards to inventory reports, on any mobile device or web browser.
  2. Seamless Systems Integration
    Microsoft’s Common Data Model is changing how data moves throughout your organization by connecting your ERP, CRM, and other business management tools, like Power BI and Office 365, on one easily accessible cloud platform.
  3. Scalable Functionality
    The true power of Dynamics 365 is that there is no one-size-fits-all approach. You can build your Dynamics 365 solution based on your current needs, with the option to add new features and extend functionality whenever you need to through Microsoft AppSource.
  4. Affordable Subscription Pricing
    Every Dynamics 365 monthly subscription plan is licensed per user and includes storage, hosting, and uninterrupted access to your data and business apps. Businesses of all sizes and complexities can purchase licenses for each application on its own or purchase a bundled package.
  5. Automatic Upgrades
    Say goodbye to time-consuming, cumbersome upgrade projects that stretch your patience and your wallet. Dynamics 365 includes automatic, cumulative updates so your solution and security stay up to date at all times.

In our “Complete Guide to Microsoft Dynamics 365,” we dive deeper into some of these motives to move, including 8 compelling reasons why Dynamics 365 works for a diverse range of business types and needs.

Get the Complete Guide to Microsoft Dynamics 365

At Tigunia, we are in the business of providing right-fit technology solutions and services for any sized business. That means we aren’t going to try to sell you something that doesn’t work for your people, processes, and existing technology. What we can do is provide recommendations and the information required for you to make the best decision for your organization’s future.

That’s why we developed this all-inclusive guide to Dynamics 365! When you download our guide, you will discover why this flexible cloud-based SaaS platform is a strategic and cost-effective choice for companies looking for structured processes, enhanced productivity, and increased operational visibility. We have included further information on:

  • Dynamics 365 fundamentals and built-in business apps
  • Difference between Dynamics 365 Business Central and Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations
  • Subscription billing and Dynamics 365 pricing
  • Operational changes to expect when moving to Dynamics 365
  • How to select the right Dynamics 365 partner

Download the Complete Guide to Dynamics 365 Today!