Top Ten ERP Software Blog Posts for 2019
What topics were the most popular with ERP Software Blog readers in 2019? Take a look:
- Making the Big ERP Decision – Choosing the best from Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations Scores Over SAP S/4 HANA and Oracle ERP Cloud? by Synoptek
As you look to digitize your business and embark on the path to innovation and true digital transformation by leveraging an ERP, the 3 obvious choices are Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, SAP S/4 HANA, and Oracle ERP Cloud. But with all offering a variety of innovative features and each investing heavily in modern technologies such as cloud, machine learning, and analytics, comparing them can be complex. What do these ERPs offer? Which solution wins out over the other two? And which solution is best suited for your business? Read this article to find out.
- Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central On-Premise Licensing Guide by iCepts Technology Group, Inc.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is an all-in-one business management solution that's easy to use and adapt, helping you connect your business and make smarter decisions. Built on functionality within Microsoft Dynamics NAV, Dynamics 365 Business Central is the next generation of Dynamics NAV available either as an On-Premise or Cloud Business Management Solution. The information written in this article here and in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central On-Premise Licensing Guide will give you a better idea of this modern business management solution.
- Create and Manage Nonstock Items in Microsoft Dynamics NAV by MetaOption LLC
A Nonstock Item contains information about items that your company sells but does not carry in inventory. Nonstock Items don’t have much information unlike normal item cards because you simply utilize these items to offer on quotes and in other ways. If you want to post sales transactions using these items, you first need to convert them into normal item cards. Here, we’ll guide you through how to create and manage a Nonstock Item and how to convert them into normal cards.
- Leverage the Power of Dynamics 365 Business Central and D365 for Sales Integration by Velosio
Both D365 Business Central and D365 for Sales deliver the value that every business searches for. And with the built-in connector, Microsoft has made it easy for businesses to leverage the power of both systems. The integration allows you to work with and synchronize data types that are common to both services and keep the data up-to-date in both locations. This post breaks down how the integration works and covers what can be synchronized.
- Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Pricing by iCepts Technology Group, Inc.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central helps you connect your business and is easy to use and adapt to fit your needs. There are several different versions available, each offering unique features to choose from depending on what your personal business needs are. Here the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Pricing and User Licensing Options are summarized for the Cloud Version of the system.
- How to use the ‘Item Types’ in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central? by MetaOption LLC
A useful feature in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is the ‘Item Types’ where you can set an Item depending on how your company is using it. The Item Types feature has been further enhanced in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central compared to the previous versions. Until now, ‘Item Types’ were only categorized as either “Inventory” or “Service”. But now a third Item Type called “Non-Inventory” has been introduced in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. In this blog, we explain what each of these three ‘Item Type' options are.
- How to Consolidate Companies in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central by JourneyTEAM
Consolidating multiple companies in Dynamics 365 is easier than you think. Microsoft Dynamics 365 is a powerful solution for enterprises with multiple business units. By giving you the ability to consolidate multiple businesses into a single general ledger report, 365 Business Central allows you to launch your business quickly, manage multiple companies, and grow at a pace that works for you. In this post, we’ll walk you through the 4 simple steps needed to perform a general ledger consolidation across multiple businesses.
- What Is the Best Way to Process Customer Payments in Dynamics 365 Business Central? by Velosio
There are several ways that you can process customer payments in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. Two of the options allow you to post a payment without applying it to an invoice or memo and process the application later. The third option requires you to select the invoice or memo. This blog reviews each Dynamics 365 payment processing method so that you can decide which works best for you and your company.
- Microsoft Flow – All You Need to Know by Synoptek
Spending each day carrying out tasks, attending meetings, traveling, and making important business decisions can be taxing. If you add to this the hundreds of weekly emails you receive, a lot of your precious time is taken up. This article tells you all you need to know about how with Microsoft Flow, you can automate many of these daily tasks and set up workflows between various services. This allows you to allocate time to tasks that really matter and work more efficiently.
- Dynamics 365 Business Central: How to Get a Premium Trial by Velosio
If you have ever started a Dynamics 365 Business Central trial, you might think there are some premium features missing, such as Manufacturing and Service Management. Until recently, it was instructed to go through a CSP Provider to get access to the premium Dynamics 365 Business Central trial. But in this post, we show you how now with just a quick search and a couple clicks you can easily get a premium trial.
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