The year 2020 was a year of unexpected challenges. How did the ERP community deal with the many changes that took place? By continuing to collaborate, share best practices, and do whatever they could to keep moving forward.
What topics were the most popular among our readers?
A lot of interest was given to topics involving remote collaboration, new tools in the Microsoft stack, and the best use of Microsoft Dynamics 365.
Here is a full list of the Top 10 ERP Posts in 2020:
- Custom Backgrounds in Microsoft Teams and How to set up Your ERP Company Images
The year 2020 brought a major increase in remote workers, making virtual collaboration a hot topic among ERP blog readers. Many companies are using Microsoft Teams as their communication platform with their ERP system. This post discusses the background images that can be used with Microsoft Teams, as well as how to set up and use custom images designed specifically for your organization.
- Power BI with Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations
Data from Microsoft Dynamics 365 cannot be directly exposed with other systems or applications since there is no direct connection for the tables. The same goes for Power BI reports. So how can you create a Power BI report within Microsoft Dynamics 365? This blog post contains step-by-step instructions on how to create a Power BI report using the OData feed connection.
- Dynamics 365 Business Central – Cloud or On-Premise. What should you choose?
by MetaOption LLC
When it comes to ERP implementation, one of the first decisions a company needs to make is whether they want their new system to be situated in the cloud or on-premises. This post compares the options by discussing the pros, cons, and key features of Dynamics 365 Business Central in The Cloud versus Dynamics 365 Business Central On-premise.
- Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations Coding Standards
Correct and high-quality coding is vital to successful project delivery. This blog post outlines the requirements and guidelines for code development in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations. Discover what to focus on when writing code as well as best practice guidelines to follow when doing so.
- Which Dynamics 365 Business Central License should I purchase?
by Syvantis Technologies, Inc.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central offers several different licensing options. Deciding which one to choose can be confusing and frustrating. This post is designed to help potential new customers by comparing the three primary Business Central license types and by discussing which licenses are best suited for which industries.
- Financial Consolidations with D365 Finance and Operations
by Solver Global
While Microsoft Dynamics 365 offers countless features and solutions, on its own it may struggle to provide the financial consolidation functionality that many large financial reporting companies need. This post discusses Solver, a modern cloud-based CPM solution, that is proving to be just the addition that Microsoft users need to fully provide for their financial consolidation needs.
- What’s New in Dynamics GP Coming in October 2020!
by Aisling Dynamics Business Solutions, LLC
In October 2020 the newest version of Microsoft Dynamics GP was released. What exciting changes were made? Check out this post to discover several of them.
- Power BI Mobile Apps: What They Are and Why You Should Be Using Them
In today’s global economy, the ability to instantly access and analyze data has never been more important. It’s vital to maintain a competitive advantage. With Power BI Mobile apps, you can stay fully connected to your company by quickly and easily accessing your data anytime, from anywhere. This post discusses the many advantages of Power BI Mobile apps and why you should be using them.
- Drop Shipping Sales Orders in Dynamics 365 Business Central
A streamlined drop shipping process leads to increased profits, decreased man-hours, and happy customers. But how can you ensure your dropshipping goes as smoothly as possible? Check out this post to learn how with just a few clicks, you can create a sales order in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, generate the corresponding purchase order, drop-ship the item(s) to your customer, and post the sales order and purchase invoice.
- What’s new with the Business Central Migration Tool?
by Syvantis Technologies, Inc.
The Business Central Migration Tool is designed to make the switch from Microsoft Dynamics GP or Microsoft Dynamics NAV to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central a smooth transition. This post looks into how the Migration Tool works, the benefits, guarantees, and upcoming features.
Congratulations to all of our top authors in 2020. A special shout out goes to JourneyTEAM, Synoptek, and Syvantis Technologies, Inc., who each had two posts featured in the 2020 Top 10 blog post list.
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