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Microsoft to launch Dynamics 365 Business Central on April 2 in 14 countries

by MSDW Reporter
Editorial Team,

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central operational capabilities

Microsoft officially revealed Dynamics 365 Business Central today as a solution that will bring Dynamics NAV to Azure as a modular, extensible public cloud solution.

The announcement was made by Microsoft general manager Alysa Taylor in a blog post. Microsoft has already spent time briefing partners on the launch of the product

Dynamics 365 Business Central will be generally available beginning on April 2 in fourteen countries through the Cloud Solution Provider program. Those countries are: United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Netherlands, Germany, Spain, Italy, France, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Sweden, and Finland.

Taylor writes:

"Business Central offers businesses a single, end to end solution for managing finances, operations, sales and customer service, and an opportunity to easily upgrade from entry-level accounting software and legacy ERP systems."

Financial management in Dynamics 365 Business Central

According to the Business Central site, the solution will be offered at two price points, Essentials from $70 per user/month and Premium from $100. Premium users get service management and manufacturing modules in addition to the rest of the Essential capabilities.

According Taylor, NAV is now used by 160,000 customers. Business Central will continue Microsoft's focus on "new modern, modular applications, expanded analytics & ...

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