Mystified by US-based accounting practices? Put Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central to work

July 14 2020

Signing a checkWhether you are a US-based company, a non-US-based company, or have multiple companies of each type, you probably just answered this article's title with an emphatic "Yes!" Especially in the areas of banking and taxation, there are many US-based business processes that are a bit of a mystery. Many of these processes are often based on historical practices, driven by a complex network of state and federal level regulations.

Our team has been working to decode these different practices and provide information on how they can be easily managed with Dynamics NAV and Dynamics 365 Business Central. You can find links to each of our detailed explanations throughout this article.

About Kerry (Rosvold) Peters

Kerry (Rosvold) Peters is a Microsoft MVP for Business Solutions, Microsoft Dynamics NAV and D365 Business Central evangelist, and subject matter expert in the areas of Finance and Application Setup. Her passion for NAV comes from her 12 years of experience as a Controller at two different companies as well as her participation as an active member of NAVUG for over 10 years. She is a frequent speaker at industry conferences, instructor with the NAVUG Academy, serves on a number of boards and committees, and has been the recipient of numerous awards, including the NAVUG All Star award. You can reach Kerry on Twitter at and on LinkedIn at

If you’d like some help with de-mystifying business processes and correct system setup related to US-based accounting practices, please contact us to discuss how New View Strategies can help. We have specialists with deep accounting expertise in using Dynamics NAV and Dynamics 365 Business Central who can move quickly through the requirements for your company and establish clear and accurate processes to manage complex business needs.

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