Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central FAQ
Here we have answered many questions you may have about Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. If the answer isn’t here, then do contact us to discuss
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is suitable for many organisations across sector. The key is having it set up to meet the business needs. Examples of industries that have successfully implemented are:
- Manufacturing; Discrete, Job Shop, Continues Process and Batch Process
- Consumer Packaged Goods
- Professional Services
- Non-Profit and Charity
Some of the Tecvia customer projects have been within the following industries:
- Food Manufacturers
- Medical Device Distributors
- Waste Management
- Jewelry Accessory Distribution
If your industry hasn’t been specifically listed, do not worry. Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is very flexible and can be tailored to meet the needs of many different organisations.
Yes, you can sign up for a trial via the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central page, here
This trial will only be for the user signed up, and will be hosted on a temporary domain.
If you are looking for a multi-user trial on your company domain, then contact the Tecvia team. We can set this up for you, and will just need delegate CSP access rights to your current Microsoft 365 domain.
- Financial Management
- Warehouse Management
- Inventory Management
- Assembly Management
- Project/Job Costing
- Everything in Essentials
- Service Management
- This is a read only user and would be ideal for users who just need to view the data and not actually process anything
Tecvia have developed two approaches for the implementation process.
Approach 1 –with this option Tecvia will be with you every step of the way from start to finish. We use a configuration tracker to identify and monitor each stage of the process. This enables us to manage the implementation from importing the data to the set up. Our team will provide training for you to test the solution and then plan for the going live stage. This option is well suited for those businesses that are new to ERP and bespoke solutions.
Approach 2 – here we start with documenting the solution and produce a Functional Requirements Document which essentially is the blueprint for building the system. Once this plan has been approved, we revert to the stages in Approach 1
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central can be hosted in the cloud on the Microsoft platform, or can be installed onto an on-premise server. It is also possible to adopt a hybrid approach.
Licensing for an on-premise installation is different, so if this is of interest, please contact us to discuss by clicking here.
Yes. Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central can be modified through development or through the installation of applications through the Microsoft AppSource store.
Tecvia have partnered with many best-in-class applications to offer key enhancements for businesses including Continia Document Capture, Jet Reports, Tasklet Factory Mobile WMS, etc.
To discuss further, contact the Tecvia team, here