Updated: Jul 9, 2019
Are you part of the 1% this tax season? The 1% of Business Central users who also use Dynamics 365 for Sales, Office 365, and Power BI that is? If so, consider yourself rich! Rich with informative data and connected people and processes.
What are the different modules available in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central?
Dynamics 365 Business Central capabilities span financial management, reporting, fixed assets, supply chain and inventory management, contact/opportunity management, and service management—and includes multi-currency, multi-language, multi-company, and data migration capabilities.
Connected Business Central Systems
With powerful tools such as Office 365, Dynamics 365 for Sales, and Power BI available to be integrated with Business Central, I'm shocked by what little amount of Business Central users actually take advantage of this. Almost every study that analyzed technology and it's effect on productivity has determined that over the long-run productivity increases from technology. Still, most businesses that are using Business Central don't choose to be rich and take advantage of this opportunity.
If you fall into this category it's time to take the steps to enter into a new Microsoft Business Tax Bracket which are below. Which do you fall into?
New Microsoft Business Tax Brackets
1% (extraordinarily productive) - Business Central customers integrated with Dynamics 365 for Sales, Office 365, and Power BI.
2% - 30% (extremely productive) - Business Central customers integrated with Office 365 and Power BI.
31% - 100% (very productive) - Business Central users integrated with Office 365.
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