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Business Central News, Ecommerce, & Inventory Apps | A Shot of Business Central & A Beer | Ep. 43


On this month's episode of A Shot of Business Central and a Beer, Ken and Michael have the latest Business Central news, then chat with Ryan Meade from DynamicWeb about eCommerce and PIM, and finally, Ken and Michael wrap things up by taking a look at a couple of highly rated free Inventory Apps from AppSource. As always, though, before we dive into all things Business Central, we start the podcast off with ice-cold beer.






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A Shot of Business Central and A Beer Podcast Show Notes


What we're drinking


Beer

  • Original Gravity: 1.054

  • Color: 22 SRM

  • Alcohol: 5.3%

  • Bitterness 18 IBUs


  • Score of 83

  • Ranked number 75 in Altbier


Beer Ratings

  • Ken: 69

  • Michael: 79


Shot of Business Central (Latest News)


The 2022 Release Wave 2 Version 21 has begun rolling out and should be finished by the end of the Month.


Microsoft Ignite News

Come November users with a Team license will have access to Business Central information from within the Teams App even without having a Business Central license.


You'll be able to create a new Tab in Microsoft Teams and embed a Business Central page for easy reading and editing.



Office will be rebranded into Microsoft 365 and include some added features and functionality.



Featured App



Outro


Well, you’ve reached the end of another episode of A Shot of Business Central and A Beer podcast. Connect with us at www.solsyst.com and on all major social media channels. Also, don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast so you always know when the latest episode is available.


See you next month!

1 Comment


Guest
Jul 29, 2023

Having just finished, I was particularly impressed by the insights shared on eCommerce inventory apps. They offer an enormous potential to streamline operations, save costs, and facilitate better business decision-making. It was eye-opening to see the way Business Central News discussed the implementation and benefits, providing an in-depth understanding that is rarely seen elsewhere. It's interesting to consider how these inventory apps, combined with services like CBS Edge's managed IT services, could create a formidable operational infrastructure.

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