Microsoft Dynamics 365 is an integrated cloud-based business enterprise solution designed for finance and operations.

The Pros: What Microsoft Dynamics 365 does well

  • Browser-enabled for all screens
  • Desktop application
  • Mobile application
  • Able to be deployed in the cloud with Microsoft Azure
  • Scalable and can accommodate multiple sites
  • Integrates well with other Microsoft solutions, including ability to create quotes and invoices in Microsoft Outlook
  • Intuitive user interface
  • Supports multiple languages and currencies
  • Can be relatively inexpensive depending on how many users require access to full functionalities
  • Highly customisable and easy to use landing page
  • Views change depending on role allocation
  • Chart of Accounts is quite flexible
  • Charts are easy to customise and change
  • Includes Fixed Asset module at no additional cost

The Cons: The Cons: Where Microsoft Dynamics 365 could do better

  • Microsoft partners can add additional costs
  • Lacks robust CRM, payroll, inventory and project management modules
  • No process flowchart navigation available

Microsoft Dynamics 365 is suited to:

  • Medium-sized businesses in a range of industries including construction, distribution, engineering, financial and professional services, FMCG, food and beverage, public sector, manufacturing, distribution, mining and resources, retail, transportation and wholesale.

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