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I'm a little confused and seeking clarity. A few companies said they use "Business Central" but also said they use D365. So are Business Central and D365 the same thing? Is NAV not Business Central?
Dynamics 365 is an umbrella term for many products and applications.
Dynamics 365 Business Central is the new cloud version of Dynamics NAV.
Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement is the new cloud version of Dynamics CRM. It consists of many modules such as Dynamics 365 for Sales and Dynamics 365 for Customer Service.
Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations was the name of the cloud version of Dynamics AX. But now it's split to two: Dynamics 365 for Finance and Dynamics 365 for Supply Chain Management.
I see. Thanks, Nikolaos.
I have looked up D365 Business Central on youtube. It doesn't seem complex. If you have used Business Central before, could you share your thoughts on how easy or hard it is to learn Business Central if someone already proficient with D365 Fin Ops? Thanks so much!
I have never used Business Central. But yes, it's simpler (and has less features) than D365FO.
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