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",sans-serif">At ArcherPoint, we have always been big fans of Microsoft Dynamics NAV, but we are really excited about Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central...so excited, in fact, that we recommend our NAV clients start planning for a move to Business Central as soon as possible. But upgrading is not something most companies look forward to - and moving from NAV to Business Central can seem even more overwhelming. There certainly are a lot of questions out there.
",sans-serif">In this blog series, we answer the 10 most frequently asked questions about moving from NAV to Business Central. The goal is to inform you so you can make an intelligent decision about when, why, and how you should upgrade.
",sans-serif">Be sure to read the other blogs in this series:
",sans-serif">So, here’s a good question that we would ask if we were end users. Since we’re going to have to go through an upgrade to move to Business Central, anyway, why shouldn’t we take a look at what other ERP solutions have to offer? After all, this would be the perfect time to consider what else is out there, right?
",sans-serif">That’s a smart question. It’s always wise to consider your options, especially if you’re facing a major upgrade by moving from NAV to BC, you might be considering another ERP system altogether. We think BC is definitely the way to go. BC already has one of the largest installed user bases of any ERP system in the world, with more than 150,000 organizations and 2.5+ million users. Plus, if you’re already a fan of NAV or use other Microsoft products like Office, it makes sense to go with BC. However, we also understand that it’s reasonable to consider your options. That said, we’d like to offer you some advice regarding how you shop for an ERP…any ERP.
",sans-serif">ERP has changed dramatically. Most ERP systems are comparable when it comes to features and functionality, so using the traditional RFP/checkbox approach is not the way to go. The questions you ask need to change. With the advent of the cloud, ERP is not so much an application anymore. It has the potential to be a business platform that not only supports your business processes across the organization, but it also adapts and grows as you do and gives you access to data so you can use it to make strategic decisions.
",sans-serif">Here are some questions you should ask when considering an ERP purchase:
",sans-serif">If you go with Business Central—and we certainly hope you do—be to sure to find a partner with a plan that can ease the financial burden of staying up to speed. With the ArcherPoint Stay Current Plan, you never worry about upgrades again, regardless of how much your business changes or grows. The future might still be up in the air, but the Plan removes the risk. Find out more about the ArcherPoint Stay Current Plan, or contact us at: 1-866-711-4323.
",sans-serif">To learn more answers to your upgrade questions, download this free eBook: Upgrading from Microsoft Dynamics NAV to Business Central: Everything You Always Wanted to Know…but Didn’t Know to Ask.
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