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Both are from Microsoft. Both are full-fledged ERP solutions. Both are in the cloud.
For many, the lines between Dynamics 365 Finance and Dynamics 365 Business Central seem blurred. While they both perform many similar functions, there are distinct differences.
Both offer financial “dimensions” – allowing for critical, sophisticated control over accounts and inventory – but they’re implemented quite differently in each solution.
You can begin to discern the difference between the two by applying the rule of “multi’s”. Is your company a multi-warehouse, multi-business, multi-location, multi-line of business, multi-currency, multi-language, multi-country, or multi-tax organization? The more of those that apply to you, the more likely you’ll need Dynamics 365 Finance. And don’t just think about today – where will you be in the future? You may need to move up to that advanced functionality sooner than you think.
Then again, for some organizations, Finance could be overkill. Finance requires a minimum of 20 users, while Business Central lets you start with just one. That, along with its significantly lower implementation and ownership costs, makes Business Central an attractive option for the mid-market.
But what matters most for you is the answer to this question: Which solution will do what you need it to do, at a price you can afford?
A trustworthy answer to that question requires a detailed analysis. To cut through the sea of marketing hype, we’ve prepared a comprehensive checklist that will help you see the functionality available in Dynamics 365 Finance and Dynamics 365 Business Central at a glance, covering these 285 features:
Of course, Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Dynamics 365 Business Central are both actively developed, so the feature list is always growing and changing. But this list is a good starting point for a conversation with your implementation partner, leading to a solid decision for future business growth.Did you see functionality in the above list that is critical for your organization?Click here to get the Dynamics 365 comparison chart of 285 features by product. Then let’s start a conversation to review the details and determine which product will help you reach your goals
By Peter Joeckel, Pelorus Technology, www.pelorustechnology.com
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