Since debuting last year, Dynamics 365 Business Central has continued NAV’s legacy of quality ERP solutions. No matter how it’s deployed, this can provide numerous benefits to your firm, regardless of industry. With its new April 2019 release, Microsoft has added several changes to their existing system. All of which can directly improve your user experience.
You can now save your List Filters, and similar personalizations, to have different ways of deconstructing data. This allows for easier access on any device to more information and better ways to filter specific items.
Instead of repetitive manual entry, you now have a modified format that goes directly to your most relevant fields. Speeding up the time it takes to input items, while avoiding time-wasting reentry.
Improved Scrolling and Load Times
When going through large lists of data it’s easy to end up with “Loading” messages at the bottom. Keeping pace with your expanding databases, this seamlessly scrolls with your information, avoiding the lag you might have once experienced.
Improved Contextual Search Experience
Every term is different in your business and industry. When originally released, Business Central had over 200 terms for easy searches. With this release’s updates, you now have custom search terms that can help you find the exact items you’re looking for.
To be closer to your needs, you can make changes to actions on relevant items. Critical ones are personalized and can be manipulated to allow easier use. Irrelevant actions, and other repetitions can be removed, giving your complete control over your personal tasks.
When reviewing pages for possible mistakes or errors, you can immediately inspect them. This probes all the relevant areas to locate the source, without affecting the page. Giving you a complete overview of how to make the page better function.
Better Integrations with Dynamics 365 for Sales.
Many Business Central users have been connecting their solution to Dynamics 365 for Sales to enhance their experiences. This has also provided more connectivity in their organization. The April release adds several new integrations to create a more unified environment between both.
Intelligent Cloud Insights
With the expansion of the Business Central Cloud, users with On-Premise solutions can link their data directly to the Cloud. Those using 2018 versions of GP, NAV or SL, can now connect immediately, while performing the same actions in both options.
As Business Central continues to build upon existing releases, each update will provide stronger user functionality. Find out why what’s new might be right for your changing organization by contacting us at: