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Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central launches

Cloud business platform primes SMBs for growth and success

Auckland, New Zealand – 9 July 2018 – Microsoft is today launching Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central in Australia and New Zealand.
An intelligent cloud-based solution designed specifically for SMBs to help them manage finances, operations, sales and customer service – Business Central also serves as an easy upgrade opportunity for businesses which have outgrown their entry level accounting systems and legacy ERP.

The solution, which integrates with other Microsoft cloud services including Office 365, strips away complexity from day to day business functions and can be customised where required using PowerApps, Microsoft Flow and Power BI.

Early adopters will have an advantage according to Francois van Splunder, Business Applications Marketing Lead New Zealand: “New Zealand SMBs are actively looking at expanding their business functionality to cater for the growing demands of their customers. They recognise the value that business software can have in terms of making them more efficient and responsive to customer needs.
Business Central has been designed specifically for these organisations, so they can focus on their core customers and core business.

“This is a cloud-based solution that can grow with the business. It offers end-to-end functionality – and a far more comprehensive suite of capabilities than many of the entry level accounting systems. Business Central is highly intuitive, cost effective, and it integrates neatly with other business solutions such as Office 365 and Power BI to provide end to end business transformation opportunity.”

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central offers:
Business without silos. The solution unifies a business by breaking open silos of information, boosting efficiency with automated tasks and workflows – all of which can be integrated with familiar Office tools like Outlook, Word, and Excel.
Actionable insights. It makes it possible to achieve greater outcomes and gain a complete view of your business with connected data, business analytics, and guidance from Microsoft’s intelligent technologies.
Solutions built to evolve. The cloud solution can be deployed rapidly, customised as required, and grown on demand, adapting in real time to meet changing business needs.

Microsoft partners have a deep understanding of what it takes to succeed in business, and the expertise to help SMBs transition to modern business solutions, integrate their business applications for maximum impact, and tailor solutions for specific business requirements.

According to Francois van Splunder: “New Zealand SMBs are recognising that better use of technology, integration and efficiency will play a significant role in growing their business over the next year or two. That’s precisely what Dynamics 365 Business Central has been designed for – to prime business for success and growth.”

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