OFFICIAL: Microsoft Launch Dynamics 365 Business Central

OFFICIAL: Microsoft Launch Dynamics 365 Business Central

On 1 August 2018, we saw the launch of the much-anticipated Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central in South Africa. For the first time SA businesses will have access to an application which sees the “full power of Dynamics NAV” become part of the cloud as an end-to-end Business Management System (BMS).

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is a cloud-based, all-in-one business management solution which enables customers to upgrade from their entry-level accounting software or legacy ERP system to one single, comprehensive solution to manage finances, operations, sales and customer service. Helping organisations streamline their processes, improve customer relations and enable growth through:

  • Connecting all segments of your business—boost the efficiency of your business through automated tasks and workflows, all within the familiar Microsoft interface of applications such as Word, Outlook and Excel.
  • Demask your business—achieve more and gain a complete view of your business with connected data, business analytics and guidance delivered by Microsoft’s leading intelligent technologies.
  • Tailored to Evolve—get started quickly, grow and adapt in real time with a flexible platform that makes it easy to extend beyond Business Central based on your evolving business needs.

Unified Technology Platform

In a time of fast-paced technological advancement, Microsoft have once again proved themselves as industry leaders by unifying all of their already unmatchable business applications to create an easily adaptable, yet full featured and deep platform which will fundamentally change the way businesses operate.

Proven Solution

Perhaps one of the most exciting things about this new business application is that, although it’s considered to be a new solution, it is a new suite of business productivity applications built on tried and tested technologies, so businesses are aware of the fine track record surrounding Microsoft Technologies.

Customer Choice

Microsoft have offered customers the choice to use the Microsoft full managed SaaS solution, deploy to Private cloud or on-premise – the choice is yours.

allonline365 is Ready

Immediately at launch, customers can leverage the benefit from a partner such as allonline365 to support the D365 BC solution with decades of experience gained working on the business application platform.

Ready to get started – please contact allonline365 at contact@allonline365, call us +27 87 1078 922 or visit our website



A typical company in the food industry starts small, sometimes even as a one-man-business, where one enterprising individual can maintain an overview over all the processes that take place within his or her company. In the transition from a one-man-band to a small company, the need for support will quickly become apparent in the form of accounting software, for example. Software of this nature has significant limitations for a company that truly wishes to streamline and optimise complex processes such as procurement, production, sales and financial reporting.
Processes of this nature are closely linked to one another, implying that software that only targets one of these corporate processes is far from ideal. Optimal inventory control demands that both the procurement and sales functions are closely aligned to one another. This streamlining of functions requires that information about procurement, sales and other business processes can be collected, shared and retrieved throughout the company. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) makes this possible.


Put simply, ERP means integration of an organisation’s most important business processes into one management system. To be specific, this means that a sales employee has access to the same information and the same information system as somebody from Procurement. This is the best way to prevent different corporate departments from operating in isolation from one another. This prevents island automation resulting in the various corporate functions or departments being unable or barely able to connect to one another. Due to the fact that all employees have access to information about other departments and business functions, they can use this information in their day-to-day work. ERP software supports employees in this quest by providing modules aligned to the specific requirements of a company and its employees.


A company can enjoy a wide range of benefits if a single system can collect, share and retrieve information. Not only can business processes be better aligned in this manner, but ERP simplifies the task for employees of entering data and fulfilling other administrative tasks. This results in the data used throughout the company always being up to date, so decisions taken by the company are not made on the basis of outdated information. Thanks to ERP software, internal and external requests for data are easier to answer. In conclusion, customer satisfaction can be improved because the sales department – thanks to its unlimited access to recent data – is able to keep customers abreast of accurate information and forward relevant information to specific customers.

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