What are the major benefits of using an integrated solution?

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Published on November 9, 2021

Business Central: An Integrated Solution

Do you want to connect Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central to another cloud-based or on-premises business system or trading partner in an easy-to-use way? Or are you looking to reduce staff workloads by eliminating repetitive data entry chores in order to cut operational costs and improve company performance and output?

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central gives you the tools you need to link business systems quickly and effectively, automate workflow approval processes, generate reports, and get key business data notifications through email or SMS. The Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central connector may be utilized for both on-premises and cloud-based installations, allowing you to decrease operational expenses, boost staff productivity, and drive company revenue regardless of where your company data is stored.

Process Improvement Through Integration

Microsoft has launched Business Central which can solve your various problems by integrating and managing multiple departments under one solution.

An integrated solution eliminates silos, allowing for smooth information flow between people and processes. All of your data is accessible from any device, allowing your workers to work from anywhere and provide superior customer service. They can focus on the customer instead of the mechanics of locating the proper data because they have all of the information at their fingertips. 54 percent of firms have difficulties with the process and system integration, and 50 percent believe report development and configuration is too difficult. In response to your concerns, Microsoft has launched Business Central which can solve your various problems by integrating and managing multiple departments under one solution. It offers Financial Management, Sales & Service Management, Project Management, Supply Chain Management, Operations Management, and Reporting & Analytics.

The Simplicity of a Single Interface

A single interface gives that opportunity to streamline the process and allow the organization to focus on improvements universally.

End-user approval is a must for any successful software implementation. And it's all because of a software platform that's easy to grasp and use, with a simple and quick-to-learn interface. People will be less likely to accept the system if it is difficult to navigate. Individual point solutions may be simple to use, but when they are combined to build a larger system, it becomes awkward and confusing for end-users. Their effectiveness is limited by confusion about which solution does what and the requirement to learn several user interfaces. You need a one-stop solution of Business Central to get a comprehensive view of your business. End-users are more universally addressed with integrated solutions like Business Central. People can apply their expertise in user interaction to all procedures within the software once they've mastered one function. The system works in a predictable and consistent manner. A single interface gives that opportunity to streamline the process and allow the organization to focus on improvements rather than maintaining multiple systems when that is unnecessary.

Safeguard your Business

Business Central provides a layered approach towards the security of your data. It offers guaranteed availability and data backups seamlessly.

Dynamics 365 Business Central Advanced security and role-based workflows, as well as guaranteed availability and data backups. Within each database, the Business Central security system allows you to restrict which objects or tables a user has access to. You may control which users have access to these objects and tables, including whether they can read, change, or enter data. Business Central provides a layered approach towards the security of your data. Before users can sign in to the Business Central application, they must be authenticated as valid users in the system. Business Central On-Premises supports several authentication methods, such as Windows and Azure Active Directory. Business Central Online uses strictly Azure Active Directory (Azure AD). Once authenticated, authorization determines which areas a user can access, such as the pages and reports that they can open, and the permissions that they have on associated data.

Lower Total Cost of Ownership

TCO isn't only the cost of implementing the solution; it's also the cost of running and maintaining it over time. Choose lowest TCO and highest benefits with Business Central.

When it comes to selecting an integration solution, price is a major consideration. Businesses must evaluate the total cost of ownership when using integration solutions (TCO). This isn't only the cost of implementing the solution; it's also the cost of running and maintaining it over time. When choosing an integration solution, choose the one with the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO) and the greatest number of benefits, including a higher return on investment (ROI). Quantifying software benefits in terms of money, resources, time savings, quality, agility, and compliance improvements is a difficult task for many firms. When comparing point solutions to integrated solutions, business case practices suggest that establishing benefits for an integrated solution is easier and more clear. Integrated solutions, by their very nature, provide more transparency, control, and dependable data.

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