What are the primary differences between Dynamics NAV vs Business Central?
The features and functionalities are about the same for Dynamics 365 Business Central and NAV but the big difference is in the platform. NAV is built for on-premises deployment whereas Business Central is for cloud.
Is Dynamics Business Central and NAV GDPR compliant? What other compliance frameworks does it follow?
Dynamics Business Central and NAV complies to stringent international accounting and data privacy policies.
How does one determine which is best for my business - on - premise or cloud?
Organizations with too many bespoke applications built into their ERP due to the uniqueness of their operations tend to lean towards on-premises application. Those that prefer versatility, flexibility, security and scalability tend to choose cloud-based version. Both types of deployment are available in Dynamics Business Central. You may refer to this high-level comparison here.
Why do I need to upgrade my Dynamics NAV ERP?
Upgrades are necessary so you can take advantage of the latest product and security enhancements released by Microsoft for Dynamics every few years.
What is CustomerSource and how do I access it?
Microsoft CustomerSource is your online portal for 24x7 self-support, self-training, software updates, hot fixes, news, knowledge base, and company-specific licensing information.
To visit CustomerSource, click here and log in using your Dynamics account.
Can I integrate Dynamics Business Central with other third-party software?
Yes, you can. You can either utilize apps found in the Microsoft AppSource or use off the shelf third party applications sold through Microsoft Partners. Systema works well with industry-leading solutions that connects to Business Central for the manufacturing and distribution industry, payroll, e-commerce, reporting and analytics, document management and production scheduling. Visit our Dynamics Add-On page for more information.
I'm still using legacy Dynamics NAV. What are the risks of using it?
Dynamics NAV 2016 will already reach its End of Support this April 2021. What this means for you is that, there will be no more patches or fixes available from Microsoft which leaves your organization at risk of possible data breach or malware attack. To ensure the security of your data, it is highly recommended that you have the latest version in place. Read the risks of using legacy software in this blog for more information.
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