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Anne Smith

< ![CDATA[Hi Ali, Dynamics 365 Business Central is an all-in-one business management solution that enables businesses to connect and manage their financials, sales, services and operations through inbuilt intelligent business applications. Business Central is best suited for SMBs that have outgrown their accounting system and need an easy to use and adaptable ERP Software solution in which they can explore more opportunities to grow their business. Following are the steps that are a part of the Business Central Implementation Process: 1. Analysis of Business Requirements:
Examine the business processes, map them to the software functionalities, design and customize the solution to fit the business needs of the client.
2. Configure the environment:
The next step in the implementation process is configuring the environment. The objective of this step is to set up the platform to upload the data, create the various list of vendors, customers, and other items related to your business operations.
3. Impart Training to the users:
It is crucial to impart the right training to the users who would administer and control the application to get them well-versed with the interface and the understanding of the application relevant to their specific role function.
4. Data Migration:
The next step is to migrate data through configuration packages.
The implementation partner along with the customer first reviews the list of items such as customers, vendors, other business related items that needs to be migrated to Business Central application.
5. Building Power BI Dashboard:
The partner would deliver training and guidance to build Power BI Dashboard to integrate data from Business Central application and other data sources to analysis KPIs for your business and study the gaps to convert them into an opportunity for the business.
6. Go-Live activities:
Once UAT (User Acceptance Test) is given and everything else is evaluated to set the application live, both the project team and the partner dedicate themselves to undertake go-live activities.
7. Post Go-Live, Support Activity:
Equal weight age should be given to support activities once the application becomes live. It is important to adapt your system to the changing requirements of the business for the next upcoming years.]]>

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