Dynamics 365 is a cloud-based ERP + CRM enterprise management application built specially for small and Medium Enterprise. Suited for SMEs, it provides a business continuity in their growth to a large organization.
Dynamics 365 is licensed per user, so once you’ve selected the most appropriate plan for the requirements of your organization, you’ll need to determine how many people will need to use the solution, and to what degree.
Dynamics 365 offers all is needed by a Small and Medium enterprise spread in various modules viz. Sales, Customer Service, Field Service, Operations, Project Service Automation, Marketing, Finance and Operations. It also offers Talent and Retail.
Microsoft started using a common data model so that customizations built for one company can be used at another without any complication. This increases repeatability, lowers costs, and makes Microsoft an attractive option for those evaluating enterprise software. Dynamics 365 which uses this “Common Data Model” allows tighter integrations with other apps, such as Office 365 or any other business app with a standardized API.
Microsoft Office 365, Power BI, the Internet of Things, and Cortana Intelligence are all central to Microsoft’s value proposition of the Microsoft Cloud and Dynamics 365.
Undoubtedly, with the evolution of Dynamics 365 into their business, Small and medium enterprises can run their business in a more flexible manner with least risks and extensibility.
Dynamics 365 offers a number of licensing options, depending on which functionality you need, and which apps you want to use.
We recommend this for SMEs, with Access to minimum of 10 user licenses. Included in this plan are the following apps:
An ERP-focused plan, contains apps required to manage aspects such as finances, manufacturing, distribution, retail, and human resources, with following apps:
A full range Dynamics 365’s ERP and CRM apps. It has following apps: