BREP, Enhancement Plan, an annual cashflow nightmare? Microsoft announces a monthly solution to help businesses with Dynamics NAV and Business Central
Dynamics Consultants are business software specialists and are lucky to be using the tools of our industry. This means that we have transitioned seamlessly to working from home and are operating as normal. Our articles “The New Business Normal” highlights the help, advice and services we are providing to businesses on how to survive and strive in this new world.
One at a time please – Microsoft Bookings
Business are starting to open as the lock down rules are loosened, but how do companies manage visiting customers? Microsoft Bookings may be a key part of your business strategy for controlling comings and goings within your business.
7 Reasons to start using Budgets in Business Central instead of in Excel
Businesses often make do with cumbersome spreadsheets for creating budgets. With Business Central’s in-built budgeting tools, you will get much more functionality with a lot less effort – and it’s not even difficult to set up!
Remote working & Dynamics clients
With social distancing, working from home and remote working becoming the norm, we look at the 3 different User Experiences of Dynamics Business Central. These are the Web Client, the Mobile Client and the Tablet Client. We will look at what makes each one useful and who in your organisation they would be best suited for.
Cash Flow and Cash Flow Forecasting strategies for Covid 19
In the world since coronavirus became a pandemic, it has become more important than ever to make sure that your business has a healthy cash flow. We also discuss how Microsoft Dynamics can be used to help forecast cashflow.
What will the world look like post-Coronavirus?
We take a look at the world following the Coronavirus outbreak, how business will change and things that companies need to be doing to going from surviving to thriving in this new business normal
Get stuff done during the Coronavirus
Many businesses are not able to run their normal operations and it means that productivity is running low. However, as long as your business financials are in order, the next few months could be very useful to you on a more long-term basis.