Looking to change your Business Central Partner?

Breaking up is never easy. However, times come when the relationship between a client and a supplier breaks down. The reasons for this are many and varied. When a relationship has reached this point, there is often very little that can address the situation. The following are typical examples of why companies have moved across […]

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Configuration Packages for Importing Documents – Some Tips

Today I want to talk about how you can save time migrating documents with RapidStart Services in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central (BC). Business Central is not the first version of ‘NAV’ to have RapidStart Services. As an aged toolkit, it has a broad range of capabilities which may be challenging to apply for a […]

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Making Tax Digital 2020 (MTD) update for Dynamics Business Central (Navision / Dynamics NAV)

The “soft landing period” has been extended The Making Tax Digital 2020 (MTD) for VAT “soft landing period” has been extended from April 2020 to April 2021. This means that the first VAT return that requires a proper ‘digital link’ will be your first return after April 2021.However, as discussed in this post, there are […]

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Going with “Out of the Box” Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central

When talking to prospects, especially those wanting the Cloud Version of Business Central, I find that most want an “out of the box” implementation and are averse to having discussions on modifications. This feels like a new cycle in prospect discussions, and one that I am not sure is easy to respond too directly. We […]

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How does Dynamics 365 Business Central help your business?

How does Dynamics 365 Business Central help your business?

I’ve been attending more Networking events recently and have been struggling to describe what Dynamics 365 Business Central does to help a business. Not because it does not do much but for quite the opposite reason; it delivers so many things for so many different businesses, how do you condense that into a 15 to […]

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What has changed with Dynamics 365 Business Central

Having gone through the many changes in the life of Dynamics 365 Business Central, I have been reflecting on this latest change to a ‘proper’ cloud solution. Functionally, it has been a side step; no separate cloud version, no new code base, no separate client to configure. So, I question why I feel that this […]

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A Day in the Life – What it’s Like as the CBIZ Head of Sales and Marketing

Sometimes I get asked questions about what my day is like as Head of Sales and Marketing, so I thought best way to really answer those questions is to write a blog about it and explain how my typical day works. This Thursday morning, I stayed over in Grays in Essex and I have an […]

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A Solution for Making Tax Digital (MTD) Compliance

What is Making Tax Digital (MTD)? A new piece of legislation, to be introduced on 1 April this year, MTD is HMRC’s solution for UK business owners (or international companies with UK offices) to easily submit correct calculations and keep on top of their taxes. HRMC’s long-term aim for MTD is for it to help […]

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How to use Reminders in NAV

One underused area of NAV (formerly Navision) is the ‘Reminders’ option, which allows you to manually set your own up or create an automated process, and choose from a range of methods to send reminders. This allows for more efficient credit control. NAV gives you the flexibility to choose which customer you want to send […]

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Using the Available to Promise and by Item Category Functions in Dynamics NAV

What is Available to Promise? ‘Available to promise’ is a way of replying to customer order queries, based on what stock is available and when items can be delivered. The available to promise system fulfils orders and helps plan production. It’s often built in to business management software, and is available within Dynamics NAV (formerly […]

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