Dynamics 365 Business Central Capabilities

Dynamics 365 Business Central Capabilities can be classified into three licensing types: Essentials Users, Premium Users and Team Members.

Essentials

Financial Management

  • GL, AP, AR
  • Allocations
  • Budgets
  • Fixed Assets
  • Month/Year end closing
  • Multiple Currencies

Supply Chain Management

  • Inventory and purchasing control
  • Shipment and distribution
  • Returns and cancellations
  • Procurement and vendor management

Warehouse Management

  • Order Promising
  • Warehouse Receipt/Shipment
  • Warehouse Management Systems
  • Automated Data Capture

Project management

  • Capacity Management
  • Multiple Costs
  • Sales Invoicing, Sales Order Management
  • Estimates
  • Jobs, Time Sheet

Human Resource Management

Built-in CRM Functionality

  • Contact Management
  • Task Management
  • Outlook Client Integration
  • Dynamics 365 for Sales and Customer Service (optional)

Premium

Everything in Essentials

Manufacturing

  • Production orders
  • Production Bill of Materials
  • Supply planning
  • Demand forecasting
  • Capacity planning
  • Agile Manufacturing

Service Management

  • Service Order Management
  • Service Price Management
  • Service Contract Management
  • Planning and Dispatching

Team Members

  • Read anything within Dynamics 365 Business Central.
  • Update existing data and entries in Dynamics 365 Business Central – existing data are records like customer, vendor or item records which are already created. Entries means entries on which it is specifically allowed from an accounting perspective to update specific information. (e.g. due date on customer ledger entries).
  • Approve or reject tasks in all workflows assigned to a user.
  • Create, edit, delete personal information.
  • Enter a time sheet for Jobs

Note:  The above summary is subject to change base on latest Microsoft licensing.