Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, Business Edition is a cloud-based accounting system that’s easy to navigate and tightly integrated with Office 365 and other Microsoft cloud applications. It’s a solid offering but may lack features that some small and midsize businesses (SMBs) require.
Formally launched in November 2016 and still something of a work in progress, Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, Business Edition (Dynamics 365) joins other current Microsoft Dynamics enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications, including Dynamics GP and Dynamics NAV, among others.
What Microsoft Dynamics 365 brings to the table is a focus on small and midsize enterprises (SME) and a cloud-only deployment model. Prices start at $40 per month per user, though each “Team Member” (users that only need to observe but not enter or change information) pays only $5 per month. As with most SME ERP and accounting systems, you’ll have to deal with a Microsoft Partner to obtain the app, so you’ll only get a final cost once that entity has added its charges.
While Dynamics 365 was a solid offering, its current lack of CRM, payroll, and project management (PM) capabilities keep it behind our current ERP Editors’ Choice winners Oracle NetSuite OneWorldLearn More at Netsuite and Syspro$199.00 at Syspro, at least for now. Continue reading