There are many ways to approach a Microsoft Dynamics 365 ERP implementation. Experience has taught us that some approaches work much better than others. That’s why we designed our exclusive Business Impact Assessment (BIA) approach to implementing Dynamics 365 Business Central—so our customers receive an on-time, on-budget implementation with minimal risk and no surprises.
While Microsoft offers a comprehensive guide on planning, installing, configuring, customizing, and maintaining Dynamics 365 Business Central, we know a one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t typically work for every organization. Our workshop with crucial staff offers guidance in determining business requirements, business processes, project scope, resource commitments, responsibilities, budget, and timeline, so you have a smoother ERP implementation.
Our approach is:
We’ve found our custom-designed BIA solution to be a great starting point to ensure your Dynamics 365 Business Central implementation is successfully designed from the start. It takes the guesswork out of critical business decisions and helps you make the right choices as to which technology will best serve your business interests now and in the future.
When it’s time to perform your Business Central ERP implementation, you need a setup and financials configuration strategy that gets you up and running quickly and with confidence. It includes analyzing business requirements, validating business processes, training users in practices and procedures, and migrating to the new system.
Our Dynamics 365 Business Central QuickStart Agenda is:
Our expert guidance is designed to overcome the reasons most ERP implementations fail, including:
If you want to ensure a successful ERP implementation, our BIA and Business Central QuickStart Agenda are a great choice. To keep things on track towards a great launch means understanding it’s not just about the software; it’s about people, too. There are several ways the “people factor” influences the outcome of your implementation.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is designed specifically for the cloud era and brings an incredible range of benefits with it. Compared to more traditional ERPs like Dynamics NAV or Dynamics GP, it provides greater interdepartmental connectivity, improved insights and analytics, and better customer service. The right ERP implementation method is the key to unlocking the potential of Dynamics 365 Business Central. When choosing a Dynamics 365 partner to work with on your ERP implementation, be sure to consider their approach to getting the project up and running as quickly and smoothly as possible. It will tell you a lot about what you can expect from them as a partner in other areas, too.