iNECTA is extremely excited to announce the latest set of updates for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. October has come and gone, and with it, a revitalized Business Central with a myriad of improvements to an already cutting-edge solution.
There’s a lot in store for customers that currently utilize or intend to utilize Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central for their business, as new or improved functionality will surely elevate performance output across multiple processes. Everything from a revamped user layout to enhanced integration to and from other Microsoft applications, the October 2019 update to Business Central packs a wallop. We at iNECTA felt it might be a good idea to highlight some of the (in our humble opinion) most eye-opening improvements made to the Business Central solution in the month of October.
Here are just a few of the most notable updates to Business Central heading into 2020:
- Users can now select the “Allow Gaps in Numbers” option for non-sequential numbering
- Users can now cancel reminders and finance charge memos
- Refreshed Aged Accounts Payable report with new modern layout
- Users can now batch-post sale and purchases as scheduled
- Administrators can now create multiple production environments
- A more seamless update of data from C/AL tables to AL tables
- Brand new menu and bookmark
- Users now have to ability to add notes and links to data
- An enhanced integration to Microsoft Excel
- Users can not filter reports more efficiently
- Improved full keyboard shortcut support
- Full wide screen display
- Greater personalization actions on your Role Center
- Ability to identify companies by badge
- Longer timeout period for server connection
- Multitask across multiple pages more efficiently
Recently, our Founder and CEO Johannes Gudmundsson released a video highlighting what he felt were the most groundbreaking updates regarding the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central update for October 2019. Please visit the iNECTA University YouTube page to dive deeper into the October 2019 update for BC from an expert lens.