Microsoft launches its cloud-based business management solutions software, Dynamics 365 Business Central, in Africa and the Middle East. Business Central is a comprehensive business solution that’ll support businesses to adapt faster to changing market conditions and customer expectations.
“Dynamics 365 Business Central helps small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) connect their financials, sales, service, and operations to streamline business processes and improve customer interactions,” explains Maher Al-Khaiyat, Regional Business Applications Director for Microsoft MEA Emerging Markets.
He further adds, “Multiple, disconnected systems are now easily combined under one secure, centralized application. Using Dynamics 365 Business Central, efficiency is boosted through automated tasks and workflows — all from within familiar Office tools like Outlook, Word, and Excel.”
Business Central will launch in Kenya, Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria, and Lebanon over this month.
This solution will support businesses that have outgrown their current finance, accounting, and operating systems with a complete platform for growth. Being an early adopter of Dynamics 365 Business Central will better position your organization for market domination in your industry.
How Do You Get Started with Dynamics 365 Business Central?
Microsoft has partnered with leading technology solutions firms across Africa that will assist businesses in implementing this technology. Multiskills Nigeria Limited is one of the pioneering partners of Dynamics 365 Business Central in Nigeria.
Having deployed other Microsoft business solutions for over 100 businesses across Nigeria, Multiskills Nigeria Limited has a team of Microsoft technical experts and professionals that guide you through the migration, implementation, consulting, and adoption of Business Central for your organization.
To know more about how Dynamics 365 Business Central can help your organization, you’re welcome to Contact Us.