NetSuite offers a unique modular approach to subscription licensing for customers by providing product configurations designed to fit your business needs. It is generally accepted through any basic internet search that a standard user access is per user, per a month, plus a base licensing for emerging (small) businesses as well as base options for midmarket and enterprise companies. Additional monthly fees are added for advanced modules like manufacturing and eCommerce, plus add-ons for expansions such as warehouse management.
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Microsoft is releasing upcoming changes to Azure Service Bus that will affect Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Azure connector, email workflow approvals, companion/mobile applications, and vendor portals.
It will also affect any other application or service that uses Access Control Service (ACS).
Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations is a robust ERP solution built entirely in the cloud. It enables businesses to better manage their financials and operations through intelligent applications that are easy to tailor, extend, and integrate. With an intuitive UI, embedded intelligence, and automated processes, Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations is the ideal solution for fast-growing businesses.
This spring, Microsoft released Dynamics NAV 2018 which takes a big step towards deeper integration with other Microsoft cloud products including Dynamics 365, Office 365, Power BI and several third-party applications which are now seamlessly interfaced, allowing your business to function in the same homogeneous environment. NAV 2018 is fully extensible, enabling clients to customize their current Dynamics NAV solution to fulfill all their business needs.
In 2017, Microsoft released an update for Dynamics 365 for Sales (previously Dynamics CRM) that brought to life one of the most awaited features: Multi Select Option Sets (MSOS). Hearing about this update still fills me with excitement – at the time, it sounded almost too good to be true. Let me explain: previously, the out-of-box Option Set field type in Dynamics CRM only allowed users to select one option from a pick list. This was restricting, and many times clients had requested that the Option Set field have multi select capabilities. To configure multi select functionality, we would have to create a custom entity just for this field, add all of the options as records, and then utilize lookup fields and sub-grids to display multiple options. Otherwise, we would have to create multiple fields to allow users to pick more than one option. Setting these up took more time than it should and sometimes didn’t always meet our clients’ desires.
Every year, NetSuite reveals new versions of its business management suite. As a cloud-based solution, upgrading to the new version is easily and quickly managed, with no lengthy data migrations or software installations needed.