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Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Fall Release- What Should You Expect?

Growing businesses- especially the small and medium scale enterprises, need something substantial that could help them aptly organize all their everyday business activities. In October 2018, Microsoft is all set to release the fall update of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central which comes with big changes for Dynamics NAV users.

Dynamics 365 Business Central Available in the Cloud and On-Premise

Deployment options is one of the major changes in this release. The fall release will have Dynamics 365 Business Central available for use in the cloud and on-premise containing all the same features and functionality as Dynamics NAV. Companies can use their existing Dynamics GP, Dynamics NAV, or Dynamics SL on premise solution and connect to the cloud through Business Central.

Since Dynamics NAV and Dynamics 365 Business Central offer the same code base, upon release, existing Dynamic NAV users would be able to easily upgrade to Dynamics 365 Business Central, without any accompanying long processes. The Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central fall release will be the most current and updated version of Dynamics NAV, with a broader range of useful options and a new modern and productive user experience.

What The Framework Looks Like

If you’re adopting the new version for your business, then you can be sure of heightened productivity improvements when it comes managing customizations and applications.

Business central will give users access to a range of useful options such as new keyboard shortcuts and  refined keyboard navigation that can help accelerate business tasks. In addition, an improved search functionality gives  users the ability to access documentation such as reports and help pages faster.  When accessing Business Central from the Windows 10 App or a browser, users will notice a much better transition from one interface to another.  From role center to  lists, transactional documents, worksheet  and customer cards, there is a seamless transition when navigating through these areas.

Developer tools will also be getting an upgrade allowing users to be more productive when developing and troubleshooting extensions. These enhanced tools include sandbox environments with production data, improved breakpoint support,  tracing of alerted events, support for .NET Interop for on-premises deployments, extension support for enums, report data set and field groups.

If you’re ready to grow your business beyond the limits of your basic accounting software, you’ll want to take a closer look at Dynamics 365 Business Central. Are you ready to upgrade? Contact the Qixas Group Dynamics 365 Team at 888.467.7101 or


Shawna Sharma
Shawna Sharma
Marketing Manager at Qixas Group and Microsoft Dynamics enthusiast. Follow Shawna Sharma on LinkedIn