If you pay attention to the world of ERP, you probably hear a great deal about one particular solution: Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations. Users from a multitude of industries and in a variety of job positions are enamored with Microsoft’s latest, greatest ERP for medium to large organizations.
Financial and accounting professionals in particular tend to be fond of this solution. But why? What is it about Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations that impresses finance teams?
It enhances productivity by increasing configurable capabilities.
Finance departments constantly feel constricted by legacy ERP software. Lack of integration, poor user interfaces, kludgy reporting features and inefficient process flows lead to numerous errors and inaccuracies that compound as time goes on. This backlog of issues hinders productivity, and it can only be surmounted with a solution that is flexible, configurable and has integration capabilities that keep financial data from becoming siloed across multiple systems.
Mobile features allow finance and accounting teams to work remotely.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations is positioned as a leading ERP solution for medium and large enterprises according to Gartner. This modern solution empowers finance departments through streamlined procedures, intuitive, role-based user dashboards, and remote data access that allows accountants, controllers and analysts to work on the go. It also integrates with Office 365, so your team can work in familiar applications and then publish their data back to Finance and Operations with a single click.
Additional tools within the solution increase visibility into other business processes.
The bells and whistles in Dynamics 365’s financial management modules aren’t there just to make finance professionals’ jobs easier. By using tools that allow them to work more intelligently and efficiently, organizations that adopt Dynamics 365 increase finance productivity by an average of 40%. When you consider that the average ROI of a Dynamics 365 implementation is $16.97 per $1.00 spent (versus $8.71 per $1.00 for a typical ERP implementation) it’s clear that Dynamics 365’s superior functionality in financials and beyond will lead to a cascade of cash flowing into your bottom line.
Learn more about finance features in Dynamics 365!
You can spend all day reading about the robust financial capabilities in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, but nothing compares to seeing the product in action.
On Tuesday, July 16, Turnkey Technologies will host a live webinar on the top finance features in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations. The highlight the webinar will include a demonstration of the following features:
- Streamlined accounting processes
- Navigation – role-based workspaces
- Reporting and analytics made easy with Power BI
- Process illustrations
- Accounting processes made easy with Office 365 integration (creating/sending invoices in Outlook, exporting, updating and reimporting bulk data with Excel, etc.)