Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central 2022 Release Wave 1 Plan Has Arrived

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The Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central 2022 Release Wave 1 Plan has arrived! Below is a quick summary of the plan, but you can get all the details here. This Wave 1 Plan describes new features releasing from April 2022 through September 2022.

Dynamics 365 Business Central is a comprehensive business application solution that is designed and optimized for small and midsized organizations. In 2022 release wave 1, you will see further investments centering on helping users get to productive usage faster, whether they are new or existing customers, by providing in-app improvements to help them get started. Business Central expands out on the capabilities of the Help pane and makes it the go-to resource for helping both new and existing users. Business Central continues geographic expansion and improves performance and usability by focusing on easier navigation in menus. To help users be productive, Business Central enhances reporting capabilities with Excel layouts.

Seamless service: No matter the industry type of a small or midsized business (SMB), business users expect a dependable service and platform that they can run their business on.

Administration: In 2022 release wave 1, Business Central delivers a set of features that are designed to simplify and improve the way partners administer tenants, and the way administrators manage licensing and permissions.

Application: The finance and supply chain capabilities in Business Central are improved with several optimizations and enhancement of the capabilities so that users can execute business processes more productively.

Better with Microsoft 365: In 2022 release wave 1, Microsoft improves the efficiency of collaborative business processes in Microsoft Teams, and hardens the Excel and Outlook add-ins.

Country and regional: In 2022 release wave 1, Business Central is generally available in more countries and regions.

Onboarding: In 2022 release wave 1, customers can get to productive usage faster using the new modern Help pane.

Development tools: With the move entirely to Visual Studio Code, Microsoft continues to invest in areas that enhance productivity for developers. Additionally, Microsoft introduces GitHub Go for partners to set up CI/CD for their apps without any prior knowledge about pipelines, Docker, or PowerShell.

Power Platform: Microsoft improves Power Automate capabilities, making it much easier to set up workflows for the specific needs of an organization.

Have questions about Dynamics 365 Business Central? Contact our team today!

by TrinSoft, LLC a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Partner in Kentucky

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