This article focuses on data warehouses (DWs) for organizations utilizing Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, Business Edition so you can make the best software investment by optimizing your reporting capabilities.
How do you know if your company needs a data warehouse (DW)? The signs are clear. If you are beginning to feel like you are wasting energy and time due to manual processes as well as analyzing and managing data with a program such as Microsoft Excel, DWs can help immensely by eliminating errors and tedious manual work. If you’re in the Business Intelligence (BI) and Corporate Performance Management (CPM) world, you probably know that Microsoft launched a true cloud version of Microsoft Dynamics, Microsoft Dynamics 365, last November. This enterprise resource planning (ERP) system lets companies combine CRM tools, ERP, and Microsoft Office capabilities into the next generation of business applications. There are two different versions of Microsoft Dynamics 365. The Business Edition is the lower end version built off of the Dynamics NAV product, and the Enterprise Edition is the higher end version based on Dynamics AX. Both editions are created for and deployed in the Azure cloud, which is hosted and managed by Microsoft. This article will cover DWs for your organization using Dynamics 365, Business Edition. Continue reading