Is Business Central Right For you?

Business Central is designed for small to medium sized business and can scale as your business grows.

We usually find that if you can answer ‘yes’ to one or more of these questions, it’s seriously worth considering Dynamics Business Central.


It’s Microsoft’s Enterprise Resource Planning (or ERP) solution for SMEs. It consists of functionality to manage your finances, stock, suppliers and customers. We generally find that customers come to us when they have outgrown the capabilities of Sage 50, Quickbooks or Xero.

As you’d expect with a Microsoft product, it works seamlessly with Outlook, Excel and Word, plus there are integrations with the other Dynamics 365 solutions which can bring in CRM, Project Automation and Field Service functionality.

Our clients typically come to me with three main issues.
Actually we were doing fine with our accounting package but as we’ve grown we’re relying just as much on spreadsheets. It feels like a risk. We use Dynamics for CRM. We’d love to have our accounting and operations solution on the same platform as sales, marketing and customer service. We have a system for finance and another for inventory management and they don’t really work very well together. I feel we’re not as productive as we could be.
Business risk. Single IT platform. Productivity. If any of these sound familiar, there’s a good chance we should be talking

Have you outgrown Sage 50, Quickbooks, or Xero?

Do you have separate systems for quoting, finance, stock and management information?

Are you considering or do you already have Microsoft’s Dynamics suite for other functionality, such as CRM, project automation or field service?

Does £52.80 per user per month and an implementation cost starting at £4,495 sound ok?