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How to integrate Office 365 Single Sign-On with Business Central using PowerShell

Have you considered integrating Office 365 with Business Central? This can increase efficiency while using Office 365 tools and would allow you to access the data easily and quickly. The script provided in the blog post (first of two blog posts) will help you configure and enable Office 365 authentication with Business Central.

Business Central: How to figure out the types of licenses, users and product names

As one of the largest cloud on Azure providers, we often get questions from our partners and customers, such as:

  • Can the same license for NAV and Dynamics 365 Business Central be used?
  • Are Business Central and NAV two different products or the same?
  • Is it possible to migrate from NAV to Business Central?

To answer these questions and provide more guidance, we decided to write this brief yet comprehensive blog post.

1ClickFactory changes representation in Benelux

1ClickFactory has, with effect from January 1, 2019, changed the representation and service to partners for the Benelux region. The change is a result of Dirk Jan Gelderblom, the representative of 1ClickFactory in Benelux, selling his 1ClickFactory sales franchise for Benelux back to 1ClickFactory. The new representative is the QBS Group, the largest Microsoft Dynamics Value Add Distributor in Europe, Middle East and Africa.

Listening to the voice of Partner to revamp the Partner experience

While many Microsoft Dynamics Partners are moving towards Cloud-first business, for 1ClickFactory, one of the largest providers of Microsoft Azure services for Microsoft Dynamics products, it is critical to ensure a great experience for Cloud partners to help them excel in this area. And all this starts with carefully listening to the voice of our partners.

In October-November 2018 we have executed the Partner Satisfaction survey for 1ClickFactory Self-Provisioning for NAV/Business Central on Azure service to evaluate the current partners’ experience with the service. In this blog post I would like to share some exciting findings that this survey revealed.

Plan for the Future NOW at Directions EMEA 2017!

You must plan for the future, especially as an ISV, designing your business strategy moving forward on Dynamics NAV and/or Dynamics 365. It is likely a number of questions regarding how to move forward as a Dynamics Partner have already surfaced in your business in one way or another. We here at 1ClickFactory gathered our elite team to discuss and prepare the bundle of the hottest topics in the Dynamics market to help you find the answers and the right path for your business in the ever changing Microsoft Dynamics landscape. Join us for our planning sessions and workshops to understand your options, advantages/disadvantages and best path scenarios to plan your strategy to stay current and keep your customers happy.

5 Risks for Deploying Dynamics NAV on Azure without a Hosting Partner

Establishing your own Microsoft Azure infrastructure vs. collaborating with a Microsoft Azure infrastructure hosting provider. What risks do you face when setting up your own Microsoft Azure infrastructure in-house? In this blog post I’ll explain the 5 known risks you should consider when evaluating these two Dynamics NAV on Azure deployment options.

Is Your Dynamics NAV Ready for the Public Cloud?

Hosting Dynamics NAV on Azure is one of the fastest ways to implement an ERP solution. Speed and cost are critical considerations for small businesses when deploying ERP, and hosting on Microsoft Azure caters to both of these factors.

Still, small businesses have unique requirements and rarely use ERP out of the box. For Dynamics NAV user companies, this raises the question “Can I host my Dynamics NAV solution on a Microsoft Azure infrastructure, all while retaining the ability to adjust NAV to our company needs, and without a huge price tag attached?”

Dynamics NAV on Azure: Meet customer demands while staying profitable

If you’ve decide to include cloud-based Dynamics NAV in your solutions offerings, you will likely field this question from customers: “How can I ensure Dynamics NAV performs at its highest efficiency in the Cloud?”. One of the variables that makes this process increasingly more complicated is when you try to support many different Dynamics NAV versions.