Here’s what you need to know if you're considering adding Microsoft Power Platform to your business

Given that adding the Power Platform, a low-code development platform, to the product portfolio is a completely different business for a typical Dynamics and Modern Workplace Partner, there is a confusion in the market on the best approach to take. How do you build the Power Platform competence? How do you market the Power Platform? Where is the opportunity for us, as a Dynamics and Modern Workplace Partner?

An Unpredictable Year and What it Means for 2021

I was reading back over my predictions for 2020 from last year’s Christmas/New Year blog. Boy was I wrong 😊 (see blog from last year here), but then again, I think most people could not have predicted all that has happened in 2020. 2020 has been the most difficult year to navigate in my professional career, but thankfully, it has not been all bad.

10 Reasons Why Dynamics Partners Choose 1ClickFactory's Self-Provisioning Platform to Host Dynamics NAV/Business Central in the Cloud

1ClickFactory’s self-provisioning is a hosting platform developed for Microsoft Dynamics Partners to deploy their Dynamics NAV and Dynamics Business Central customers on Microsoft Azure. Different Microsoft Dynamics Partners are choosing the platform for a number of reasons (customers solutions are too big or heavily customized and therefore not ready for Dynamics Business Central SaaS, localization is not available, etc.), but here are the primary reasons that 5 different Microsoft Dynamics Partners from  CEE countries used 1ClickFactory while deploying customers on Azure:

How to successfully upgrade previous versions of Business Central directly to Dynamics 365 Business Central Online

If your current customer solution is running Business Central version 14 or newer, you no longer need to upgrade to the newest version of Dynamics 365 Business Central before synchronizing data to Dynamics 365 Business Central Online. Now you can migrate data directly. This newest upgrade to Dynamics 365 Business Central Online enhancement is truly a time-saver. Read on to find out more about it.

The shared responsibility of information security in 1ClickFactory’s self-provisioning for Dynamics NAV / Business Central service

In previous blog post, we introduced the information security management system (ISMS) for self-provisioning for Dynamics NAV/Dynamics 365 Business Central on Azure. We explored and explained 1ClickFactory’s path and approach to ensuring the security of the service and the safeguarding of customer data to our Dynamics Partners. Nevertheless, it is important to understand that the nature of cloud services means that the responsibility of information security is shared between all of the parties providing the service, as well as the end customer.

Dynamics 365 Business Central Enables Organizations to Adapt & Grow During a Global Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted everyday business operations around the world, with a devastating impact on the global economy. The entire business landscape has changed putting digital technology at the forefront to overcome difficulties. As a result, many Dynamics Partners are accelerating technology projects to help customers as much as possible during this challenging time. In this post, we will review the key technological trends that have been accelerated due to the pandemic, and highlight how Dynamics 365 Business Central can help your organization adapt and increase productivity.

Clarified Rules for Dynamics 365 Business Central Per Tenant Extensions and AppSource Apps Lifecycle

Dynamics Partners who have Dynamics 365 Business Central Extensions on Microsoft AppSource, and resellers who provide Per Tenant Extensions (PTE) in Dynamics 365 Business Central Online must align the code with the Microsoft release cycle within set deadlines. An inability to make code compatible and meet the deadlines can cause a serious disruption for the Dynamics Partners and impact end-customer business continuity. Read on to find out more.

Technical Code Changes in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central 2020 Release Wave 2

October 1st, 2020 was the official release day of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central 2020 Wave 2 (version 17). In the new version, Microsoft has introduced many functional platform enhancements. Even though some of the latest release functionality may not be available yet, Microsoft is planning to rollout all of the new functionality between October 2020 and March 2021. In addition, this new release includes only a few technical code changes. Without further ado, let’s look into what’s new in the code.

How to Solve RDL Sandboxing Problems that Arise When Opening SSRS Reports for D365 Finance and Supply Chain Management 10.0.13 Platform Update

When upgrading your UAT environment to Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain Management version 10.0.13 platform update 36, you may encounter several problems with SSRS reports. 1ClickFactory’s Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain Management team has received feedback that Dynamics Partners are already facing some issues in relation to RDL Sandboxing. We would like to share our experience of overcoming these issues as well as insights to help make your upgrade to the newest version of Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain Management faster and less troublesome.

How do Existing AX Customers Benefit from Moving to Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain Management in the Cloud?

If your customers are still considering whether to move to Dynamics 365 or not, we‘re here to provide an overview of the significant benefits to help your customers make a clear decision and dispel any doubts they may have about migrating to Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain Management.