2. Price point of $70 per user per month is very attractive. This includes unlimited related/affiliated companies. This pleases me to see this price point. It is a bit higher than QuickBooks but Business Central deliveries a lot more functionality with its cloud offering. The cloud version of QB has some bugs around inventory that I don’t think we will find with Business Central as Navision has been around for a long time. The price point also sits a little lower than some of the other competition representing a good value in the market.
3. Interoperability between Outlook and between Mobile. I think Microsoft can really leverage a success story here. For lovers of the Microsoft solution stack, take a good look at Business Central. It has some really neat functionality with Outlook, you can create a quote within Outlook based on the text from a purchase request from a customer. Business Central is fully deployable on a mobile device.
Written by Kim Haythornthwaite. Nolan Business Solutions is a Microsoft Partner and a CSP that offers Business Central.