The Dynamics 365 Business Central and Dynamics 365 Sales models simplify data between the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Sales and Dynamics 365 Business Central, which are the most frequently used modules. DHRP includes an easy-to-install and ready-to-use integration option for Dynamics 365 Sales to Dynamics 365 Business Central. It enables Dynamics 365 Sales users to integrate data as a one-time bulk import between Dynamics 365 Business Central and Dynamics 365 Sales, as well as set up real-time or change-based maps to keep both systems in sync. For further integration, one can use the maps.
Permissions for the integration user account require configuration when you install the Integration Solution. You might need to reset them if those permissions are changed. By reinstalling the Integration Solution on the Dynamics 365 Connection Setup page, you can do that by selecting the Redeploy Integration Solution. There are the following security positions enlisted:
- Dynamics 365 Business Central Integration Administrator
- Dynamics 365 Business Central Integration User
- Dynamics 365 Business Central Product Availability User
Invoices & Invoice adjustments
After setting the user accounts and permission, you will also have to work on the invoices. The invoices page helps you handle the synchronization. For example, Posted invoices for purchases are synchronized with invoices for sales. It is easier to synchronize all other agencies that can participate in the invoice, from salespersons to price lists, before an invoice can be synchronized. The Salesperson Code’s meaning in the invoice header in Sales determines the owner of the coupled entity.
Your business may also be using different currencies. The integration of the D365 sales and business Central allows you to manage multiple currency accounts easily. The synchronization of currency in Business central and transaction currency in sales enables you to manage different currencies through a single dashboard.
Next, we have the synchronization of Items and products. In Dynamics 365 Sales, Business Central automatically maintains a price list while synchronizing items with Dynamics 365 Sales goods. You should not manually change this price list to prevent synchronization errors.
· Pricelist items
This is an essential entity, as you might imagine. The price list item is a key order since it sets out the amounts that can be offered for the commodity (unit group and unit), the price list (price list and price list item), the product (discount list and the product itself), and the discounts. The creation of price list products is the focus of a useful product catalog.
Manage sales territories, and with integration, you can have improved sales results and handle them geographically – enhancing Market Potential by focusing on facilities or sales within the jurisdiction of the territories.
· Units of Measure
Units of measure and unit group can be done through custom integration as you need to have multiple units of measure, and synchronizing both can bring more visibility and clarity. You can assign both the base unit and alternate units to set them for automation further.
From orders to the packing and shipping, all can be managed from one platform. Using a DFSM integration solution can make you have all in front of you when you need it. Information from all the warehouses, despite the location, will be easy to access and control from anywhere.
DFSM has the solutions to ensure you get the integration solution for Dynamics 365 sales and Business Central according to your business needs. So, if you need more information and want to get started, let us help.