Microsoft’s familiar desktop application user interface is prevalent in its ERPs making users feel at home with the ERP instantly, winning Microsoft ERP deals.
Microsoft’s user interface is consistent across desktop applications and its legacy ERPs as well as its go-forward ERPs, delivering comfort to customers that have grown accustomed to its layout.
Microsoft Business Central's software licensing fees are aggressive and attractive to emerging businesses who need more robust software but have thin margins and cannot afford pricier Tier 2 solutions.
Microsoft sells Business Central for smaller companies, Finance and Operations/Finance and Supply Chain for more complicated enterprises and Dynamics 365 CRM as a standalone CRM option.
Microsoft Legacy ERPs
Microsoft Cloud ERPs
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central
Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations
Microsoft's partner network is invaluable as it enables digital transformation and efficient growth for customers. From ISVs to Systems Integrators, Microsoft provides the partners needed for customers to succeed.
Microsoft utilizes ISVs to develop and sell software solutions to run on different platforms which provide customers with extremely specialized solutions.
The Device Partner Program supports Microsoft partners through enablement training, marketing, and sales tools, as well as support resources to supply customers with devices in addition to their customer solution offerings.
These partners build custom systems for specific industries or businesses, apart from the Microsoft platform. They are engineering professionals that provide specialized support to users with their unique initiatives.