The 2021 release wave 1 for Dynamics 365 brings new innovations that provide you with significant capabilities to transform your business.
What’s new and planned for Dynamics 365 Business Central
For 2021 release wave 1, Business Central improvements focus on helping customers to get what they need faster, whether they are new or existing customers, by providing advanced in-app improvements.
Microsoft continues their geographic expansion, and improved performance, usability, and printing. To help users be productive even if they make a mistake, Microsoft has made it easy to correct dimensions for general ledger (G/L) entries, for example.
Improvements include simplification of the process for managing licences and permissions. Application enhancements expand the integration with Microsoft Teams, add country and regional expansions, and include moves to Visual Studio Code to provide modern development tools, further enhancing the productivity for developers.
No matter the industry type of a small or midsized business (SMB), business users expect a dependable service and platform that they can run their business on.
The 2021 release wave 1 delivers a set of features designed to simplify and improve the way our partners administer tenants, and the way administrators manage licensing and permissions.
Modern development tools
As Microsoft has moved entirely to Visual Studio Code, they continue to invest in areas that enhance productivity for developers.
Country and Regional
With Business Central 2021 release wave 1, Business Central is generally available in India, with plans to expand to Greece, Romania, and Turkey.
Better with Microsoft 365
In Business Central 2021 release wave 1, Microsoft improves the efficiency of collaborative business processes in Microsoft Teams, and they have updated both the Excel and Outlook add-ins.
With 2021 release wave 1, customers can get to productive usage faster.