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Grow your small to medium-sized business by connecting people and processes with a single system that has intelligence built in—making financial management, sales, service, and operations easier.
Connect your business
Consolidate multiple systems into a single, connected application—one that pulls together your business processes—to save your employees time.
Make better decisions
Get a complete picture of your business from a centralized source. Apply built-in intelligence for insights that help prevent issues and deliver better customer experiences.
Start and grow easily
Get started quickly in the cloud using familiar Office interfaces, and add other Dynamics 365 applications as you need—without getting in the way of running your business.
Streamline your financial close and get real-time visibility into the performance of your business. Easily share your information in a secure manner with an accountant or bookkeeper and gain more control over your budgets and cashflow.
Increase visibility across your entire supply chain to reduce inventory costs and keep customers happy. Use built-in intelligence to predict when and what you need to replenish, ensuring inventory levels are maintained to avoid shortages and lost sales.