When it comes to MS Navision migration, you have a lot of options. Whether you want to migrate your entire data database or simply move to Business Central, there are a few things you should know. The first thing to know is that the migration tool works with any type of data, including merged and multi-company databases. It is recommended to limit your migration to a few companies before beginning. You can add more companies later using the Cloud Migration Management page of Business Central online.
Microsoft has continually improved its migration tool to provide more functionality. You can now migrate Chart of Accounts, including current GL balances, and select segments or global and non-global dimensions. You can also select which vendors and customers are inactive and pull the information you need. You can also clean up any extra data you may have with the migration tool. Another update that’s available in February will allow you to migrate Charts of Accounts to Business Central Dimensions, and bring over vendor and customer addresses as well.
Microsoft is committed to adding more connections between Business Central and other systems. It plans to add connections between Business Central and Dynamics GP/SL later this year. In addition, Business Central SmartList Designer will be able to integrate with Azure Data Lake, so your reports will likely be fully compatible with Business Central. If you’re planning to migrate from MS Navision to Business Central, you should plan ahead. This way, you’ll have a smooth transition to Business Central.
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