Business Central Versus NetSuite- Side by Side Comparison

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Side-by-Side Comparison After my last blog post, I have received lots of requests for my version of a side-by-side comparison chart for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central vs. Oracle NetSuite. Here you go! Feel free to Share the Business Central love! 
Dynamics 365 Business Central vs. NetSuite Features Comparison ChartFeatures ComparisonDynamics 365 Business CentralNetSuiteCore Financial Capabilities (GL, AP, AR, BR) IncludedIncludedMulti-Budgets, Currencies, Fixed assets, Distribution, Manufacturing, Job CostingIncludedAl La Carte PricingModern  InterfaceIncludedNot IncludedUsers Can Personalize All WindowsIncludedNot IncludedNumber of  Included Upgrades per Year
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central 
 My Top 10 Favorite Things
#2- Filter Almost Anything


    One of my favorite things I feel in love with Business Central immediately was the automatic filters built into all the informational/list pages. Want to quickly filter a customer, vendor, or transaction? Try a filter. Want to filter and sort a column easily? Try a filter. Still confused? Add a filter, because filters are everywhere. 

   When I arrive on my customer page, I can select the filter button from the top of the list. Here I can filter the information down with multiple filters from the left pane. Even better, in the October release of BC, you will be able to save your filter preferences as a view that you can return to, time and time again. You can filter a range using the symbols (..) or filter by wild card using (*)
Filter the List

    If I just need to filter a specific column, I can do that as well. If I hover over a column name, I can see there is a filter button as well as the ability to sort ascending or descending. 

Filter a Column

     This same functionality also lives in the lists of transactions, such as general ledger entries as well. Here you can quickly filter by amount, account, debit, credit, etc... to get the results you need. Even better, you can select the page option and send your list to excel, using the view with Excel functionality built into BC. 

Filter Transactions


Finding Data has never been easier in Dynamics BC! 










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