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

Business Central -Team Members Capabilities in BC


Did you know there are team members licenses inside Dynamics BC?

These are limited users that can: 

  • Read anything within Dynamics 365 Business Central
  • Update existing data and entries in Dynamics 365 Business Central - existing data are records like customer, vendor or item records which are already created. Entries means entries on which it is specifically allowed from an accounting perspective to update specific information. (e.g. due date on customer ledger entries)
  • Approve or reject tasks in all workflows assigned to a user
  • Create, edit, delete a quote for Sales or Purchasing
  • Create, edit, delete personal information
  • Enter a time sheet for Jobs
  • Use PowerApps for Dynamics 365
At $8.00 a month, per user, that is quite a deal! 

Below is a video I recorded with a BC Team Member License to enter, print, email, submit a purchasing quote. Due to the demo tenant, email and workflow are not setup in the demo, but you get the point! 


Comments

  1. Great blog and video. Are there any experience how the team member license deals with customisations (new Tables), I have somewhere read that this is limited to 15 custom tables.

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    1. I have heard of no limitations on viewing customizations and extensions. You just need to make them available to the team members permissions. Thanks for following me!

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