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Dynamics 365 business vs. enterprise

Microsoft Dynamics 365 is Microsoft's latest SaaS (Software as a Service) business solution, an ERP solution hosted in the cloud and purchased on a subscription basis. Dynamics 365 combines ERP and CRM functionality and is available in two versions: Business and Enterprise. But what's the difference between the two versions?

Dynamics 365 Business Edition

Dynamics 365 Business Edition combines sales, customer service, operations, finance, service, project service automation, marketing and customer insight and also includes a number of familiar tools.

The functionalities of the Business Edition is very similar to the functionality we know from Dynamics NAV.

So if you're looking for a cost effective ERP solution that can be expanded as your business expands, Dynamics 365 Business Edition is the right choice for you.

Business Edition also works seamlessly with Office 365 and Dynamics CRM.

Dynamics 365 Enterprise Edition

The functionality in Dynamics 365 Enterprise Edition corresponds to Dynamics AX, making it the complex and advanced of the two versions of Dynamics 365. As with Dynamics AX, Microsoft recommends the Enterprise Edition to the very large companies, specifically companies with more than 250 employees.

Like Business Edition, Enterprise Edition's works seamlessly with Office 365 and Dynamics CRM.

Modules and functionality

When choosing which Dynamics 365 solution is right for your business, you should look at which modules are available on the two platforms in terms of what you need for functionality, but of course also which solution suits your budget.

 

Modules in Dynamics 365
Business Edition vs. Enterprise Edition

Module

Dynamics 365
Business Edition

Dynamics 365
Enterprise Edition

Finance and operations

Limited functionality

Extensive functionality

Sales

Limited functionality

Full functionality

Marketing

So far unknown

Full functionality (Adobe)

Customer service

Limited functionality

Full functionality

Project Service

Not included

Full functionality

Field Service

Not included

Full functionality

Retail 

Not included

Full functionality

Talent

Not included

Full functionality

Company Size

Microsoft recommends that companies with more than 250 employees choose the Enterprise version of Dynamics 365 and that small and medium sized businesses with up to 50 employees choose the Business version. Microsoft's recommendations are, of course, only guiding and as there are many exceptions to this rule, we recommend that you contact your Microsoft Dynamics Partner and be advised on the solution that suits your business.

Business or Enterprise?

The following is an indicative summary of the differences between Business and Enterprise Edition.

 

Dynamics 365
Business Edition vs. Enterprise Edition

Dynamics 365
Business Edition

Dynamics 365
Enterprise Edition

Designed for 1-50 users

Designed for more than 250 users

Available exclusively in the cloud

Both available in the cloud as well as an local installation

Includes finance

Includes operation, sales, marketing, customer service, service and project service automation

Developed for companies with limited financial needs

Developed for companies with expanded financial needs

Integration to sales and marketing

Sales and Marketing through Adobe's Marketing Cloud

For businesses that have grown out of their startup accounting system

For companies that need very extensive and advanced ERP functionality, integration and analysis

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