Years back Microsoft announced the acquiring of Dynamics 2009, as an adjustable and powerful business management solution that is capable enough to grow your organization and streamline processes. Primarily helping you in reducing operational and management costs. Microsoft Dynamics server 2009 also managed reporting that expedited and improved decision making. Microsoft Dynamics brought essential features to help companies limit the risks of global and local regulatory compliance, it also helped lower total cost of maintenance.
Moreover, Dynamics consisted of a dashboard that provided one central and combined view of internal controls, listed among key performance indicators (KPI) and other data.
Microsoft Dynamics 2009 execution automated the business processes by applying standard operating procedures to limit the risks. Its offered an organization to keep a check on the market and respond according to the current market needs. Microsoft Dynamics 2009’s local country based currency and language helped customers to easily be familiar with the local regulations in 36 countries.
Microsoft Dynamics 2009’s Role Center was added to prioritize tasks and real-time information for business decision-making purposes. The user interface of Dynamics 2009 looked like the very familiar and the most user-friendly Microsoft Office software. This helped employees to adopt quickly and eventually resulted in higher productivity and more loyalty to business tasks.
Dynamics used its own database, Microsoft SQL Server 2008 that helped Microsoft Dynamics 2009 to get a compressed database, up to 60%. This minimized the load on hardware and data maintenance cost and increased performance.
Microsoft Dynamics 2009 improved the ability to manage projects with the help of Microsoft Office Project Server. Microsoft Dynamics became a quick success in the ERP market with its relevant competitors like SAP and Oracle – it is easy and quick implementation, adaptability by the customer’s employees, user-friendly GUI that customers were already acquainted with and unified communications were just a few factors contributing to its success.