Spring ’18 summary of what’s new in Business Central


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March 2018 - General Availability

Broad regional availability

  • 14 markets - Dynamics 365 Business Central is available in 14 markets.

Full suite of application functionality

  • Essential - Includes a broad range of functionality that most businesses need to run their business.
  • Premium - Adds Service Management and Manufacturing.

Look and feel

Easy to extend

  • App Source - Customize your experience with apps from App Source.
  • Power BI, PowerApps, and Flow - Combine with PowerApps and Microsoft Flow to compose new applications and extend existing business processes. Integrate with Power BI for custom dashboards and configurable reports.
  • Extensions - Many improvements have been made to the extensions technology, so that you can extend, customize, and build solutions in an upgradable fashion, decoupled from the base application.
  • Individual customizations - As a user, you can personalize your experience. As a partner, you can apply customizations to one or more customers' experiences.
  • Business API - Integrate with external systems and services by using the robust API.
  • Modern developer experience - File-based development environment and a new development language.