Business Central 2022 Release Wave 2 Plan

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central 2022 Release Wave 2 Plan Has Arrived

The Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central 2022 Release Wave 2 Plan has arrived! Below is a quick summary of the plan, but you can get all the details here. This Wave 2 Plan describes new features releasing from October 2022 through March 2023.

Dynamics 365 Business Central is a comprehensive business application solution designed and optimized for small and midsized organizations. In 2022 release wave 2, Business Central helps users get onboarded, whether they are new or existing customers, by giving them easy access to the right apps to help them get started. Business Central will improve tooltips to help new and existing users. Business Central also continues geographic expansion and will improve performance and usability by making it easier to navigate menus. To help more users be more productive, Business Central will enhance their automation story with Power Automate.

Additional updates in 2022 release wave 2 include:

  • Seamless service: No matter the industry type of a small or midsized business (SMB), business users expect a dependable service and platform that they can run their business on.

  • Administration: Business Central delivers a set of features for better and improved communication about the health of each environment.

  • Application: Business Central will continue to improve the application to support integration with Shopify. The finance and supply chain capabilities in Business Central are improved with several optimizations and enhancements so that users can run their business processes more efficiently.

  • Better with Microsoft 365: Business Central improves the efficiency of collaborative business processes in Microsoft Teams. Users can pin cards inside Teams, and delegated admins can now use the Excel add-in.

  • Country and regional: In 2022 release wave 2, Business Central is generally available in more countries and regions.

  • Onboarding: Organizations can get to productive usage faster because it’s easier to discover and install apps.

  • Development tools: Business Central has moved entirely to Visual Studio Code where they continue to invest in areas that enhance the productivity for developers.

  • Power Platform: More efficient automation with Power Automate so that users can set up workflows for the specific needs of their organization.

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