Find Out What's New in Dynamics 365 Business Central 2023 Wave 2
Microsoft has recently announced many exciting new features coming to Business Central this fall. Here are just some of the highlights you can expect to see in Business Central 2023 Wave 2.
- Calculate warehouse quantities – Access real-time information about warehouse quantities, including inventory levels, locations within the warehouse, processing stage, and more.
- Perform financial consolidations across different BC environments – The new release of Business Central makes it easier to consolidate financial data for organizations with multiple business units, legal entities, or subsidiaries that use different BC environments.
- Allow intercompany general journal workflows to include approvals – Users can now include intercompany general journals in an approval workflow for review before posting.
- Perform intercompany transactions across BC environments – Send and receive transactions between companies in multiple Business Central tenant environments.
- Improved logging functions to troubleshoot Shopify integration problems – Microsoft provides improved logging functionality to help identify and resolve Shopify issues.
- Predefine General Ledger allocations – Users can reduce errors by automating the distribution of costs and revenue across G/L accounts for recurring posting types.
- Support for business events in the Business Central connector for Power Automate – With the addition of a Business Central connector trigger called When a business event occurs, users hook Power Automate flows to events raised by Business Central.
- Enable virtual tables when you connect to Dataverse – Whenever you set up a connection to Dataverse, you can enable specific virtual tables to make more data available between Business Central and Dataverse without additional customizations.
- View Power BI embedded content in BC – Users have more control over Power BI’s embedded capabilities in Business Central, including zoom level, full page view, and show scorecards.
Other additions and improvements
- Use Copilot to complete bank account reconciliation – Use Copilot’s AI-powered transaction matching to reduce the effort of handling unmatched transactions. Copilot provides natural language explanations of proposed matches.
- Open Visual Studio from web client to troubleshoot extensions – Developers can now open a local Visual Studio instance from the web client to troubleshoot an extension for a specific production or sandbox environment.
- More granular administration rights – The Dynamics 365 Business Central Administrator role, a new Azure Active Directory role, gives users greater control over access rights in Business Central.
- Faster data loads in server – Microsoft has improved the data load speeds in multiple scenarios, including web service integrations, background jobs, and interactive sessions. In addition, the application is more responsive and pages load faster in the client.
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