Welcome to Dynamics 365 Business Central

Business Central is a business management solution for small and mid-sized organizations that automates and streamlines business processes and helps you manage your business. Highly adaptable and rich with features, Business Central enables companies to manage their business, including finance, manufacturing, sales, shipping, project management, services, and more. Companies can easily add functionality that is relevant to the region of operation, and that is customized to support even highly specialized industries.

If you already have Business Central, then sign in at https://businesscentral.dynamics.com. Otherwise, get the overview, take the guided tour, and then start a free trial. Check out the quick start articles to help you get to know Business Central. For more information about onboarding to Business Central, see Getting Ready for Doing Business.

Tip

Did you land here from inside Business Central? If you are not sure where to find what you are looking for, you can filter by titles in the navigation pane to the left, or you can use the Search field at the top of the browser window.

You can also use the search capabilities in Business Central to find relevant documentation. For more information, see Finding Pages and Information with Tell Me.

Overview

Business Central is fast to implement, easy to configure, and simplicity guides innovations in product design, development, implementation, and usability. In the navigation panel to the left, you can find information about using Business Central in your company. Find links to descriptions of the most commonly used capabilities in the Business Processes section.

Business Central includes tooltips for fields and actions and teaching tips for some of the most important pages that can help guide you through the various business processes. On each tooltip and teaching tip, choose the Learn more link to open Help for the page in question. On all pages, use Ctrl+F1 on your keyboard to open Help for the page in question. On any device, use the question mark in the upper right corner to get to the Help and Support page and product Help.

You can also visit our video library, or start with the Get started with Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central learning path on Microsoft Learn.

Note

Unless otherwise specified, the content on the Docs.microsoft.com site reflects the latest version of Business Central online. If your organization uses a different version of Business Central online, then some capabilities might not yet be available. Also, if your organization uses Business Central on-premises, you might be using an earlier version. For more information, see Frequently Asked Questions.

The following sections point to key articles that can help you get familiar with Business Central.

Business Processes

Development and administration content

Learn

Find free e-learning content for Business Central on Microsoft Learn.

You can also view videos of new and commonly used capabilities in our video library. For more information, see Visit Our Video Library.

Community Resources

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See Also

Dynamics 365 Business Central on Microsoft Learn
Business Central Quick Starts
Getting Started with Business Central
Visit Our Video Library
Customizing Business Central Using Extensions
Using Business Central as my Business Inbox in Outlook
Getting Business Central on Your Mobile Device
Working with Dimensions
Resources for Help and Support
Business Central Compliance
Business Central Online Service Terms
Major Updates and Minor Updates of Business Central Online
Dynamics 365 documentation
Dynamics 365 Business Central on microsoft.com
Explore Dynamics 365 Business Central capabilities
Introducing docs.microsoft.com (original blog post)

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