[ February 16, 2021 by Fabian Huber 0 Comments ]

Powerful Document Automation for Business Central – design in Microsoft Office and generate documents wherever you need them!

Upgrade to Powerful Document Automation in the cloud – with D365 Business Central online, M365 & dox42! What you will see in this session: • Easily design complex documents in MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint with tables, conditions, barcodes, charts, images, etc. • Generate these documents where you need them: directly in Dynamics 365 Business Central online, CE, Power Automate, SharePoint, and many more. • Combine data sources: Business Central table and report data, SharePoint, M365, D365 FinOps, D365 CE, Web Services, SQL, and many more. • Maintain templates and modular text blocks in Microsoft 365 / SharePoint & Teams or on your server. • Print & save generated documents into M365, SharePoint, Teams, or your archive. Your result will be a business user-friendly document automation process that can be efficient, enjoyable, and productive at the same time.

[ February 6, 2021 by Renato Fajdiga 0 Comments ]


In this session, we will take you down the road and cover some Power BI advanced topics. Questions we will answer are: – How do I build a good data model? How can I implement an incremental refresh? – How can you link actuals and budgets? – How do I need to fetch data from Business Central, and how does that impact my queries and performance? – What are the intelligent capabilities of Power BI, and how can I use them to get insights? And then some more tips & tricks 😉

[ February 6, 2021 by Renato Fajdiga 0 Comments ]


In this session, you will learn how to connect Power BI Desktop and Dynamics 365 Business Central and use it to create powerful reports. Through various practical examples, you will see how to work with Power BI reports in Dynamics 365 Business Central, combine the data from multiple sources. In the end, we will provide an overview of using Power BI reports based on Dynamics 365 Business Central data inside with Power Platform.

[ January 30, 2021 by Josh Anglesea 0 Comments ]

Customer or Vendor self service portal

Using parts of the O365 stack to grant external access and provide customer or vendor style portal access to data

[ January 19, 2021 by Paul Soliman 0 Comments ]

Understanding Business Central Master Data for QUICK Implementations

Master data is an integral part of Business Central and a successful implementation begins at the master data level. This session will provide an end to end understanding on how to build, upload & scrub the Business Central master data.

[ January 19, 2021 by Kamal_Radhakrishnaiah 0 Comments ]

Start your learning journey with Dynamics 365 Business Central!

Are you planning to start exploring what Business Central is all about ?? Are you already engaged in the world of Microsoft Dynamics 365 and want to expand your knowledge by learning D365 Business Central ?? Join my session where I share my learning journey with you, resources I use to learn and community forums and blogs that help me!

[ January 18, 2021 by José Miguel Azevedo 0 Comments ]

How to be a hero migrating data to Business Central (without coding)

“The data migration phase of a project can consume up to 30% of the total project resources” Join this session to learn the best practical tips to be a hero migrating data to Business Central. All based on Hands-on method without coding.

[ January 18, 2021 by Saurav Dhyani 0 Comments ]


In this session, we will understand What is required while transition from C/AL To AL Development and why its required. We will cover software required and why each software required.

[ January 13, 2021 by Raúl Bogajo Medina 0 Comments ]

Power Bookings For Your Small Business (v2)

The session will cover a practice case of extending Microsoft Bookings functionality with a Power App to track all the scheduled appointments and invoice them in Business Central. We’ll use the Microsoft API Graph, Power Automate, Power Apps, BC Virtual Entities…and a bit of AL code Note: It’s based on the same session I’ll be presenting in the Scottish Summit in February, on the spanish language track. For the D365 BC Bootcamp I propose the session in english, and going deeper in BC. My blog is under construction, it will be on line later this month! Note: My blog is in construction…it will be on line this month!

[ January 13, 2021 by Steven Renders 0 Comments ]


As data volume continues to grow, so does the challenge of wrangling that data into well-formed, actionable information. Once you’ve created a dataflow, you can use Power BI Desktop and the Power BI service to create datasets, reports, dashboards, and apps that leverage the Common Data Model to drive deep insights into your business activities. In this session I will demo how you can create reusable dataflows and consume them in Power BI, based upon Business Central data.