Microsoft Dynamics 365 System Integration
Microsoft Dynamics Integration Experts for on-premise and 365 Cloud ERP, CRM and Custom Apps
Our technical depth and expertise in building custom integrations for Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM sets Endeavour apart from its peers. Our strong Microsoft technical team has that rare combination of both business and functional knowledge as well as the technical IT skills needed to integrate major systems together. We will work with you to bring the right tools and best-practices (API, Custom integration, Tool-based SmartConnect integration etc.) to support your one-way, two-way, and full synchronization between your on-premise, cloud or legacy applications with Microsoft Dynamics GP, Dynamics NAV, Dynamics 365 CRM or Dynamics 365 Business Central.
- Replace old File Maker Pro apps with new Microsoft cloud apps including Dynamics 365 and Power Apps.
- Upgrade from IBM Lotus Domino apps to Microsoft 365 including SharePoint, Power Apps and Azure.
- Replace old DOS, d-base, MS Access, and Visual Basic apps and forms with Power Apps, Microsoft Teams and Microsoft 365.
Systems Integration &
Robotic Process Automation
Eliminate isolated islands of information and construct a seamless flow of information. Creative designs for complex and custom integrations for Microsoft Dynamics are our specialty. Microsoft PowerApps, SQL Server on Azure have been a great avenue for creating custom applications and staging data for Business Intelligence and cross-platform reporting.
Our programmers and skilled technical consultants can integrate just about anything, including your POS, Retail Management System, Billing, Inventory Management, Manufacturing, Business Intelligence and other on-prem. or cloud-based systems using Microsoft C#, .Net, custom scripts, Custom API Connectors, Microsoft Power Automate, and other Microsoft or 3rd party tools.
Learn more about Power Apps and Business Central
For detailed custom Business Central API integrations it is often recommended that the API consume a "Full Business Central User" and a Full “Microsoft 365 Business Standard or Higher user”. The Best practice is to have the ‘extra user’ for dev and production but with a restricted level of access to specific transactions. A lower cost approach is to use (share) credentials from a Full user from your Finance or IT team, but if that person leaves then you will need to transfer to another authorized user causing potential downtime. This transition can also cause issues with Flow (Power Automate), and other Power Apps with connections dependent on the use credentials.