If you are planning a migration from Microsoft NAV to Business Central migration, you are not alone. The number of companies implementing this software has increased dramatically in recent years. Microsoft has provided tools to help companies transition smoothly. Regardless of whether you use a cloud-based or on-premises version of Business Central, the process can be very daunting. To minimize this stress, read the following tips for a successful migration:
– Configuration packages are available for the migration process. Configuration packages connect Microsoft Excel files to Business Central tables. These packages are highly recommended for most customers. If you don’t have these files, you can import data into Business Central using Importing Data from Excel. This method is perfect for smaller businesses, and it requires no programming experience. There are several different configuration packages for MS Navision migration to Business Central, so you should look for one that matches your business needs.
– When importing data from an external source to Business Central, you must use the same account numbers and tax accounts. Then, when you’re ready to migrate data from MS Navision to Business Central, use the Microsoft Data Exporter Tool. It connects to your QuickBooks application and exports your data into a standardized.zip format. However, make sure your data is backed up first, so you don’t lose any important information.