Compare Microsoft Dynamics 365 to other top Cloud ERP platforms
The cloud enterprise resource planning software market is becoming crowded, with several available options from multiple vendors. However, not every platform meets the needs of all companies, and selecting the right solution is an important decision. Let RSM help you with the cloud ERP selection process; we can show you how to evaluate critical aspects of available platforms to support your unique needs.
Learn how to evaluate the available cloud-based ERP solutions in our “Cloud ERP selection guide for the middle market.” The guide details how to:
- Avoid common challenges
- Create your ideal ERP selection checklist
- Understand current ERP trends
- Compare today’s cloud ERP platforms (such as Microsoft Dynamics 365, Oracle NetSuite and Sage Intacct)
- Choose an effective implementation partner
Quick hit comparison review
Below are some of the products that are commonly compared against Microsoft Dynamics 365.
- Microsoft Dynamics 365 vs. QuickBooks: If your organization is growing rapidly, it is likely you will outgrow Quickbooks and need a system that is more integrated across the enterprise.
- Microsoft Dynamics 365 vs. SAP: SAP offers multiple products in the middle market which can increase complexity in your purchase decision making process. High barriers to entry and total cost of ownership (TCO) of SAP lead many to evaluate Microsoft.
- Microsoft Dynamics 365 vs. Oracle NetSuite: NetSuite offers subpar CRM capabilities compared to the full suite of customer engagement tools on Dynamics 365. Complimented with the entire Microsoft tool set of Azure and modern work tools, and power platform D365 supports a much more robust suite of business application workloads.
- Microsoft Dynamics 365 vs. Workday: Workday has limited customization capabilities and often requires a more hands-on implementation process.
- Microsoft Dynamics 365 vs. IFS: IFS has limited capabilities outside of its manufacturing suite and often requires a more hands-on implementation process.
- Microsoft Dynamics 365 vs. JD Edwards: JD Edwards is still a versioned solution that offers no automatic upgrades including limited hosted options with a majority of customers still on-premise.
- Microsoft Dynamics 365 vs. Great Plains: Microsoft Dynamics GP still carries on-premise architecture which requires batch processing. Dynamics 365 is the natural upgrade path from Dynamics GP.