Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central brings AI-powered business management solutions to Nepal
Microsoft has launched Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central in Nepal, making transformative AI tools available for local small and medium businesses (SMBs) and non-profits to streamline operations, enhance productivity, and drive innovation.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central will enable Nepali enterprises to harness the power of the cloud to connect sales, service, finance, and operations.
At the digital launch of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central in Nepal, business leaders including Manoj Karki, managing director of Fishtail Air, Saurav Raj Thapaliya, vice president of SIPRADI Companies and Surya Aryal, co-founder of Agile Solutions, discussed how Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central will address the unique needs and challenges faced by businesses in Nepal.
“Potentially, Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central will be a game-changer for the economy of Nepal,” said Md Yousup Faruqu, Microsoft country managing director for Bangladesh, Bhutan, and Nepal. “Small and medium businesses are an essential component of the economy, and they contribute immensely to the country’s GDP. By empowering them with advanced technology through Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, Microsoft is offering the depth of integrated business applications required to achieve digital acceleration and the country’s overall economic growth.”
With AI-based data analytics tools in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central that provide advanced analytics, intelligent automation, and data-driven insights, Nepali businesses will be able to increase customer retention and improve conversion rates.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central can assist organizations in revamping their sales processes, improving supply chain visibility and automating tedious tasks, freeing them to focus on innovating and scaling the business.
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