With regards to its Dynamics 365 suite of services, recent major changes Microsoft has brought include the introduction of a Fraud Protection app, other brand new apps powered by Azure AI, and more. As far as Dynamics 365 Business Central is concerned, in this month, the tech giant made some improvements to its translation and assisted setup modules, and introduced new tools for data classification.
Now, Microsoft has announced that its Learn service will be offering 'learning paths' and e-learning modules for Business Central. This move arrives as a result of a collaboration between the Business Central team and e-learning specialists from Microsoft and its partners.
As such, a variety of content will be available for those who want to learn more about the tech giant's business-centric app. Users will be able to gain insight into how multiple currencies can be used, educate themselves on various aspects of business functionality such as setting up financial management, and more. For starters, there are 10 learning paths that offer an introductory look to the service. These include information on both complex and easily comprehendible processes.
If you are interested in checking out this content, you can search through the 'Business Central' and 'Learning Path' tags on the Microsoft Learn website as observed in the image above. The Redmond firm will be adding more such modules in the future to assist users even further.