System integrator Navicon has completed a major international project covering several countries in different time zones. Navicon helped four VTB Capital offices in London, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Sofia migrate to the new version of the ERP solution. IT specialists have transferred seven modules, including 30 functional areas, from MS Dynamics NAV 2009 to MS Dynamics 365 Business Central while retaining all the improvements made in the ERP system earlier.
For several years, employees of VTB Capital's foreign offices have used the Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 ERP system to manage operational activities. Still, over time it has ceased to meet the company's requirements. As a result, VTB Capital's management decided to transfer all overseas branches to a more modern and fault-tolerant platform. Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central was chosen for implementation.
System integrator Navicon worked with the company to support the previous ERP system. As part of the implementation of the new project, Navicon IT specialists transferred seven modules to MS Dynamics Business Central: "Setting up accounting and accounting of journals", "Bank", "Settlements with suppliers", "Fixed assets", "Analysis and reporting", "Closing the day " and " Integration with other systems ". These modules include 30 functional areas. With the help of them, VTB Capital employees can fully manage all the necessary operations. In addition, within the framework of the project, the system was integrated with seven other solutions used by VTB Capital.
It was important for business users to preserve all the improvements made to the first ERP system during its use as they made the solution as appropriate as possible to the business processes of VTB Capital. Therefore, the IT team ultimately transferred all modifications of MS Dynamics NAV 2009 to MS Dynamics Business Central. In addition, complete data migration was also performed. At the same time, Navicon specialists combined the databases of four offices into one, which simplified and accelerated the exchange of information between branches.