CloudShift: 4-Month Migration to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central


CloudShift was built to assist businesses in migrating from Dynamics GP/NAV to Dynamics 365 Business Central Cloud. CloudShift is migrating to the cloud made easy.

What is CloudShift?

CloudShift is a migration package developed by Calsoft Systems that is aimed at shifting your company onto a modern cloud-based ERP platform.

It’s no secret that many industries worldwide have adopted cloud computing as the new standard for modern business. Whether you are utilizing SaaS applications like Microsoft Office 365 or deploying batches of virtual machines within Microsoft Azure, you likely understand the power that cloud services provide. Ultimately, cloud computing provides scalable, agile, and dependable services that businesses trust. It’s likely that you are already utilizing cloud computing services in certain areas of your business, so why not reap the same benefits with your ERP system?

As legacy on-premise systems such as Microsoft Dynamics GP become outdated and can require costly maintenance, more and more businesses are making the switch to a modern cloud-based ERP.

How does CloudShift work?

  1. Our team of ERP consultants analyze your current operations within Dynamics GP/NAV in order to map out your future flow within Dynamics 365 Business Central. We address any gaps that arise and ensure that all business requirements are met.

  2. We configure three Dynamics 365 Business Central environments: Sandbox, Development, and Production.

  3. We utilize an in-house developed migration template in order to import your business’ Dynamics GP master data to Dynamics 365 Business Central. By leveraging a solution built for consolidating data across multiple systems, users have the option to have fully integrated access to their Dynamics GP historical data within Dynamics 365 Business Central.

  4. We provide user training and optional post-implementation support to ensure a smooth transition to Dynamics 365 Business Central.

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