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Master Data Management System

IT.integro sp. z o.o.

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Synchronize and exchange data with other parties between many Dynamics 365 Business Central database

Do you need to keep master data consistent across multiple companies or tenants running on Dynamics 365 Business Central?

Master Data Management System (MDMS) is an app that allows corporate groups to set up any set of data within a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central tenant/company and replicate it to another Dynamics 365 Business Central tenant/company to ensure data consistency.

The long established OnPrem version is already used by 40 corporate groups bringing together 450 companies. Each day 4000 users of various versions of Dynamics NAV and Business Central work in the systems with master data synchronized by MDMS. Right now, the same can be achieved by the Dynamics 365 Business Central Cloud version with the MDMS app available on AppSource!

You need to create or assign a master company where all the master data is kept, select the receiving companies within the group and select the data that you would like to replicate (synchronize). Below are the most common examples of the data replicated by corporate groups:

  • Items
  • G/L accounts
  • Customers
  • Vendors
  • Dictionaries
  • Dimensions
  • Posting Groups
  • User roles

Users are allowed to set up any number of Receivers which are the target companies, to which data will be replicated. The structure of data to be replicated can be set up as Data Sets. A data set contains information about the structure of data to be replicated. The user can set up which fields should be included in a data set. In the replication process, data sets are linked to a selected Receiver. Replication can be either Full or Incremental.


  • Faster implementation of changes within the organization,
  • Faster deployment of new companies in the group by using predefined data and global setup,
  • Easier communication between companies in the group (standardized data),
  • A good basis for setting up integration with other external systems and standardization at the group level, which reduces maintenance costs,
  • Easier data comparison for the headquarters; data is sent from subsidiaries in a standardized form,
  • Decreased slow-moving stock thanks to reliable insights into the inventory stored at different companies in the group,
  • Possibility to implement centralized purchasing,
  • Easier management of the Shared Service Center

Supported languages

Czech, Danish, Dutch,English,Finish,French,German,Italian,Norwegian,Polish,Portuguese,Spanish,Swedish

Supported countries

Australia, Austria,Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Iceland, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Philippines,Poland, Portugal,Serbia, Singapore, South Africa,South Korea, Spain,Sweden, Switzerland,Taiwan,Thailand,United Arab Emirates,United Kingdom, United States,Vietnam