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Accountant's Hub for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central - 1

Introduction:

In this blog I'm going to show how to setup Accountant's Hub for Business Central.
Also, I will describe what Account's Hub is and how it connects to Business Central.

Pre-requisites:

  • Office 365 Account.
  • Microsoft  Dynamics 365 Business Central Subscription.

Books & References:

Theory:

Assume, you are an Accountant and your company deals with Business Central Customers and manage their finance & accounts.
Well as a part of traditional system, an accountant has his accounts in multiple customers Business Central system.
This means that for each individual customer, you will have different logins and managing this can be difficult.

Not any more! Now you can a have a simplified portal for yourself as an Accountant and you can add your clients get the access to your customer's business central using Accountant's Hub.

Let us see how we can enable this feature.

Demonstration:

Go to https://dynamics.microsoft.com/en-us/business-central/accountants/
Dynamics 365 for Accountants

Dynamics 365 for Accountants - Sign Up
Dynamics 365 for Accountants - Accept Sign Up
Dynamics 365 for Accountants - Add Users
Dynamics 365 Accountants Hub - Environments Setup
Dyanmics 365 Accountants Hub - Dashboard
Dynamics 365 Accountants Hub - Admin Center

D365 Accounts Hub - Admin Center Card
Also, I noticed that a new Dynamics 365 Accountants Production Environment is created in Business Central Admin Center

Dynamics 365 - Home

Inorder to login in Dynamics 365 Accountant's Hub you can access to Dynamics 365 Home.

Conclusion:

To summarize, in this blog I demonstrated how to setup Accountant's Hub and how it shows up in Business Central Admin Center.
In the next blog I will be showing how to use Accountant's Hub along side with Business Central to collaborate with your Customers.

Hope this helps 😄

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