Microsoft Dynamics comes in many different flavors: Microsoft Dynamics AX, GP, NAV, SL, 365 Small Business, and 365 Enterprise.  These are all very different systems that provide similar functions, which makes it extremely confusing for first-time buyers.

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Here's some background information on the different versions of Microsoft Dynamics:

  • Microsoft Dynamics AXOriginally Axapta, Microsoft Dynamics AX is an enterprise ERP product.
  • Microsoft Dynamics GP: Originally Great Plains, Microsoft Dynamics GP is a mid-market ERP product with loyal users and strong ISV support.
  • Microsoft Dynamics NAV: Originally Navision, Microsoft Dynamics NAV is another mid-market ERP product with loyal users. NAV is known for its flexibility and strong manufacturing and distribution capabilities. 
  • Microsoft Dynamics SL: Originally Solomon, Microsoft Dynamics SL is an ERP product specializing in project-driven small- and medium-sized business. MS has outsourced all development and support for SL, moving it to the end-of-life stage.
  • Microsoft Dynamics 365Microsoft Dynamics 365 is two separate products.
    • For Enterprises: Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations (Released 2017) – Combines Dynamics AX with Dynamics CRM and does not compete in Acumatica’s target market.
    • For SMB’s: Dynamics 365 Business Central (Released 2018) – A cloud version of NAV. Has more functionality then QB and is therefore a good option for QB replacement.

Below is a comparison grid that shows some additional information about the differences between Acumatica, Dynamics, and NetSuite: