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Dynamics 365 Business Central 2022 release wave 1 (BC20) Released.

Hi Readers,

As we all were expecting Microsoft have Released Business Central 2022 Release Wave 1 Yesterday a.k.a BC20.

In this article we will see what all is announced with the General Availability. 

Starting Today Customers & Partners can start using Business Central 20.

#msdyn365bc #bc20

With General Availability, we can -

  • Setup Docker Container.
  • Customer on SaaS (new environment) will be created with Business Central 20.
On-Prem Product Available for following 22 countries & W1 Release -

  • AU-Australia
  • AT-Austria 
  • BE-Belgium 
  • CA-Canada
  • CZ-Czech Republic  
  • DK-Denmark 
  • FI-Finland 
  • FR-France 
  • DE-Germany 
  • IN-India
  • IS-Iceland 
  • IT-Italy 
  • MX-Mexico 
  • NL-Netherlands 
  • NZ-New Zealand 
  • NO-Norway 
  • ES-Spain 
  • SE-Sweden 
  • CH-Switzerland 
  • UK-United Kingdom 
  • US-United States of America
  • RU-Russia 
  • W1 

Exciting News with General Availability - 

If you are a customer in SaaS or if your customers are using Business Central SaaS then at the max you have 60 Days before your environment gets upgraded to BC 20.

What's Next -

  • Microsoft have already scheduled a Launch Event on April 20. You can register here for Launch Event -
List of Sessions in Launch Event - 

  • What’s new in Financial Management 
  • Introducing: Shopify and Business Central
  • What’s new in Project and Warehouse Management
  • What’s new in Manufacturing and Planning
  • What's new in Bank and Payment Reconciliation & Bank Deposits
  • Introducing Health & Uptake Monitoring of Application Features
  • What's new: Extending Business Central's Email Capabilities
  • What's new in the Client - for Users
  • What's new in Power Platform
  • What’s New: Improvements to Data Synchronization using Dataverse
  • What's new: Working with Microsoft Teams
  • What's new: Working with Files in OneDrive and Outlook
  • Introducing: Excel Layouts for Business Central
  • What's New in Visual Studio Code and AL
  • Introducing: Do-it-yourself CI/CD made easy with AL-Go for GitHub
  • What's new in the Client - for Developers
  • What's new in Server and Database
  • What's new in Telemetry
  • What’s new in Permissions 
  • What's new in Delegated Administration of Business Central
  • What's new in Cloud Migration

In coming weeks, I will be exploring product and will be posting either post / videos about what's new in Business Central 2022 Release Wave 1.

Stay Tuned.

Saurav Dhyani


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