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The Sunday Power Platform challenge - Business Central Case Study


The "Sunday Power Platform Challenge" has officially begun. Case studies in business Central are the focus of today's challenge. You can use the offered samples as guides when you conduct research in a certain field. Pick from services like stock monitoring, sales forecasting, supply chain management, CRM, and quality assurance.

The purpose of this competition is to demonstrate the use of Microsoft's Business Central for controlling a wide range of operational parameters. I want you to use your imagination and critical thinking skills to envision how Business Central could function in your industry. By taking part in this challenge, you'll learn how to streamline and optimize your business processes with the help of Microsoft's Business Central.

Use the provided topics for your case study, then share it with the world once you're done using the Google Docs template. Then paste the link in the comment of your completed case study to show it off. We're excited to see what you come up with for this challenge. Okay, so let's begin!

The Sunday Power Platform challenge

Introduction to Business Central

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Choose any one domain from the below

Inventory Control

Any business that deals with the influx and outflow of goods and materials needs to manage its inventory. Businesses can use Business Central to automate inventory tracking, provide warnings for low inventory levels, and optimize stock levels to optimize their inventory management procedures. ABC Company is one instance of a business that benefited from adopting Business Central for inventory management. Before implementing Business Central, ABC Company struggled to maintain track of its inventory levels and frequently experienced stockouts, which impacted the timeliness of its production and the satisfaction of their customers. ABC Company was able to manage its inventory levels in real-time, optimize its stock levels, and cut the number of stockout situations by half after using Business Central.

Management of sales

Any organization must have effective sales management since it involves controlling the sales process, making sales projections, and guaranteeing customer happiness. Organizations may manage sales activity, automate the sales process, and analyze client data with Business Central to boost sales performance.

XYZ Corporation is one instance of a business that uses Business Central to enhance its sales management. Prior to implementing Business Central, XYZ Corporation had trouble managing its sales process, which resulted in erroneous sales projections and low customer satisfaction. XYZ Corporation was able to automate its sales process, analyze client data, and increase the accuracy of its sales forecasts by 40% after deploying Business Central.

Chain of Supply Management

Managing the movement of products and materials from the supplier to the customer is part of supply chain management. Organizations can manage their supply chain, lower risks, and improve logistics processes with the help of Business Central.

PQR Corporation is one instance of a business that employed Business Central for supply chain management. PQR Corporation struggled to manage its supplier connections prior to implementing Business Central, which caused delays in their production schedules and greater expenses. PQR Corporation was able to manage its supplier relationships more skillfully, optimize its logistical processes, and cut its production expenses by 25% after deploying Business Central.

Management of customer relationships

Managing client interactions and guaranteeing customer satisfaction are both part of customer relationship management. By recording client information and reviewing customer comments, businesses may use Business Central to increase sales, raise customer satisfaction, and improve customer retention.

DEF Corporation is one organization that utilized Business Central for customer relationship management. DEF Corporation struggled to manage customer information and analyze consumer feedback prior to implementing Business Central, which resulted in lower customer satisfaction levels and fewer sales. Following the implementation of Business Central, DEF Corporation was able to analyze customer comments, track customer data more efficiently, and boost customer satisfaction levels by 30%.

Quality Control

In order to meet consumer expectations, quality management involves controlling the quality of goods and services. By monitoring quality metrics and examining client feedback, businesses may use Business Central to better their quality management process, decrease defects, and increase customer happiness.

GHI Corporation is one business that uses Business Central for quality management. Prior to implementing Business Central, GHI Corporation had difficulty monitoring quality indicators and reducing product flaws, which had a negative impact on customer satisfaction and sales. GHI Corporation was able to track quality indicators more efficiently after deploying Business Central, which also allowed them to cut their defect rates by 20% and increase customer satisfaction by 40%.

Template for the Case study to submit.

Title: [Name of the Company] Case Study: [Topic/Domain]


  • A brief overview of the company and their business operations

  • Explanation of the business challenges they faced in the specific domain/topic


  • Description of the key challenges faced by the company in the specific domain/topic
  • Explanation of the impact of these challenges on their business operations and bottom line


  • Description of how Business Central was implemented to address the challenges
  • Explanation of the specific features and functionalities of Business Central used to solve the problem
  • Description of any customizations made to Business Central to fit the company's specific needs


  • Explanation of the positive outcomes achieved by the company through the implementation of Business Central
  • Quantitative or qualitative data showcasing the success of the solution (e.g. cost savings, increased revenue, improved efficiency, etc.)
  • Description of any challenges faced during the implementation process and how they were addressed


  • Recap of the business challenge, solution, and positive outcomes achieved
  • Explanation of how Business Central can be applied to other businesses facing similar challenges in the specific domain/topic

Additional Considerations

  • Mention any additional considerations that could be helpful for readers to keep in mind when implementing Business Central in the specific domain/topic


  • List any sources or references used in the case study
  • You can customize the headings and subheadings as per your requirements, but this structure will help you cover all the important aspects of the case study.


Business Central's case studies will shed light on the platform's transformative potential across a variety of operational sectors. Business Central provides a wide range of features and functionalities that can improve efficiency, cut expenses, and boost income, from inventory and sales to supply chain, CRM, and quality control.

I'm hoping that by taking on this test, you'll gain insight into the ways in which Business Central can be applied to solve problems in a variety of industries. If you want your business to reach its full potential, I recommend digging deeper into Business Central and the other Power Platform technologies.

Please use the comment section below to share your thoughts on this challenge or Business Central in general. 

As promised, I'll see you at the next challenge.

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