The next generation of business applications

Unleash your organization’s potential by breaking down data silos to connect customers, products, people, and operations.

Drive digital transformation with a new approach to business applications

Break down silos created by traditional enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) solutions for a comprehensive view of your customers and operations.




Modern ERP offers dashboards that give you an outline of your finances, allowing you to tap into the real-time information anytime and anywhere, and helping you save time by automating daily tasks and including tracking competences that help with your business’s regulatory acquiescence.

 Human resources

Modern solutions allow you to track employee performance and identify HR issues before they occur, as well as offering ways to run company data and streamline employee management tasks, like payroll, hiring and other devoirs.


Thanks to this function, you will enhance business communication, automate daily processes and offer manufacturers the ability to fulfill customer needs and manage resources. You will also be able to optimize project and cost management, as well as production planning.

 Supply chain

Modern solutions offer dashboards and business intelligence to help you get a handle on your inventory management. You can save time and money by automating these processes with ERP, especially if your company is still entering information manually and trying to track down inventory in your warehouse.




Next-generation, multi-channel applications that imbue artificial intelligence (AI), mixed reality, social, and mobile capabilities for rapid innovation come by virtue of Drive business.


By connecting business applications through a common Microsoft cloud platform, you can endow people to do their best work unifying relationships, processes and data.


Leading AI and analytics technologies with built-in intelligence and prescriptive guidance are bound to make you achieve greater business outcomes.


Aim to thrive as your business changes, on a flexible, scalable and secure platform, by building new solutions, extending existing applications, and integrating with other technologies.

Standard Pack & Pricing 


£ 100 .00

/ month
  • User cost varies among region
  • Number of users can be changed as business needs to evolve
  • Unified Operations
  • Marketing Applications


£ 1.000 .00

/ project
  • Prices diverge depending on number of apps and type of configuration required
  • Setting up accountability
  • Web design and e-commerce set up
  • Integration with payment gateway


Ask Us

  • Almost everything you can imagine can be developed.
  • Unleash your organization’s potential
  • Customizations made by adding modules to core.
  • Chat with support team

Why Digital Branding Ltd?

We believe we can transform businesses through digitalization, improve the perception of your brand and help you reach new clients.

Best Price/Value ratio

Do more with less: compromised to offer the best price/value ratio of the market.

Best Technology

We partner with industry leader suppliers and thoroughly test our solutions to ensure seamless integration and smooth behaviour

Simplified Management

At Digital Branding Ltd you just have to talk with one supplier for all your digital related services. These simplifies management and accounting.

Financing Options

We offer several financing options. See our financing plans in Financing Options

Great Support

Our support team is always available to help. 24.7.365.

Dev's with Business Mindset

Our team will provide all the support you need to get your site ready. From design to engineering, we build the whole solution.


Microsoft Dynamics 365® is a suite of cloud-based, Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) applications, structured as an easy upgrade for what was Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online®, but not as a simple upgrade for other traditional Dynamics ERP offerings. Microsoft began offering in the fall of 2016 as a full Software as a Service (SaaS) business application.

According to Microsoft, the general gist of Dynamics 365 is that it’s a series of applications that can, in combination, provide an all-in-one, prospect-to-cash ERP solution for all of your business needs. In case you don’t need all of the functionality provided by all of the apps, you can save money by only subscribing to the apps that you do need. In addition to offering seven main modules, as seen in the picture below, Microsoft has also launched an app marketplace called AppSource, where apps developed by partner resellers and Independent Software

Vendors (ISVs) can be purchased to add functionality to the primary offerings from Microsoft. The screenshot below shows the applications currently being featured on the Microsoft website:

Unfortunately, most of these apps aren’t using terms that we’re familiar with in the world of ERP solutions.

As you can guess by looking at the diagram above, the new CRM-related modules of Dynamics 365 are well-developed and offer extensive functionality. One of the most exciting capabilities of Dynamics 365 is the “artificial intelligence” built in to the sales-related aspects of the software. This artificial intelligence integrates with Microsoft Office 365 to draw data from CRM accounts, emails, calendar appointments, social marketing accounts, inventory, accounting, and more. Dynamics 365 uses this data to provide useful information and make helpful suggestions to keep your sales team on track. The most exciting new features of Dynamics 365 are more fully explained in this “First Look” presentation by Microsoft. 

Microsoft has big plans for Dynamics 365. Customers are demanding development of a Payroll application to integrate smoothly with the software’s other functionality, so that’s probably first on the priority list.

After that, Dynamics 365 for Operations and Dynamics 365 for Financials will be expanded and updated.

Currently, much of what Dynamics 365 offers is simply a rebranding of the traditional on-premise Microsoft Dynamics® AX and Microsoft Dynamics® NAV products. The most significant difference is a change in the pricing and packaging structure. Businesses can subscribe to individual applications, which means that it’s possible to pay only for the features that users need. Another main difference is that Dynamics 365 is a fully multi-tenant application. (In this regard, it is a logical successor to Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online, which was the first multi-tenant Microsoft Dynamics application.) This means that all users are running the same version of the software and will all receive updates at the same time. It also means that customizations are limited. In the future, Dynamics 365 will likely offer more high-tech features similar to the artificial intelligence currently offered in the CRM-related apps. The theme of business intelligence is heavily emphasized in Microsoft’s marketing, as well as the ability to seamlessly integrate Dynamics 365, Office 365, and other Microsoft software. In addition, the fact that Dynamics 365 is designed specifically for the cloud means that the software offers a degree of mobility and flexibility that the traditional Dynamics offerings could not provide. As with most cloud-based offerings, the Dynamics 365 software will be well suited for continually developing upgrades and add-ons to meet the needs of markets as they change. 

Microsoft offers various pricing bundles for the Dynamics 365 apps, which can be viewed here. The major distinction made in these bundles is between Enterprise edition and Business edition. Simply put, Enterprise edition is Microsoft’s software bundle designed for bigger companies and the operations portion is built from Dynamics AX, while Business edition is designed for smaller companies and the financial capabilities built from Dynamics NAV. The key difference between these two editions is that the Enterprise edition includes the Dynamics 365 for Operations app, and the Business Edition includes the Dynamics 365 for Financials app. The Operations and Financials applications are mutually exclusive financial suites, which means businesses would subscribe to one or the other, but not to both.

This depends greatly on the potential cost of the product implementation for your business. For businesses who are current users of Dynamics AX, Dynamics NAV, switching to related functionality within Dynamics 365 will require, at a minimum, data migration. However, for other businesses this will require a full implementation of the ERP software so the cost of implementation will be significant in relation to the cost of the licenses, just as it can be with any other ERP solution. On the plus side, the structure of licensing for individual applications will definitely help some businesses reduce their ongoing costs.

Given that Dynamics 365 is still in the toddler stage of its life span, it’s hard to say which industries would benefit the most from implementing this software. As more third-party integrations are developed, these add-on applications will likely play a significant role in determining how well Dynamics 365 might fit the needs of a particular business or vertical. At the moment, Dynamics 365 seems to best suit any companies which require excellent CRM software but do not have unusually complex accounting needs. And of course, companies can also choose to subscribe only to the CRM applications and use an accounting solution other than the currently provided by Dynamics 365.