When businesses work with functionality in centralized and integrated systems resource planning becomes an essential part for them. When it comes to operating retails and resource planning organizations think about MS Dynamics or SAP. Being both the leading systems in their field it becomes confusing to select the better option for the organization. Even though Sap is faster for implementation and has scarcer disruptions of service, MS dynamic is easy to use and relatively flexible. Today we will check out some differences between Microsoft Dynamics and SAP for a better understanding of them.
The criteria’s by which we will be differentiating them are
• Functionality
• Pricing
• Implementation and integration
• Services for customers

While upgrading the system the first and utmost worry is about the implementation and adaptation of it. To adapt seamlessly any software must have intuitive design and transparency in its use. No vendor will explain to you prior whether software fulfills this need or not. Every user must be able to achieve the specific goals with efficiency, effectiveness, and satisfaction in the context of use.
If compared, SAP to MS dynamic in functionality, SAP has standardized features but with complicated UI. Whereas, MS Dynamic has many features that are user-friendly, and web-based UI.

When it comes to pricing every organization considers it as the most important aspect. But it looked in it many organizations admit that they have gone beyond their expected cost as they haven’t considered the indirect costs while purchasing.
If compared, MS dynamic has the flexibility of opting out and adding the features as per organization requirements. They provide a free trial, various ranges of plans and also allow a request for quotes. In SAP, it provides a less costly option for standard features. But they don’t include various plans or trials but provide quotes.
MS Dynamics are feasible for a wide range of devices reducing the cost of new tools as an added benefit.

Implementation and Integration
This measures the ease by which any software can be integrated into an organization, system, or how easily the teams get adapted to it. To avoid the derailing of a new system while converting to it companies must ensure strong planning and execution. They also fail to project possible required changes during implementation. The vendor must ensure the implementation seamlessly without any issues to be addressed by the company.
MS Dynamic in such cases is a better option as it provides flexibility in features that avoid integration with other tools and MS product is compatible as well.
SAP implementation is shorter in time as it has standard features. Its switching is more compatible with third-party tools.

Services for Customer
It is important as every company depends on customers.
MS Dynamic provides 24/7 support, through training, online and telephone guidance also. Whereas, SAP provides customer service through Email which is missed by the MS Dynamic along with other live services online and telephone.
In this debate of MS dynamic and SAP, the winner will always depend on the user requirement.