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Reporting capabilities for Dynamics 365 Business Central

For decades, developers have had the possibility to develop reports based on various data sources. With the new version of Dynamics 365 Business Central, developers, key users, and consultants can build reports and modify them without development experience. Our session will show you how to create a report from scratch, the possibilities of RDLC, Word, and Excel layouts, and when to use them. We will show how we can easily monitor reports execution in Telemetry and track eventual problems. When standard reporting is not enough, users can utilize BI reporting through Power BI and share reports with colleagues. Join our session about reporting capabilities within Dynamics 365 Business Central.

Renato Fajdiga


Renato Fajdiga is a Microsoft Dynamics NAV/365 Business Central consultant and blogger with over 8 years of experience implementing Dynamics NAV/365 Business Central. He is currently an ERP product manager for Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations and a consultant for Dynamics 365 Business Central, where he works on implementing various Dynamics 365 solutions. From fall 2018, he is MVP and MCT focusing on Business Applications, especially Dynamics 365 Business Central, Power BI, Power Apps, Power Automate. He enjoys every day learning new technologies and concepts that optimize customers' processes. Sometimes he gets inspiration and dives into code, but one thing which is for sure his motivation is to solve problems with Dynamics 365 Business Central posted by the community.  

Milan Milincevic


When I was in college I started my career as a .NET developer. In the meantime, I graduated and moved to another city where I accidentally bumped into Dynamics NAV. Step by step, I was more and more in love with it. And now I am a Dynamics 365 Business Central developer with a little knowledge of .NET and JavaScript. Since we have a great community that I have been following for some time now that motivated me to start my blog mmilince.com. I started writing about real-life Business Central things which could help other devs also.