Are you looking for the perfect solution to efficiently manage service operations in your organization? The Service Management module within Business Central got you covered. 

This module encompasses a range of functionalities to efficiently manage service- related operations like handling service orders, resources, contracts, scheduling, and billing. The Service Management features within Business Central empower companies to surpass customer expectations and enhance brand loyalty. 

As the Service Management module is seamlessly integrated into Business Central, there’s no need for additional software or integration efforts to implement it. Importantly, it directly integrates with your ERP functions, such as accounts receivable (AR), general ledger (GL), warehouse management, and customer billing, maximizing efficiency and coherence. 

Which Industries Require the Service Management Software 

Service Management in Business Central caters to various service-oriented industries, including field service, maintenance, and professional services. It is also applicable to a wide range of industries, including repair shops, installation services, landscaping, and computer sales and servicing. This module assists service-oriented companies in delivering continuous service to their customers, whether it involves warranty or maintenance support, or on-demand repairs and upkeep. 

Key Features of Service Management in Business Central 

Here’s an overview of the key features and capabilities:  

Service Orders and Contracts: Create and oversee service orders for tasks like repairs, maintenance, installations, service statuses, schedule and warranty claims. Define service contracts detailing service item, service time, profit, warranty periods, service levels, billing arrangements, and customer entitlements. 

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Resource Management: Allocate and oversee resources such as personnel, equipment, and materials required for service tasks. Assign tasks based on availability, skills, and location. 
Work Order Management: Manage work orders detailing labour hours, parts usage, and expenses. Track work order progress and completion status. 

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Scheduling and Dispatching: Schedule service activities and dispatch tasks to field service personnel with detailed instructions. 

Service Item Management: Define and manage service items, including spare parts and consumables. Track inventory and consumption of these items. Track the warranty percentage along with start and end date. Define the preferred resource of the item.  


Service Billing and Invoicing: Automatically generate invoices based on predefined billing terms upon completion of service tasks and contracts. Automate billing processes for accurate invoicing and sending the invoice to customer.  

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Service Analytics and Reporting: Utilize reporting and analytics tools to gain insights into service performance, resource utilization, and profitability.  

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For robust reporting and interactive dashboard, POWER BI can be integrated with Business Central for a comprehensive insight into service operations, and insights, enabling informed decision-making, streamlined data analysis, and optimized service delivery.