With a global network of Dynamics 365 Business Central partners that develop localization apps, Microsoft is able to roll out the product to new markets rapidly. They have published the first three partner-developed localization and translation apps on AppSource, bringing Dynamics 365 Business Central to South Korea, the United Arab Emirates, and South Africa.
DEEX Korea has released apps to bring the Korean translation and VAT & E-Invoicing functionality.
United Arab Emirates
Alfazance Consulting has released an app to bring local functionality for VAT Reports and Exports.
Braintree has released apps to bring local functionality for VAT Automation, Invoicing, and B-BBEE Scorecard.
Customers in these new markets can visit their homepage to learn more about the product in general, and are encouraged to request to be contacted by the localization partner directly through AppSource to learn about local functionality and purchasing options. Over the next few months more partners are expected to release translations and local functionalities through AppSource to bring Dynamics 365 Business Central to new markets; keep an eye out on this blog for announcements.