Deloitte helps Runaya implement Microsoft Dynamics 365

08 July 2021 2 min. read
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Mumbai-based manufacturing technology startup Runaya has become one of the first Indian businesses to deploy Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central – a cloud-powered business management solution. Deloitte helped Runaya with the implementation. 

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is a far-reaching tech overhaul for small and medium enterprises. Features include quicker, more reliable and secure cloud transitions; data-backed business insights; unified dashboards for financial and performance visibility in real time; better customer service management; and optimised supply chains – among several others.

Following a successful implementation in record time, Runaya is now equipped with this high-impact product suite – putting it well ahead of the curve. “We are really excited to be one of the first to implement Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central in India,” said Runaya co-founder Naivedya Aggarwal.

Deloitte helps Runaya implement Microsoft Dynamics 365

“It is an important milestone for us as Business Central will greatly help us in achieving the desired operational efficiency and bring more agility and intelligence in our processes and operations.”

Agility and intelligence are worth their weight in gold for Runaya – a 2017-founded firm made up of young entrepreneurs, looking to usher in a more digitalised and sustainable manufacturing sector in India. The firm explores advanced and emerging Industry 4.0 technology and its potential for manufacturing – with a focus on the resources sector. 

Helping implement their new solution was Big Four accounting and advisory firm Deloitte – leveraging its in-depth digital transformation expertise. Deloitte India partner Gautam Kapoor positioned the project in the backdrop of a thriving entrepreneurial sector in India. “Enabling a robust Indian-bred start-up ecosystem is at the heart of Deloitte’s strategy,” he said. 

“Runaya’s successful implementation of Microsoft Business Central before the due date marks a milestone where start-ups are adopting digital transformation to stay ahead of the curve. Through our focused leadership direction and knowledge-driven counsel, we have been able to collaborate for this extraordinary milestone.”

And a well-oiled Runaya operation spells good news for India’s economy as a whole. The country has been looking to build up its domestic manufacturing capacity, with Covid-induced disruptions to global supply chains creating new opportunities in the space.

Digitalisation will be key to realising potential here – putting Runaya’s proposition at a premium.