on 27 January 14
An Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software by Microsoft, the Microsoft Dynamics NAV is intended to assist small and medium sized organizations with their core functions including manufacturing, finance, supply chain, customer relationship management, e-commerce, and analytics.
The Microsoft Dynamics NAV has had many versions to it since its takeover from PC&C in 2002. It began with the Navision Financials 1.00 version, the latest being the Dynamics NAV 2013. Each time Microsoft has tried to improve the user experience by working on core features and functionalities.
For organizations already using the Microsoft Dynamics NAV, the new features introduced in the NAV 2013, is worth taking look at.
Core Functionality enhanced: The NAV 2013 has been customized with a new look and feel making it more user-friendly. The functionality has been kept in line with the Microsoft suite with enhanced usability for efficient and smarter work.
New Cloud Deployment capabilities added: The advent of the cloud has compelled businesses to rethink their otherwise traditional business strategies and models. The NAV 2013 has added cloud deployment facilities allowing business to take full advantage of this new technology.
Unicode compatible: The NAV 2013 now supports Unicode, simplifying the need for additional Citrix and SQL hosted environments. This is advantageous for international companies in particular who wish to expand their businesses globally.
Web Client feature: Using the WEB Client feature, the NAV can now be accessed from just about anywhere and on any device that supports a web browser. Along with enhanced accessibility and usability the security has also been improved to ensure critical information cannot be misused.
RIM replaced with Rapid start: The Rapid Implementation Methodology (RIM) has been replaced by the Rapid Start feature that allows for automated and faster implementation of the NAV setup.
Integrations in Excel: Data can now be refreshed instead of the tedious task of sending them out each time. In fact, the NAV 2013 allows for both copying from NAV and pasting to Excel and the reverse therefore making it even simpler to be used.
Whether you should upgrade now or not completely depends on whether you have the requirement, budget and time at disposal to handle the upgrade and provide the requisite training to your employees.
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