As 2016 draws to a close, it’s the perfect time to start thinking about all the changes you want to make in 2017. Rather than swearing to spend 2-hours every evening in the gym or vowing to turn your back on chocolate once and for all, make a more achievable resolution; make 2017 the year that you improve your business efficiency. On paper, it might sound just as difficult as hitting the treadmill at 6 am every morning for the next 365 days, but with Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017, this resolution could prove to be a lot easier!
We’ve just added the much-anticipated NAV 2017 Capability Guide to our Quick Guides for Microsoft Dynamics NAV download page. You can get a copy of your own to read from cover to cover, but we thought we’d give a bit of an overview.
Whether you’re buying your first ERP solution or replacing an existing one, here’s why you should consider NAV in 2017. And since the document is a comprehensive guide to the new-look NAV, we thought we’d split it into two parts.
First, we’ll focus on the basics.
If you’re not a regular reader of our blog, you might be wondering what Microsoft Dynamics NAV is.
In a nutshell, it’s a multi-language, multi-currency business management solution that helps small and mid-size businesses from around the world manage their accounting and finances, supply chain, and operations with one simple, integrated solution. What’s more, Microsoft Dynamics NAV is fully scalable, so it’s easily adapted to the specific needs of a business as it grows and changes.
With NAV 2017, it’s never been easier to manage your finances and operations, whilst growing your sales. It provides some fantastic opportunities for enhancing business productivity. It's also vital for supporting and encouraging growth within an organisation.
NAV is available exclusively through Microsoft Dynamics Certified Partners. Luckily, at ERP Central it’s our job to help businesses find the perfect NAV partner with specific experience in their industry sector. They’ll not only help in the planning and implementation of the software but also provide ongoing support.
Microsoft Dynamics NAV is available with various licensing options, all of which our partners will talk you through. You can find out more on our NAV licensing information page.
One option is the Starter Pack, with core financials and distribution functionality.
Alternatively, the Extended Pack offers extra functionality with industry-specific extensions.
Businesses can define user access depending on how much information an individual needs to see. Customers also have the choice of purchasing their NAV license up front or by paying a monthly fee to a service provider.
In Part 2, we’ll go into more detail about the functionality that’s available. In the meantime, you can get in touch with our team to discuss your NAV options.
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