How Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Will Use the "Role-Tailored" Interface to Allay the Fears of Reluctant Users


Microsoft now owns and develops Microsoft Dynamics NAV, which is an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution acquired from Navision Software in 2002. In the final quarter of 2008, Microsoft plans to release what some consider to be the first “Microsoft-flavoured” version since buying the Denmark-based software company. Dynamics NAV is already a highly-successful, award-winning ERP solution but the forthcoming release is set to bring something quite extraordinary to the middle-tier business solutions market.

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About David Roys
David Roys is a Dynamics NAV programmer and consultant with Intergen, New Zealand's most experienced provider of Microsoft-based business solutions. He is a Microsoft MVP for Dynamics NAV and co-author of Implementing Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009. Additional thoughts, tips and tricks from David can be found on his blog, Gaspode's Brain Dump.

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