Microsoft Announces Dynamics NAV 2013 Release Candidate 1, Dan Brown's Departure from NAV R&D

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The Microsoft Dynamics NAV R&D team has cut its "RC1" release candidate according to a new blog post by Dan Brown, the general manager of NAV R&D.  Brown also revealed that he is departing the NAV team and will be succeeded by Microsoft newcomer Erik Tiden.

Brown takes a moment in his post to call out what he sees as some of the highlights of the new release.

On performance and architectural improvements:

"The runtime investments increase performance and scalability for transactions and reporting. They're also built to run optimally on Azure as well as to improve partner-hosted performance."

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