Microsoft Dynamics NAV product team aiming for broad appeal, growth in SMB space

When it comes to the future of Microsoft Dynamics NAV, Redmond is aiming squarely at the small to midsize market.  That ranges from the smallest companies with one to four employees to firms with up to 250 or more employees, said Marko Perisic, Director of Program Management, Microsoft Dynamics NAV, speaking an a virtual town hall meeting hosted by NAVUG.

The technical foundation of NAV 2015 will allow the team to focus on agile development cycles and incremental improvements, with the ongoing goal of gaining market share and broadening the product's appeal across the SMB market segment.

Targeting SMBs


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