9 Not-So-Obvious Improvements to Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013
After working with Microsoft Dynamics NAV for more than seven years now, I was prepared for the latest release - NAV 2013 - to be one of the most important releases in the history of this ERP product. After all, this is a release with a lot of firsts - first time with a powerful web client; first full integration of Office 365 with NAV; first time integrated with Azure, the Microsoft platform for cloud ERP, and more.
What I wasn't expecting, though, were all the less obvious improvements within NAV 2013 for users. Once I got under the hood and starting working with NAV 2013 (which is the technology platform beneath the vertical-specific software we make and implement) I realized just how many smaller features have been enhanced or added to make a big difference in the daily lives of NAV 2013 users. I list some examples of these less obvious improvements here.