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.


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About Dave Parker

Dave Parker is a Senior Business Analyst with JustFoodERP, a company of IndustryBuilt Software. He has more than seven years of Dynamics NAV experience, and has previously worked as an analyst for Weston Bakeries. He is always thinking about software implementations from both a technical and plant floor perspective. When Dave is not at a customer's site, he's home with his two young children, playing around on the piano or ball hockey. Dave can be reached at dave.parker@justfooderp.com.

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