The Business Case for Microsoft Dynamics NAV Upgrades: A Partner Details the Costs, Benefits

February 4 2016

There's a big difference between "working fine" and working optimally. Still, a good many Microsoft Dynamics NAV users stick by their out-of-support pre-2013 installs because they don't break down. And with yearly updates, perhaps keeping up with Dynamics NAV releases has simply become a burden they would rather avoid.

The fact that older versions of Dynamics NAV don't fall over is a testimony to how solid the product is. Still, Dynamics NAV 2013 and earlier releases simply lack the capabilities and future opportunities of NAV 2016.

About Dann Anthony

Dann Anthony Maurno is a seasoned business journalist who began his career as International Marketing Manager with Lilly Software, then moved on as a freelancer to write for such prestigious clients as CFO Magazine; Compliance Week;Manufacturing Business Technology; Decision Resources, Inc.; The Economist Intelligence Unit; and corporate clients such as Iron Mountain, Microsoft and SAP. He is the co-author of Thin Air: How Wireless Technology Supports Lean Initiatives(CRC/Productivity Press, 2010).

Dann can be reached at dmaurno@guidepointmedia.com.

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rajivkumar1000's picture

We are on NAV 2013R2. We also have a lot of customisation done and the upgrade from 2009 was a huge effort. Should we be exploring an upgrade to 2016? What will we gain from it? Rajiv Kumar CEO Proactive Data Systems Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi, India