NAV 2009’s Role Tailored Experience: The Glitz and the Grunt Work

March 12 2009

Using the role-tailored user profiles that ship with NAV 2009 are supposed to be a great benefit to companies. Optimized pages are ready to go for different roles in an organization.  But as in a carefully choreographed cooking show in which the onions are diced, and the meat is trimmed before the cameras roll, so too are the user profiles of the pre-defined NAV roles a deceptively simple outcome of a series of less-than-glamorous activities.

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Just to say I am interested in getting on with this MS application as some job adverts now emphasize it. I hope to get on well, and that it will help my future job search. Thank you.