From the Blogs: The Key Differences Between Dynamics NAV and AX May Lie in the Details of Functionality and Implementation

Both Microsoft Dynamics NAV and AX solutions have similar functionality, but what are the real differences between each product? Recent blog postings by consultant Adam Roue on the Dynamics User Group web site suggests that because of surface similarities, it takes some experience to appreciate the differences.


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Trying to determine

Trying to determine differences between versions of Dynamics and which would be best for our needs.