Microsoft Dynamics NAV roadmap takes on big data, simple upgrades for the mid-market

In his opening keynote at Convergence 2014, Kirill Tatarinov, Executive Vice-President of Microsoft Business Solutions proclaimed that 85% of businesses lacked the capability to harness the power of Big Data to achieve their business dreams. He promised big innovations from Microsoft to enable their customers to tap the full potential of the insights locked in their critical business systems.

In the Dynamics NAV General Session that followed, Jesper Lachance-Ræbild announced to a packed room that NAV 2015, also known as "Crete" and scheduled for release in early 2015, would feature extensive business intelligence capabilities for mid-sized businesses.


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About Elliot Fishman

As CEO of Catapult, the only firm that is dedicated to delivering managed services and long-term support to organizations using Microsoft Dynamics NAV and CRM, Elliot's accountabilities including setting vision, providing leadership and driving alignment, and ownership of the company brand and promise to customers.

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