Looking to Dynamics NAV 7, Microsoft Talks Productivity, Architecture Transition, More Integrated Features

As it gears up to release the next version of Microsoft Dynamics NAV-NAV "7"-Microsoft Corp. is focusing on helping customers, users and partners be more productive faster.

The company is also working to help partners take advantage of new business opportunities through software-plus-services and other enhancements to NAV, according to Todd Bergeson, Product Marketing Manager at Microsoft, and Microsoft's Statement of Direction for NAV.

Bergeson spoke yesterday at the  Dynamics NAV User Group's "Future Direction of Dynamics NAV" online workshop.

According to Bergeson, NAV 7, set for release in 2011-2012, will improve business processes for customers, while providing customers a broad horizontal platform on which they can build vertical solutions.


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