Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009's Web Services Likely to Attract Serious Partner and ISV Involvement

In the introduction of NAV 2009 at Convergence Copenhagen 2008, it was the role-tailored user interface that got most of the attention in demos by Microsoft corporate vice president Kirill Tatarinov and others.

But, according to Mike Ehrenberg, Microsoft's chief architect for Dynamics products, "The web service capabilities are one of the coolest things."

The big reason, explains Jan Silleman, a Microsoft general manager and chief overseer of Dynamics NAV, is it "provides a major opportunity for our partners."

And he says he's had feedback that "this is something of high interest to them. They have started building solutions."


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