Serenic's New User Interface for Microsoft Dynamics NAV Reinforces Attractions of NAV Market

A Canadian ISV says it's improved on Microsoft Dynamics NAV's technology and functionality by coming up with a new user interface targeted at nonprofit and nongovernmental organizations.

The announcement by Serenic Corp. underscores new data suggesting that Microsoft Dynamics NAV may well have a wider market presence than many ERP experts realized.
Serenic Corp. announced the release of Serenic Navigator 2009, which it said features "a new user interface and greatly enhanced user experience."

Serenic Navigator 2009 simplifies access to information, improves organizational agility, streamlines integration with a variety of applications, and enhances reporting, the company says.


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