Upgrading Microsoft Dynamics NAV: How Planning and Automation Can Save the Day
In 2002 Nissin Foods USA realized that its 20-year-old accounting and business management system was beginning to be a liability rather than an asset. In addition to being outdated, the system was not integrated. The legacy accounting software and homegrown sales, manufacturing, and distribution systems weren't talking to each other making the company prone to errors and inefficiencies.
After much consideration, the company turned to Microsoft Dynamics NAV and went live in February 2005, realizing immediate benefits over their legacy system. But by 2009 it became clear that the successful migration to Dynamics NAV was not the end of the story, according Ruben Haritoonian, MIS/IT Director at Nissin Foods USA, speaking at a recent online meeting of the Dynamics NAV User Group.