Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 will be the next major release, due later in 2014

Microsoft Dynamics NAV GM Erik Tiden speaking at WPC 2014
Microsoft Dynamics NAV GM Erik Tiden speaking at WPC 2014 

Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 will be the next major release of the product, and it will offer easier upgrades, better integration with Microsoft products like Office 365, and add new mobile device support.

The NAV team confirmed today at Worldwide Partner Converence 2014 (WPC), revealing the name of the release after years of using the code name "Crete".


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Name misspelt

Erik Tiden, not Eric.


Fixed that, thanks.

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Release Dates?

Release Dates?