Microsoft Dynamics NAV

posted Feb 17, 2010, 9:03 PM by Shahid Hussain   [ updated Feb 28, 2011, 12:50 AM ]

  
Microsoft Dynamics NAV was created to offer small-medium sized businesses extensive, sophisticated features at an affordable price
. Microsoft Dynamics NAV is a comprehensive and customizable solution that addresses Financial Management & Accounting, Manufacturing, Business Intelligence, Sales & Marketing, Distribution, Purchasing & Payables and more. It integrates with other Microsoft products such as Office, SQL Server and Windows, and has Portal capabilities that enable the creation of websites featuring employee, customer and partner access.
 

Why We Like Dynamics NAV

Our prime focus and offering during initial period 6-12 months to Dynamics NAV and then extended to Dynamics AX and Dynamics CRM. MS Dynamics NAV is deliberately flexible, enabling customization to meet specific business/industry needs. It will integrate with external software packages and can adapt to changing needs and conditions. At BITS we have extensive experience with Microsoft Dynamics NAV. We like it, because:

  • Navision will adapt to the way you already do business rather than forcing you to do business it's way;
  • Navision's native features are sufficiently broad and deep that you rarely need to purchase 3rd-Party add-ons;
  • Smaller companies can be spared the cost of licensing an SQL database because Navision runs on its own reliable proprietary database. (You can upgrade to a SQL database at a later time if your growth justifies the expense.)

Microsoft offers two editions of Microsoft Dynamics NAV: Business Essentials and Advanced Management. When you select an edition, you license the number of users who will use the components. If you need functionality beyond what's included in the edition you choose, you can add additional components to compare what's available with each edition, as well as add-on components. BITS can help you decide which edition is right for your needs.

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