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Microsoft Dynamics NAV (Navision) 2013 at a glance

Microsoft Dynamics NAV (Navision) 2013 combines comprehensive ERP capabilities with an intuitive user interface, business intelligence and reporting tools, and full integration with Microsoft’s product portfolio, plus new options for deployment and connecting.

New features and enhancements

Powerful application functionality such as Cash Flow Forecast, Cost Accounting, Assembly Management, Timeline Visualization foster deeper insight into the operations and processes that drive your company and give you greater control. Other capabilities include improved query and charting enhance data access, analysis, and presentation.

Improved margins can follow when you empower your people to work more efficiently and productively. Exciting new features including Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 web client, SharePoint client, refined RoleTailored capabilities, and increased general ledger flexibility extend the power of Dynamics NAV 2013 throughout your organization.

Faster time to value is a reality because it’s easy to learn Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 and get it installed and running quickly, whether you deploy on-premises or in the cloud.

New deployment options

SharePoint client – A key feature in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 is the interoperability with Microsoft SharePoint 2010. You can combine SharePoint and Dynamics NAV to build a powerful site.

Web client – The Web client enables users to access NAV from virtually any device with an Internet browser. This new capability lets you provide access to more users, provides an intuitive interface in the context of job role, and offers you more choices for deploying NAV.

Connecting Web Parts with NPF and Microsoft SharePoint 2010 – With NAV 2013, you can set up and connect web parts in SharePoint showing NAV pages and data, leveraging existing SharePoint investments in branding, theming, and advanced SharePoint customizations.

New and Improved Server – NAV 2013 includes support for 64-bit editions of Windows operating systems and Microsoft SQL Server, Unicode support throughout the application, easier set up and continued focus on aligning with the Microsoft stack.

Visual Update of Client to Office 2010 – The Action Pane has been redesigned and is now referred to as the ribbon. Similar to the ribbon in Microsoft Office 2010, the redesign provides easier access to actions and commands.

Customer Productivity Improvements – Improvements include the familiar functionality found in other Microsoft products, such as Select All and Paste.

Storing Redesign – More users can post sales and purchase orders at the same time – without locking the G/L tables. And a new Dimension Set Entry table has been added so dimension sets are stored once in the database, reserving database space and improving overall performance.

Read more about the features and benefits of Dynamics NAV 2013 or check ArcherPoint’s Dynamics NAV 2013 blogs.

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