At their core, most ERP solutions have essentially similar capabilities. This makes it hard to find the differences between systems and decide which is right for your business. This issue is further complicated by the fact that Microsoft Dynamics provides four industry-leading solutions, two of which are the most similar:
However, there are some essential differences that can make your decision easier. We recently pointed out 5 indicators that companies should look for to see if Dynamics GP is the right choice. On the flip side, here are 4 signs that
- You operate an international business that requires localization – While both systems can handle international transactions, multiple languages, and multiple currencies, Dynamics NAV was designed with international business needs in mind. You can take advantage of the benefits of having a solution built for your international business with enterprise capabilities in each of your locations, without an enterprise price tag.
- You want built-in industry functionality and personalization – Dynamics NAV includes industry specific functionality built-in to help you save on the unique capabilities you need to do business and beat your competition.
- You know you want to customize or modify the system – Dynamics NAV was coded so that customization and development happens within the system, making modifying the solution a breeze for organization who want to truly make it “their own.”
- You need support for manufacturing processes – Manage every aspect of production with capabilities already in the system. Take advantage of production orders, bills of material, supply planning, and capacity requirements planning capabilities to help you boost operational efficiency.
If you still aren’t sure which is the best fit for your business,
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By Socius, an Ohio Microsoft Dynamics NAV Provider (www.socius1.com)