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Microsoft Dynamics NAV Has No Future – NOT – Microsoft’s Plan to Continue Enhancing NAV


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For years the rumors have gone around that Microsoft Dynamics NAV (formerly Navision) is going away. Of course Microsoft probably did the most to start these rumors with the former Evergreen project that was designed to meld all the Dynamics ERP offerings into one platform. That project has gone silent, but Microsoft’s commitment to NAV and rolling out new releases into the future has not.

In December of 2011, Microsoft released their “Statement of Direction, Product Strategy and Roadmap for Microsoft Dynamics NAV”. Although it is a high level overview of going forward into the future, it does confirm their commitment to the product.

Some of the highlights are:

  • Full Cloud Support
  • Full Web Client Support (no local PC software needed)
  • Free Jet Reports Express
  • Free Zetadocs Express
  • Microsoft Dynamics ERP RapidStart Services
  • Continued base functionality enhancements.

To read more about this, please click on the paper above. They say it better than I ever could.

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By Karen Wevick, Clients First Business Solutions, Mississippi and National Microsoft Dynamics Gold Partner also located in Alabama (AL), Tennessee (TN), New Jersey (NJ), New York (NY), Minnesota (MN), Texas (TX), and California (CA).

2 Responses to “Microsoft Dynamics NAV Has No Future – NOT – Microsoft’s Plan to Continue Enhancing NAV”

  1. ben5k says:

    Nearly made an heart attack while reading the beginning of the article 😀

  2. waldo says:

    I had to read this article to understand the title .. now I get it :-).