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Financial Management ERP Features in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016

Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 has just been released with new ERP functionality in mobility, business insights and cloud services for Small to Mid-Sized Organizations.  Microsoft continues its commitment to making investments in their ERP Solutions and planning on a determined “Roadmap” for new product releases.  NAV continues this journey with NAV 2016. This post will […]

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Financial Management ERP Functionality in NAV’s Extended Pack

Microsoft Dynamics NAV is a robust and mature Business Management ERP System designed for growing Wholesale Distribution and Manufacturing companies.   The Extended Pack is for growing, mid-market or high functional needs companies who are looking for an adaptive solution with a broad set of functionality along with core financials and trade functionality including: Basic Financials Management […]

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Financial Management ERP Functionality with NAV’s Starter Pack

Microsoft Dynamics NAV is a robust and mature Business Management ERP System designed for growing Wholesale Distribution and Manufacturing companies.   Starter Pack is for companies who need core financials and trade functionality including: Basic Financials Management (General Ledger and Fixed Assets) Basic Supply Chain Management and Basic Sales Management (Sales, Purchasing and Inventory) Professional […]

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Financial Management Benefits of Transition off Legacy ERP Systems

Legacy ERP or Entry-Level accounting systems are adequate until your company grows and then there are typically limitations in accounting system functionality, data base performance, or even adding additional users, that can keep your company from growing and keep you “Boxed-In”! As your Wholesale Distribution company expands, you will notice an unacceptable delay in the […]

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