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Understanding Extensions in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016

In Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016, you can use Extensions to deliver customizations and extensions, making upgrades seamless and providing the functionality to best suits users’ needs. In NAV 2016, Extensions are a new feature called that enables partners, ISVs, and customers to customize and extend Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016, without directly altering the source code. […]

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New Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 Productivity Enhancement Highlight: NAV Web Client

NAV 2013 contains exciting new features and enhancements that extend the value of Microsoft Dynamics NAV throughout the organization by making more users more productive. MICROSOFT DYNAMICS NAV WEB CLIENT Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 includes a new Web client that enables users to access NAV from virtually any device with an Internet browser. This web browser […]

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Top 5 Reasons to Select Microsoft Dynamics NAV for Your Wholesale Distribution Accounting Software

Microsoft Dynamics NAV provides accounting and finance solutions to help you track and analyze your business information. With end-to-end integration, you can efficiently manage your general ledger, payables, receivables, inventory, analytical accounting, fixed assets, and cash flow, in addition to performing bank reconciliations and collections. Microsoft Dynamics NAV Accounting Functionality can even manage your financial processes across multiple […]

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Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 Feature Highlight: Supply Planning Enhancements

Effective production and supply planning is a careful balancing act. The goal for most production companies is to optimize supply planning to avoid stockout and backorders, and reduce ordering and inventory costs.  This requires agility to handle changes in demand as well as visibility into and control of the supply and demand of materials to […]

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Supply Chain Management Features in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013’s Starter Pack-Part 2 of 2:

PURCHASE LINE DISCOUNTING: Manage multiple item purchase price discounts that you have negotiated with individual vendors as based on such parameters as minimum quantity, unit of measure, currency, item variant and time period. The best, as based on the highest discount, unit cost is calculated for the purchase line when the order details meet the […]

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Supply Chain Management Features in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013’s Starter Pack-Part 1 of 2:

Effective production and supply planning is a careful balancing act. The goal for most production companies is to optimize supply planning to avoid stockout and backorders, and reduce ordering and inventory costs.  This requires agility to handle changes in demand as well as visibility into and control of the supply and demand of materials to […]

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Wholesale Distribution and Microsoft Dynamics NAV-Part 2; How Financial Information is Used Throughout the Enterprise

Financial management information forms the foundation of business success. Organizations achieve better performance and planning when financial management data is measured precisely and then made available to decision-makers within and beyond the finance department. In addition to enabling the essential bookkeeping functions, effectively managed financial management information enables organizations to plan, forecast, and track performance […]

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Wholesale Distribution and Microsoft Dynamics NAV-Part 1; Challenges Facing Distributors & How Technology can help!

Wholesale distributors occupy a middle position in the supply chain between manufacturers and secondary distributors or retailers for a wide range of durable and non-durable goods, industrial goods, and consumer products. This positioning presents unique challenges to profitability. In today’s competitive global marketplace—where supply networks are becoming increasingly complex and customers demand more choices, faster […]

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