Continuously developed to keep up with the changing business needs
Microsoft Dynamics NAV is under continued development to meet the new needs of entrepreneurs and accommodate changing trends and technologies. System developers ensure that each subsequent system version offers new values and innovative capabilities that facilitate users’ work. The system has undergone immense transformation in recent years. For example, the Microsoft Dynamics 2017 version has been extended with innovative and revolutionary solutions and tools such as Cortana Intelligence, Microsoft Flow or PowerApps.
In addition, functional enhancements have been introduced in the areas of financial management, jobs, inventory management and CRM. Microsoft Dynamics NAV also offers an improved user experience, including system setup and configuration.
Moreover, NAV 2017 is the next step towards the integration of Microsoft solutions, along with deeper integration with Office Outlook, Microsoft Excel, Power BI and Microsoft Bookings,
Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 offered many innovations for business management. Therefore, starting from this version, the system has been recognized as a simple and intuitive business management tool. New functions ensure both swift implementation and fast upgrades. The most outstanding features included mobile client, E-everything, more than 60 enhancements for the Web client, workflows, enhancements for the financial management area, native integration with Azure SQL, Power BI and CRM apps.
With increased flexibility, NAV 2015 has become faster to implement and easier to use compared to the previous versions. This version provides an improved user interface, deeper integration with Office 365, cash flow management functionality and tools for automated mapping of modifications from NAV 2013 to NAV 2015. In addition, the system became available in the tablet client version.
The NAV 2013 release was really revolutionary. The system was enriched with a variety of new features. These enhancements included integration with OneNote, increased capabilities of Web clients, RapidStart tools, cash flow forecasting, cost accounting, as well as assembly management and other.
The Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 version was the first one to provide the Role Center along with personalization and customization capabilities for users and user roles. The system offered a unique user experience that boosted efficiency and productivity. Enhanced capabilities also included Microsoft Dynamics CRM integration and business data visualizations.