So at Microsoft’s World Partner Conference in Orlando which I attended last week they announced some more details of the next version of NAV which will, as expected, be called Dynamics NAV 2016. While I’ll leave the detail of how to use the new features to other blogs I thought it would be good to cover the business process they will enable.
Obviously it’s not released yet so I have to be careful to stick within the information that Microsoft have disclosed publicly and not break my non-disclosure. I apologise if that means I cannot give enough detail to help direct your strategy at this point.
In this 9-part series, we’ll look through the features within Dynamics NAV 2016.
This post is part of a 9-part series. A link to all the posts in this series are below (updated as published);
- Part 1: First Public Sight
- Part 2: Dynamics NAV 2016: Functionality
- Part 3: Dynamics NAV 2016: CRM
- Part 4: Dynamics NAV 2016 : Office 365 with PowerBI
- Part 5: Dynamics NAV 2016: Workflow
- Part 6: Dynamics NAV 2016: e-Everything
- Part 7: Dynamics NAV 2016: Windows
- Part 8: Dynamics NAV 2016: Engineering
- Part 9: Dynamics NAV 2016: Azure