15 June 2017
Microsoft Dynamics NAV has gone through a huge amount of development over the years, bringing new functionality, as well as meeting requirements for hot topics such as data security and cloud hosting, Internet of Things (IoT), etc.
However, it is still the same things that make people really want a new ERP solution. One of the first things that gets mentioned in any conversation with a prospect is “we have a lot of different systems and we want everything to be integrated on one system”. Here is why.
14 June 2017
The Microsoft Dynamics range of business software products are market leading, in terms of both functionality and popularity. Because of my position in the company, I tend to see most of the sales enquiries that come into the business and for the last few years I have seen confusion over which product people are after. Now that Microsoft are leading with their Microsoft Dynamics 365 brand, people are confused over the existing products as well as the new ones! To help out, I thought I would put together this little guide.
09 June 2017
One of the benefits of Office 365 is the continual updates that they are providing in functionality, be it user experience or administration tools. See the video with Jim Naroski, which covers the following areas:
05 June 2017
Although it isn’t unexpected, the big news from Google at the end of last year is that they are splitting their search index – prioritising mobile indexing over desktop websites to better provide information to the end user.
This is big news as the decision made by Google will affect all of us. If your website does not conform to the mobile standards set by Google, you may find that your website gets left behind.
05 June 2017
Microsoft Dynamics NAV® maintains an accounting ledger for recording all financial transactions and a separate ledger to record the stock and movements of inventory items, together with their inventory value. This should of course reconcile to the corresponding general ledger accounts but how do you ensure that it does? This blog explains the process you use to do this. The blog assumes you have some knowledge of Microsoft Dynamics NAV. Please click on the images to enlarge them.