Microsoft Dynamics NAV

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Microsoft Dynamics NAV

A comprehensive set of business applications from Microsoft created by Danish-based Navison Software, acquired by Microsoft in 2002. Dynamics NAV includes business intelligence (BI), sales and service (CRM), financials, human resources, manufacturing and supply chain (inventory). This suite has also been known as Microsoft Financials, Navison Attain and Microsoft Business Solutions Navison Edition.

In 1984, Navison was founded as PC&C Aps (Personal Computing and Consulting). In 2000, it merged with Damgaard and was acquired by Microsoft in 2002. See Microsoft Dynamics.
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Memon said the customisation of Go Vacation's system included a seamless interface with Microsoft Navision to have real-time data transfer of all accounting transactions between Illusions and MS Navision, as well as the facility to automatically upload bookings from some of Go Vacation's top clients.
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The service pack enhancements further empower organisations that use Microsoft Navision 4.
The financial capabilities of Microsoft Navision 4.
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Vantage, built on a 100% service- oriented architecture (SOA), beat Microsoft Navision in an extensive two-month selection process based on its impressive 'out-of-the-box' capability, proven suitability for make-to-order (MTO) manufacturing, and large installed user base.
a Microsoft Certified Business Solutions Partner headquartered in Bloomington, MN, has become a leader in supply chain solutions by focusing extensively on Microsoft Navision software products.
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