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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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In addition to Navision Manufacturing, Navision Software US will introduce two other industry-specific software solutions for distribution and Internet commerce.
Navision Manufacturing has the functionality needed in a manufacturing system to solve the most pressing issues facing manufacturers today.
Although software companies often insist they operate as "partners" with their resellers, few actually have the kind of intimate relationships that Navision encourages.
Balser co-founded Navision and served as the company's CEO for 18 years.
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This first major product release by Microsoft Navision following its acquisition by Microsoft in 2002 was developed at Microsoft's Vedbaek, Denmark, campus, the company's largest development centre outside the US.
For organizations that rely on manual planning and straightforward production processes, Microsoft Navision 4.
Not Modules To be more responsive to your needs, Navision products are comprised of Granules -- or accounting functions, rather than more traditional modules.
The Windows-maker of sidestepping taxes have been charged by organisation through buying Navision with its sister firm Microsoft Denmark and then re-selling it to its US counterpart for billions below market value.
After examining a host of integrated industry-specific products, they selected Microsoft Navision - a customizable ERP software that could meet H&M Bay's growth and integration requirements well into the future.
Despite snide looks on the ground -- there was friction after Damgaard was removed from the company name, Navision Damgaard, in March -- the third quarter figures, announced a few days after the conference reflected a more positive image.