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Phenomenal growth of Microsoft Dynamics NAV

There has been phenomenal growth in terms of organizations adopting Microsoft Dynamics NAV in the last couple of years, specifically last year, i.e. 2014. See the graphs showing a comparison of the number of customers using Microsoft Dynamics suite of products, including, NAV, AX, SL, GP and CRM for two consecutive years, 2013 and 2014.  * The data is used from what Microsoft declared in Convergence 2014.  Graph image source: www.erpsoftwareblog.com It shows that the gro...
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A Brief History of Time (spent in the ERP marketplace)

Confession: This blog is no way connected to book titled "A Brief History of Time", authored by the greatest Physicist of our times Dr. Stephen Hawking. “It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor, the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change” – Charles Darwin. We all have read this in our Biology classes, when we were younger. And most of us have seen “The Only Thing That Is Constant Is Change”...
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New Tools in NAV 2013 (the less talked about ones) - Concluding Part

This part (as I said in my previous blog), will contain some more new tools and features focusing on NAV Development and Administration areas. I will start here with the Development and IDE changes and additions. 2.     Development/IDE Enhancements XMLPort is runnable from Object DesignerYou can now run XMLPorts directly from Object Designer through Dynamics NAV Server. This means that we don’t have to write code to test the XMLPort import/export result contra...
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New Tools in NAV 2013 (the less talked about ones) - Part 1

For some time now, I have been thinking about compiling on a list of new features and subtle tools in the latest version of Microsoft Dynamics NAV, typically those which generally do not find their mention in the What’s New documents, because they are probably outshone by the more glittering and heavy weight features. There are almost always some of these less shining ones, which are quite handy and useful, but are not highlighted anywhere. So, I thought to put some of these into my first ...
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