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What is Microsoft Navision ERP?

Microsoft Dynamics NAV is a fully integrated ERP system that connects you to your business partners and gives you control over the day-to-day activities of the company.

Microsoft created the ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) solution Microsoft Navision or Microsoft Dynamics NAV to help with business administration. Most ERP users in every country call it NAV or Navision.

This program for managing small and medium-sized businesses' operations, finances, supply chains, and analytics can handle various business operations.

Dynamics 365 Business Central, one of the most well-liked high-end integrated management systems in the world, oversees the operations of more than 120,000 companies in a variety of industries across more than 165 countries.

This program has some CRM (Customer Relationship Management) features, which is not unusual. You must choose the Microsoft Dynamics Suite, which includes both the CRM and ERP systems, if you wish to use the CRM functions as well.

Users of Microsoft Navision ERP can automate the time-consuming and repetitive tasks of accounting, buying, operations, sales, finance, and inventory. Because automated tasks are no longer a part of consumers' regular routines, they are more productive.

Functionality/Capabilities of Microsoft Navision (NAV)

Microsoft NAV has limitless potential and a wide range of tools that simplify business administration. It includes a range of modules to meet the following commercial needs:

  • Business intelligence and reporting: Obtain data and live visibility to track performance and make wise decisions. Thanks to Microsoft's tight integration with other products like Word, Excel, and Office 365, business data can be exhibited, analyzed, and visualized with better presentations and reporting.
  • Manufacturing: Keep track of all orders and deliveries, and provide users with real-time data updates.
  • Finance: Manage all financial and accounting procedures with ease, whether they relate to assets or currencies.
  • Human resource management: Maintain records, manage employee data, monitor attendance, and provide reports.
  • Planning a project: Utilize the features of NAV's Capacity Management, Multiple Costs, Budgeting, Phases/Tasks/Steps, and Job Suite to create estimates, monitor projects, and manage capacity.
  • Supply Chain Management: Maintain the entire supply chain, including the possibility of new product development, delivery, refunds, and inventory management.
  • Service Management: tracking customer inquiries, creating tickets, managing orders, and producing reports.
  • Warehousing management: Order sending and receiving can go more quickly with accurate inventory data.
  • Marketing and Sales: Manage all customer-related information, including contracts, agreements, customer questions, and marketing activities.