Features Of Microsoft Dynamics NAV

Document reporting in NAV 2013 is based on the RDLC 2008 format (RDLC 2010 in NAV 2013 R2). Reports are edited partly in the NAV Development Environment and Visual Studio. NAV 2013 R2 includes a free report editor. Any reports will render in either Screen preview, PDF, Word or Excel formats, depending on the user's needs.
NAV 2013 also supports the OData format. With OData support in NAV 2013, Excel pivoting can now be done without knowledge to SQL specifics, limited to only those fields available for RTC views.
Features of Dynamics NAV
Running NAV on SQL has made it possible to use MS Excel Power Pivot to access all data in NAV via SQL login. But with OData support in NAV 2013, Excel pivoting can now be done without knowledge of SQL specifics, thus giving 100% access to filter any data in NAV, with no restrictions. (Versions 2009 R2 and later allow the default restriction of 5,000 records to be changed via editing a config file.)

The NAV client interface previously available in versions 5 and older was retained in NAV 2009, but renamed the Classic Client, making NAV 2009 the only "hybrid" version, offering both the Classic and the RTC interface.
While the Classic Client supports both Native and SQL databases, the RoleTailored Client requires a SQL database. Additionally, SQL database logins are not supported with the RoleTailored Client.

In October 2012, Microsoft released NAV 2013, which discontinued support for the Classic Client. The RoleTailored Client has been renamed the Windows Client. Additionally, a built-in Web Client and SharePoint Client were added. The Web Client does not require any special add-ins and works on computers and mobile devices alike. The report-building and database access that had been previously available with the Classic Client is still available and used as development tool to modify the system by customers and by a reseller (consultant).

after the installation is complete. The Pascal-like development language is easily accessible to appropriate developers and is designed for rapidly customizing the software.

In first quarter of 2014 NAV reached 102.000 current customers.  An increase of 8.000 in under a year.
As a native international ERP, Microsoft Dynamics NAV is available with 43 official localizations and several unofficial ones (provided by local partners).
The NAV solution is also compliant with IAS/IFRS.
Microsoft Dynamics NAV delivers integrated functionality to provide support for:
  •  Financial management
  • Supply chain management
  • Manufacturing
  • Distribution
  • Customer relationship management
  • Sales and marketing
  • Service management
  • Human resource management
  • Project & Resource management
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