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Last week, Lars Agger and I had the opportunity to travel to Rome, Italy for the annual Directions EMEA conference. (For more info on the conference and how Catapult was involved read our post, Catapult’s Microsoft NAV 7 SharePoint Client Demo Debuts at Directions EMEA). The big excitement around the sold-out conference was the upcoming release of NAV 7, or as it will now be known, NAV 2013. We were able to see a pretty in depth preview of the amazing new application and I wanted to share what our team is most excited for with Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013:
The overarching theme of the new Dynamics NAV 2013 is the One Microsoft concept. One Microsoft refers to Microsoft consolidating its business applications into one to provide an all-in-one solution for businesses. This will see the integration of the Cloud, a new SharePoint client, and many others to deliver the most effective business solutions to customers.
The Cloud is here!
Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 is the first Microsoft Dynamics ERP product to provide the cloud offering. It’s adding the new cloud deployment options and capabilities on Windows Azure – Microsoft cloud platform.
Cloud is a significant shift for the traditional business model. We have to rethink the strategies and the way we implement ERP. To be able to succeed in the cloud shift, it requires us to deliver the solution quicker, more agile, more cost effectively, and more repeatable…
NAV 2013 Architecture Re-design
Other Significant Features:
New Query object type
OData web services
By Jeff Tang, Senior Technical Lead, Catapult ERP, Calgary and Vancouver, Canada Dynamics ERP Partner