13 Jan 2014 3:47 PM In my previous posts, I described two simply methods of using NAV for non-NAV users. These was standard NAV and Excel integrating features. Now, I will go another step forward. We still need to know working in Excel, not in NAV. I will use specific BI solution. In this case, I will present a BI4Dynamics solution. This is number one Business Intelligence for Microsoft Dynamics NAV (by my opinion). It is designed to make you up and running in couple of hours. It’s fast to implement, easy to configure and simple to use. Because of that, I think this is one of the best BI solution for NAV. BI4Dynamics provides rich business intelligence capabilities to companies of all sizes with delivering tremendous business content. Business data from Microsoft Dynamics NAV is processed into BI4Dynamics data warehouse to provide new insights and enhance performance. OLAP cubes and predefined Excel reports include rich KPIs and cover all Microsoft Dynamics NAV application areas. There are exist a few models for buying. All of them, you can try free for 30 days and after that you can decide are you want it or no. You can find the next single and additional modules: Sales Purchase Inventory Receivables Payables General Ledger Account Schedules Manufacturing Service Management Sales Orders Purchase Orders Fixed Assets Jobs & resources If you need more modules in the same time, you can buy for less price, next packages: Standard Package: Includes 6 modules -> Sales, Purchase, Inventory, Receivables, Payables, GL & only 1 Company Enterprise Package: Standard Package + Any 4 Additional Modules (by your choice) + 3 Companies (in total) + Incremental Update Enterprise Unlimited: All Modules, Unlimited Companies, 1 Additional Source Besides these standard modules and packages, you can buy independent Incremental Update, Additional Source and Additional Companies. You can buy BI solutions for vertical solutions, as well: IEM - Industrial Equipment Mfc Pebblestone Fashion LS Retail … In this post, I only describe all what you can by. In next post, I will describe one module as example.