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One of our clients is currently using the GB version of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 R2. This is being used in a number of other European countries. However, they are now intending to open a new outlet in the US and thus, they require the US functionality such as the Sales Tax.
What is the best approach to handle such a request? Is it possible to integrate the US version functionality into the GB version?
Also, one of their other request is to open an outlet in Russia. This time, the issue we have is that Dynamics NAV 2009 does not support Cyrillic Languages. The SQL database is set with a Latin Collation. If we introduce Russia into the database, some Russian characters inputted by the users will not be supported in NAV. Does anyone know of any solution to this?
You'll need a specific granule for the country localization, so answering your question, you cannot implement US specific functionality into a GB version. Same problem with Russian version.
If your scenario is based on multiple countries, you can:
- Configure multiple licences (one for each country), and consolidate your info on another database.
- Move to Dynamics AX.
...you might algo have another option: customize the requirements that you need (through coding and configuration)...but I didn't recommend it.
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