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My company is currently on NAV 2009 R2 Classic and we want to move to NAV 2018. There have been quite a few programming changes made to the old software mostly to match our pricing program, however we also would like to reclassify our products in newly created item categories, product and posting groups and re-vamp our chart of accounts. We would also like to leave behind some of the old data (if possible keep the last 2-3 years) as the database is over 100 GB now and our weekly maintenance and backup takes over 20 hours to completely execute, not to mention only about 6,000 of the 20,000 items are active SKUs. Is it advisable to do an upgrade from the 2009 to 2018, or should just do a new implementation?
I would prefer fresh Implementation
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