Navision Attain will evolve from Navision Financials and is already for sale in Australia and South Africa. It promises to deliver, e-commerce, customer relationship management and service management.
‘Our customers face increasing demands from their customers, suppliers, distributors and partners,’ said Bo Theilgaard, executive vice president, product organisation at Navision.
‘To stay competitive, our customers need a business management solution that enables them to share information and makes it easy for them to respond and adapt quickly to changing demands and market conditions,’ he added.
The company claims Attain’s functionality helps organisations streamline daily administrative tasks and use the Internet to respond to new revenue opportunities.
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