Version 3.7 of the management suite provides tools that are designed to allow businesses to streamline internal processes, particularly in the areas of financial management, supply chain management, customer relationship management and ebusiness.
The software giant claimed that the redesigned features in the latest Navision release, including enhanced wholesale and distribution capabilities and a more intuitive user interface, made the product more easier and cheaper to deploy.
‘Overall, Navision 3.7 is an easier solution to implement and use,’ said Kati Hvidtfeldt, group product manager for Navision at Microsoft Business Solutions in a statement.
‘We aim to support the end-to-end processes of midmarket companies, regardless of their industry, by providing a flexible structure and functionality that supports their unique business needs.’
According to Microsoft, customer feedback has been considered when redesigning the product. The firm said that it has made the offering more modular by breaking down elements which can be purchased only if needed.
As an example it cited the Warehouse Management System module, which has been divided into four modules: warehouse receipt, warehouse shipment, pick and put-away. Depending on the level of complexity required, customers can pay for the elements they choose.
Navision 3.7 is shipping through Microsoft Certified Business Solutions Partners.
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