Mid-range vendor Navision confirmed it has no plans to merge or discontinue any of its products in the UK following the launch of its management solution Attain.
The company was showcasing its latest product at the Softworld Accounting & Finance show in Birmingham and told Accountancy Age it is confident it now offers what the market needs.
It also believes it is the furthest down the ERP2 route, a spokesman for the company said. ‘We now have a totally integrated solution covering the entire mid-range and have no plans to change our offerings,’ he confirmed.
Meanwhile the company said it had fulfilled all the basic levels of product accreditation in the UK but is discussing more advanced versions.
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