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All I Want for Christmas is an ERP

We all know Santa Claus exists. It’s a fact. However, did you know that it takes more than magic to ensure his operations run at an optimal level? By using an ERP system Santa has all the tools and visibility to guarantee that the world’s (nice) children receive their presents on Christmas morning. Electronically Manage [...]

NAV 2013 Report Issues

Anyone who is thinking about deploying NAV 2013 via Citrix, Terminal Services, or virtual desktops may get a bit of a surprise: none of the reports will print properly unless you take additional measures. The issue is not specifically a NAV bug, it's due to RDLC/SSRS issues when running remote sessions. This has been an [...]

The NAV 2013 Universal XMLport

In a previous post we introduced a dataport that could be used to quickly bring data into any NAV table without any coding. It's a great little tool that is almost immediately obsolete with the release of NAV 2013. Luckily, we have a solution for that: the DMS Universal XMLport. NAV 2013 DATA IMPORT OPTIONS [...]

How to Use MVC.Net on the Dynamics NAV Database Structure

[icon style="icon-arrow-down-a" url="/microsoft-dynamics-nav-resources/software-downloads/mvc-net-web-application-download" target="_self" lightbox_content="" lightbox_description=""] Download MVC.Net Web Application [/icon] So you’ve been asked to make a web portal for some Dynamics NAV data. You also have a desire to stay current and would like to take advantage of some of the newer web development frameworks out there. You’ve seen or heard great things [...]

Web Integration Options in Microsoft NAV

You’re a developer, and you’ve been asked to make a part of MS Dynamics NAV web accessible. Great! It’s out of the box in NAV 2013. Uh oh, it’s not 2013 yet? No problem, you still have options and should probably consider licensing, architecture, and integration interfaces soon. Licensing The first step is get licensing [...]

Software Build vs. Buy: What’s Best for You?

I’m currently in the process of buying a new house. I have two options: buy an older home that has as many of the necessities I’m looking for as possible, or build a new house that is customized to my preferences. The pros and cons are obvious for both, but making a decision between them [...]

In-Depth Bank Reconciliations in Microsoft NAV

I like it when thing lines up as they're supposed to.  Maybe it’s a slight degree of obsessive-compulsive disorder on my part, but my personal well-being is dependent upon keeping certain aspects of my life in a state of tranquility. When it comes to my operations, and especially my finances, I don't want to come across any [...]

How to Balance Project Agility and Predicitability

A project manager is often seen dancing in the wilderness of scope creep, balancing resourcing constraints on the head of the budgetary needle, dealing with the inevitable boogeymen on the road to integration.  Your role as a PM, in short, is to remove obstacles that enable real progress. A formalized project implementation methodology and accompanying [...]

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