The latest version of Dynamics NAV includes tighter integration with Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform, Dynamics CRM and Office 365.

Wayne Morris, corporate vice president of Microsoft’s Dynamics division, said NAV 2016 will help customers manage their organisations in a more effective way and use cloud computing to allow ERP tasks to be carried out remotely and on mobile devices.

On top of what we already have in NAV 2015, add all these great new features and you can see one very compelling ERP solution that will suit businesses of all shapes and sizes that can deliver a real return to your business.

Dynamics NAV 2016 sees a continued commitment to delivering NAV in the cloud, with an improved Office 365 and Azure experience along with NAV 2016 working natively with Dynamics CRM online.

Whether you are currently running an old version of NAV and considering an upgrade or looking for a new solution to take your business to the next level, NAV 2016 has available all the tools to make a real difference.

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Its top new features include:


 Improved Office 365 integration; NAV now works with Power BI so it is possible to effortlessly interrogate NAV data.


 Deployment on Azure SQL Server, resulting in a better Azure experience.


Enhanced desktop, web, tablet and new phone client will extend the reach of NAV and allow secure visibility of critical data anywhere and at any time across multiple devices.


Works natively with CRM Online for integrated cradle to grave customer engagement.


e-Everything functionality offering electronic invoicing, OCR and the ability of third parties to add in their own data sources.


Powerful workflow features enabling process automation which can be extended to incorporate specific business events.


New financial functionalities like posting preview, deferrals and Positive Pay (for US).


Improved engineering – a test automation suite will now be available to partners with releases every year and updates monthly.