Microsoft Dynamics Navision 2013
Microsoft Dynamics NAV originates from Navision, a suite of accounting applications which Microsoft acquired in 2002.
Microsoft Dynamics NAV delivers industry-specific functionality along with multi-language and multi-site capabilities. Its integrated development environment enables customizations with minimal disruption to business processes. Designed to work like other familiar Microsoft applications, it’s adaptable for when more power and functionality is needed.
The product itself has gone through several name changes over the time. Initially “Navigator” was used in Denmark, although most Danish users knew it as “IBM-Navigator”, as IBM distributed the software. Internationally it was sold as “Navision”, except in the U.S., where it was called “Avista”. The names “Navision Financials”, “Navision Solutions”, “Navision Attain”, “Microsoft Business Solutions – Navision Edition”, and – as of 2014 – “Microsoft Dynamics NAV” (pronounced N-A-V, except in the U.S. where most customers simply say “nav” – short for “Navision”) have all been used to refer to this product.
Overview of Course
If you’d like to learn the basic concepts of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2, this on-demand course is for you. Find out what you need to know about the basic concepts of enterprise resource planning (ERP), how to personalize the user interface, and how to navigate in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2. This session also covers the use of basic functionalities, such as filtering, searching, entering data, and other typical user tasks in common application areas, like Finance, Inventory, Purchases, and Sales. The course highlights the most important technology concepts of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2, and it concludes with an overview of all the application areas in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2.
How Does Microsoft Dynamics Ax Architure Help a business?
Fast to implement, easy to configure, and simple to use
Meet changing business needs without disrupting your operations or your IT budget – and make the most of your current IT investments.
Microsoft Dynamics NAV provides the flexibility to set up your system for today’s business requirements, as well as a reliable platform for change and growth.
Provides positive return on investment
What qualities/skills in trainees help
- Communication Skills (Especially listening and documenting).
- Education qualification: BE, BTech, B.Sc ,Msc, ME, MTech .
- Good at Coding language
- Good Algorithm knowledge
- Fresher and also experience candidates