Microsoft Dynamics NAV


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Microsoft Dynamics NAV is an enterprise resource planning (ERP) software suite for midsize organizations. The system offers specialized functionality for manufacturing, distribution, government, retail, and other industries. The system was originally developed by Denmark-based Navision A/S until it was acquired by Microsoft in 2002.

Microsoft Dynamics NAV offers applications for financial management, human resources management, manufacturing, multiple and international sites, project management, sales and marketing, service management, supply chain management and business intelligence. The functionality is particularly designed for manufacturing and distribution sector. The system is known for being highly customizable and partners have developed a long list of industry-specific configurations to serve various vertical markets.

Microsoft Dynamics NAV deploys on the Windows operating system and Microsoft SQL Server, and is developed in the .NET framework, all of which are core Microsoft platform technologies. This offers customers a tightly integrated stack from infrastructure to application. The system is deployed on-site or hosted for an additional fee.

 

Microsoft Dynamics NAV - Flexible Billing & Pricing
 
  • Microsoft Dynamics NAV - Flexible Billing & Pricing
    Flexible Billing & Pricing
  • Microsoft Dynamics NAV - KPI
    KPI
  • Microsoft Dynamics NAV - Role Tailored Client
    Role Tailored Client
  • Microsoft Dynamics NAV - Serial Number History
    Serial Number History
  • Microsoft Dynamics NAV - Asset Utilization
    Asset Utilization
  • Microsoft Dynamics NAV - Financials
    Financials
Sistemas operativos compatibles:
Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Navegador web (independiente de SO), Windows 2000, Windows 8, Windows 10

84 reseñas sobre Microsoft Dynamics NAV

 

Usuario verificado Especialidad: Contabilidad Número de empleados:  201-500 empleados Número de empleados:  201-500 empleados

21/1/2019

21/1/2019

Fuente de la reseña: Capterra

Accounting Intern

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It is good

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Categories of Account Receivable, Account Payable, and General Ledger

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it has lot of information that I need to learn

Ashley R. Especialidad: Bienes de consumo Número de empleados:  13-50 empleados Número de empleados:  13-50 empleados

17/9/2019

17/9/2019

Fuente de la reseña: Capterra

The new way to do business

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Our business is running smoother since changing but we are slowly getting everything in the new system. It is taking some time but it easy to find orders/invoices when you know what to look for. I use it daily to send invoices, correct price errors, correct PO numbers.

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I like that we are able to have all of our stages in one program. From our quotes to our invoices, we can keep track of the progress of each transaction. You can search by customer, order number, PO number, amount and there are many more options. After some training and a better understanding of how accounting works, I have excelled at understanding what needs to be done to correct issues or fix errors. I appreciate the ability to put notes on each quote, order, and invoice.

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I wish there was a little more features such as having automatic invoices from multiple vendors but I think they may be working on that. I also wish there was a creation date for invoices and not just a posting date. I also wish there was a way to link invoices after you have made a change/correction such as the PO number being incorrect. Once you change the PO number, you have no idea that it went to another invoice.

Lora L. Especialidad: Construcción Número de empleados:  13-50 empleados Número de empleados:  13-50 empleados

19/9/2019

19/9/2019

Fuente de la reseña: Capterra

Pretty easy to navigate, but the screen formatting needs adjusted

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We use the collections module, sales, purchasing, service cost, job cost, subcontractor module, and more. We use purchase orders and 3 way matching and use dynamics for a wide range of use.

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You can easily adjust titles to be in red or have distinctive features to stand out, but it is not always easy to do on the financial module and you cannot do it when using features like smartlist.

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The inability to generate certain reports (you have to set them up yourself) which can be VERY time consuming.

Scott M.

30/7/2013

30/7/2013

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I have worked in the supply chain for 5 years now and have experience with 3 different ERP's. Our old ERP was limiting, though it was also fairly straight forward. The biggest issue seemed to be how incredibly date sensitive how ever without requiring dates at the same time. This pushed the change to a new ERP and Microsoft NAV was chosen through their partner company Just Foods.

A truly bizarre system, the flow of documentation through the program makes little sense and over complicates what would normally be easy transactions. For instance Purchase Orders follow this document flow - First the purchase order is created once you receive your order, a warehouse receipt document is created and received in. However, once it is received in the warehouse, the receipt document disappears and becomes a posted receipt document (both have completely different document numbers that don't connect to each other). At this point your original Purchase order has been changed to reflect what ever was received in, and you have to have a second column to view what you originally ordered. Otherwise, figuring out if you over or under received is difficult at best. Now once the invoice comes in and is posted against the posted warehouse document, your purchase order disappears. The only place your purchase order exists in its original form is the in Purchase order Archive, which was never mentioned to us during implementation, forcing us to call Just Foods later on and pay for their customer service.

This same, strange flow of documents, that are essentially intermediary documents only existing to complete a transaction, over complicate what should be a straight forward shipping and receiving process. There are some other basic functionality issues, like figuring out what day you actually shipped or received an item. The easiest way to figure that out seems to require access to the warehouse functionality, which you may or may not want people to have. We get a lot of errors where the tables are locked with other users, and you are just stuck until the report or other person finishes up. The Dimensions on lines can mysteriously disappear, even though the G/L Code and Department code show as filled out in the order. Our MRP has never worked correctly, so in general, we are forced to use Excel to put together our production schedule. All in all, its a sub-par program that you can tell is 5 or 6 different original programs that have been slapped together to try an resemble an ERP system.

Now having said all that, obviously I am looking at this from a supply chain perspective as it is what I do. Perhaps on the accounting end it has some ease of use, but due to how difficult it is to understand on the operations end, the accounting rarely comes out correct due to faulty information in the system. On the positive side there do seem to be a million different ways to do the same thing in NAV, and many of the built in reports are extremely useful assuming that the information in the system is correct.

Yessica R. Especialidad: Hostelería Número de empleados:  201-500 empleados Número de empleados:  201-500 empleados

13/6/2019

13/6/2019

Fuente de la reseña: Capterra

Great software to support accounting processes!

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A great tool for everyday accounting processes: reports, invoices, and managing different outlets within the company.

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It is easy to run reports, since all the data you might need is in there. We use it to make invoices, and pro-forma invoices. It is great to have and keep our customer's database updated. It's easy to add new data. Be able to customize the data you use it everyday is a big plus.

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Managing this software requires a lot of practice. You have to get familiar with it before run important reports and invoices. If there are too many processes at once, it can run slow and even block you out, so you'll have to wait until the system get less busy.