Microsoft Dynamics NAV is one of the most popular Enterprise Solution today being used by Small to Mid-Sized companies. What makes this robust business management solution so desirable is the enterprise technology management of financials, supply chain, sales, purchasing and warehouse functionality along with deployment options.  Dynamics NAV is a scalable solution that can be deployed on-premise or in the cloud and customers can access their solution through “Role Based” interfaces on their desktop, in a browser, or with a native mobile app on a tablet or mobile device.

With Microsoft Dynamics NAV you can do more on the go, in the office, or at home with different client opportunities such as:

Windows Client

Microsoft Dynamics NAV Windows client, where the starting point is the Role Center. The Role Center can be customized to users individual needs based on their role, company, and daily tasks and is also present in any of the other client types below

Web Client

With the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Windows client, supports the Microsoft Dynamics NAV features as the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Windows client. The Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web client gives users access to Microsoft Dynamics NAV data over a network, such as the Internet. Being browser based the user can access NAV from anywhere with no client installation

Tablet Client

Microsoft Dynamics NAV Tablet client is targeted at users in small and medium sized businesses that want to access data from a tablet. Some of the advantages of offering tablet solutions are portability and flexibility, when the users is away from the desk, on the train etc.

Mobile Client

Microsoft Dynamics NAV Mobile client is Microsoft Dynamics NAV for iOS, Android, and Windows. Access all your data by connecting to your Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 server from your smartphone with the familiar, role-tailored experience and functionality on your mobile device.

SharePoint Client

The Microsoft Dynamics NAV SharePoint client enables you to interact with Microsoft Dynamics NAV data from a Microsoft SharePoint website—SharePoint Online or SharePoint On-premise. Users can combine Microsoft Dynamics NAV functionality with that of Microsoft SharePoint to create collaborative workspaces and share data and insight with more people within the company

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