Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 has just been released with new ERP functionality in mobility, business insights and cloud services for SMB Companies. Microsoft continues its commitment to making investments to their ERP Solutions and planning on a determined “Roadmap” for new product releases. NAV continues this journey with NAV 2016. This post will briefly discuss Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 Key Feature of Power BI (Business Intelligence).
In NAV 2016, there is a new integration with Microsoft Power BI. Through Power BI in Microsoft Dynamics NAV, is the ability to transforms your company’s data into rich visuals for you to collect and organize so that you can focus on what matters most to your business. With Power BI in Dynamics NAV, you can analyze your information, see all of your data everywhere, from on-premise to the cloud, together in one place.
NAV’ BI has “pre-built” dashboards to explore your information in incredible details. Also, you can create interactive reports for deeper business analysis in a matter of moments. View “live” business information with “real time” updates to keep you on top of changes as they happen. Utilize visual data to share and collaborate with visually stunning presentations such as Pie Charts, Bubble Charts, Geographic Maps, Data Tree Maps, Funnel Charts and more.
This functionality is designed specifically for small to mid-sized business (SMB) owners, managers and executives to provide specific details about financial, sales and customer information. These reports and dashboards are built to enhance your ability to explore and analyze data as you need it.
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