Announced recently at Microsoft’s annual Directions EMEA conference, Microsoft’s upcoming releases of NAV 2018, currently codename Tenerife, followed next spring by the new SaaS cloud NAV product, promises many great advancements. These include an improved core application, the incorporation of intelligent new functionality and a deeper integration with the Microsoft technology stack and Azure services.
Designed for small to medium-sized businesses, NAV 2018, available in the cloud and on-premise, is becoming a common platform for both Dynamics NAV and Dynamics 365 for Financials and Operations, Business Edition. The amalgamation of both products will allow us to offer a full business solution that combines a complete suite of productivity tools that support the changing needs of our clients in each industry vertical we serve.
Deeper integration with Microsoft’s Products
The Common Data Service has prevalent integration with the Microsoft Technology stack. By connecting multiple Microsoft products with each other in the same business environment, such as Dynamics 365 applications, PowerApps, Flow, Office 365, Power BI and third-party applications; we can support client specific customisations to put them at the forefront of digital transformation and help them achieve optimum business excellence.