Dynamics NAV has been the ERP/CRM of choice for small and medium business around the world for years. But now the solution has reached its end of lifecycle and it is time to upgrade to Dynamics 365.

Features of Dynamics NA

When Dynamics NAV was introduced, its main purpose was to empower small and mid-sized business owners with an ERP/CRM solution that breaks down silos and connects business functions. This helped improve visibility, streamline operations, and build efficiencies. Dynamics NAV was able to do that and more.

Over the years, Dynamics NAV has evolved. For instance, did you know that Dynamics NAV has a mobile application that you can use on your Android and iOS devices? With the application, you can stay connected to your data from anywhere.

The solution has all the modules you need to run your business efficiently, like finance, marketing, and human resources. Each module has a range of functionality. The CRM module for instance helps you manage all your contacts, segment your market, and run targeted campaigns.

The financial management module gives you a unified view of the business, generate general ledger reports daily, monthly, or yearly, forecast cash flows, and more. Bank reconciliation is also easier with the system automatically matching bank statements with ledger entries. NAV is also helpful if you are using multiple currencies as it automatically updates the exchange rates when connected to a third-party exchange rate services website.

Dynamics NAV has reached end of its lifecycle – What next?

Dynamics NAV has been through a long road of evolution. The net step for businesses using the solution is to upgrade to Dynamics 365.

Read case studies about what our businesses were able to achieve by upgrading to Dynamics 365.

You may also want to understand the pricing for Dynamics 365 Business Central.

Thinking about upgrading from NAV to Dynamics 365?

There are multiple reasons why you should consider upgrading from NAV to Dynamics 365 Business Central. From reducing costs on IT infrastructure, access to the latest version of the solution on the cloud, to better insights on your financial data and reports, businesses around the world are finding more value in taking a step up and upgrading their systems.

Taking the decision to upgrade is only the first step. You need a Microsoft Partner you can depend on to help you upgrade. A strategic partner will help you find the best way to upgrade, optimize licensing costs, and help your business through the different stages of cloud readiness. The partner can also serve as your long-term advisor to help you navigate technological changes efficiently.