As the owner of a small manufacturing company, you’ve seen amazing growth over the past couple of years, including the addition of two major global clients.
More importantly, you’ve moved from reliance on silos of information to a single database management system—Dynamics NAV 2016—for an integrated approach for all of your business processing tasks.
In the past, you relied on a hodgepodge of customized programs to track product cycles; material inventory and distribution. But customers, particularly global clients, are now demanding quicker turnaround and real-time currency pricing on your ever-changing product lines.
Consequently, and since your shop floor is no longer just a few assembly lines, your NAV ERP software monitors an array of business process with customized dashboards and mobile accessibility to move product faster with less expense by streamlining:
- project, assset and cash management
- ordering and receiving of material
- planning and scheduling jobs, labor and machines
- expense and budgeting
- management of invoices and payments
- sales and marketing
Keyed to the small to medium-size businesses, Dynamics NAV has made the software available in over 40 languages:
“Dynamics NAV is being used by approximately 65,000 companies, with over 1.3 million end user licenses. Approximately 13,000 of those companies are in the U.S., and the solution supports over 40 languages. According to Microsoft, it was the first and only midmarket ERP application to break one million end user licenses.”
Contact us to discover how you can leverage this financial and accounting-ERP software to achieve a better ROI. Ask us about the benefits of using NAV 2016 within Microsoft’s Azure cloud-hosting services to allow mobile access if Dynamics NAV on demand.