“Navision,” the accounting application company that Microsoft purchased in 2002, first released its accounting package back in 1984.
Just a few years later, Navision was made accessible by multiple users simultaneously, which represented a huge advancement in the technology offerings of the day.
Since Microsoft’s rebranding of the software to Dynamics NAV in 2005, businesses and organizations have been deluged with a tsunami of technological changes.
Perhaps none has been so dramatic as what has happened in the enterprise resource management (ERP) markets. Developers have created powerful business processing tools, like Dynamics NAV cloud to handle an array of company-wide functions in many sectors: finance, manufacturing, supply chains, and eCommerce, to name a few.
But business owners may still be pushing back when it comes to relying on a cloud-hosting service, particularly when it comes to migrating critical files and documents off site to a hosting service.
That’s why the combination of Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Windows Azure has been so successful. In the case of a business owner, or organization looking to deploy Dynamics NAV, Azure provides access only to authorized users of Dynamics NAV. Moreover, Azure takes care of all the infrastructure needed to run the application.
All that’s needed from the client is an Internet connection (on-premise or mobile!) who then accesses Dynamics NAV Windows client or the NAV Web client.
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