June 28, 2017
Top 5 Reasons to Get Into Dynamics NAV After College
Learning Dynamics NAV Provides In-Depth Knowledge of Business ProcessesMicrosoft Dynamics NAV (formerly Navision) is an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. These systems essentially run all the major functions of a business and publish reports for the companies using them to make smart business decisions. They handle every piece of information, which enters a company from lead generation through marketing efforts all the way to sales orders and processing invoices. Dynamics NAV also handles the other side of the business equation from sourcing to production/manufacturing and even warehousing. The process remains relatively consistent across industry so it allows a ton of flexibility in your knowledge base. This type of overarching business knowledge is very valuable in positions of leadership and sets the stage for a successful career path.
Dynamics NAV Developers Have High Earning PotentialIf having a high earning potential is your goal, Dynamics NAV is the field for you. The Dynamics NAV community is growing and now is the perfect time to get join the ranks. Salaries for Dynamics NAV professionals are higher than the IT industry average:
- According to Glassdoor, a Dynamics NAV (Navision) developer earns an average of over $85,000, more experienced developers can pull in more than $100,000 a year
- According to Glassdoor, the national average for general developer’s income is $75,441
There is an Abundance of Job Openings for Dynamics NAV Related ProfessionalsThis is a snapshot of just two employment websites:
- There were 72 NAV related job openings on Glassdoor posted just within the last week. (6/20/207)
- There were also 210 NAV related job postings on LinkedIn within the same week. (6/20/2017)
Dynamics NAV is an International ProductTherefore, learning Dynamics NAV may help you get work internationally. Dynamics NAV originated as “Personal Computing and Consulting,” a company founded in Denmark in 1984. Microsoft eventually purchased the Denmark based company, which was then known as “Navision A/S.” Dynamics NAV remains extremely popular across the globe. Dynamics NAV retains many country specific versions, but the general knowledge pool is the same. This means that if you ever want to work globally, Dynamics NAV can be a great way to get your foot in the door. ArcherPoint specializes in Dynamics NAV solution design, development and upgrades. For more on how ArcherPoint and Dynamics NAV can help you advance your career, contact us today.
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