What’s New in Dynamics NAV 2015
The latest release of Microsoft Dynamics NAV (Navision) is filled with many new features that make upgrading and implementing NAV easier and better than ever. The newest version builds on the already powerful features that were included in NAV 2013 and NAV 2013R2, including Office 365 integration. Simply use one login to access your Office 365 and NAV online.
That’s not the only place you can now access NAV. NAV 2015 comes with a tablet application that is compatible with Apple, Window, and Google tablets. This app lets you quickly navigate the usual interface, dive deep into your data, process orders, and carry on with business as usual.
We asked our developers to give us their favorite features of NAV 2015, and here’s what they told us:
Document reporting: Integration between Microsoft Word and NAV makes creating reports easier than ever. You probably use Word every day, so now you can create your NAV reports in the program as well. Easily change layouts, colors, fonts, and more.
AMU: Or you can call them Application Merge Utility cmdlets. And with that, I’ll let our developers describe them. “Although not complete yet, they open up so many possibilities for automation and much faster upgrades, and implementation of monthly cumulative updates.” That statement was then seconded: “The coolest thing I know about is the automated merging feature. It takes a lot of the grunt work out of upgrades and add-on installs.” Even more incentive to either upgrade to or implement NAV 2015!
Enhanced Cues: Easily scan your RoleTailored client to figure out if something is wrong with Enhanced Cues. Color codes, based on the data in the cue, let you know if there’s an unusual number of Sales Orders being processed, or whatever is relevant to your business.
Email Report Attachment: Send sales related emails straight from NAV with reports attached. Send your email directly from the currently active context to ensure the most up to date information.