Microsoft Dynamics NAV is a total enterprise resource planning (ERP) software program that is designed from the ground up for mid-sized enterprises. Dynamics NAV is specifically designed to be quick, easy and very straightforward. Users are not required to dedicate huge amounts of man-hours to customization, implementation and training. The latest version—Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016—is now available.
Manage Projects with Workflow
The Workflow function allows users to set up specific business processes to be worked on by multiple team members. The Workflow setup allows management to identify steps in any specific business process, which could include such tasks as automatic posting (a “system task”) and management approval (a “user task”). During setup, management can list all the steps in a business process which can be made conditional for various events – which can, in turn, be set up to trigger a workflow response. Various event and response scenarios are pre-programmed and, if those scenarios are insufficient, custom scenarios can be implemented by a Microsoft partner. Read more about the Workflow function on the Microsoft website.
Improved Approvals Function
The “Document Approvals” function featured in previous versions of Dynamics NAV has been removed and the Approvals function is now supported through the Workflow design. For those users upgrading to the 2016 version, approvals in previous versions will automatically be carried over into the Workflow data.
Workflow is just one of several exciting new advances in Dynamics NAV 2016. Contact us now and let’s talk more about the power of Microsoft Dynamics NAV!
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