Choosing the right partner for the implementation of an ERP system is as important as selecting the right ERP solution in the first place. The success and failure of your ERP implementation depend on your partner’s capabilities and experience. Following are the few key considerations while selecting your implementation partner. Partner Competency When choosing a partner, make
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High Availability is the terminology that ensures an operational continuity during any failure of primary system. Users want their application to be up and ready for use at all time. Availability defines the ability of the users to access the system, whether to submit new work, update or alter existing work, or collect the results
Business Central Online, the latest offering in the Microsoft Dynamics 365 family has completely changed the way of ‘Customization development’ for any experienced NAV developer. Coding language has changed from C/AL to AL (i.e. AL-Extension V2.0) with the custom code sitting as a separate extension, not at all interfering with the standard code. The custom
Microsoft’s ERP offering for the SMB segment called Dynamics NAV has been historically available to customers in an on-premise deployment mode. Customers have had the option to host it either in their on-premise infrastructure or some third party cloud infrastructure. Keeping in line with its vision of Cloud First, Microsoft launched SAAS based Business Central bringing Dynamics NAV
Over the past decade, a significant development has been observed in the field of Digital technology. It is transforming the world around us, impacting businesses of all sizes and every industry. Business no longer happens in one place and customer expectations and engagement are changing. There has never been a better time to embrace technologies