Dynamics Business Central / NAV

Business Central (BC)

Formerly Dynamics NAV (and prior to that Navision) has presence in over 140 countries worldwide. It is used mainly by mid-market companies and divisions of corporations requiring a flexible ERP solution. Navision accounting software allowed partners and users to access the source code of the product in order to make changes and extend the solution. Many of these additions have been incorporated back into the core product so that

NAV quickly became a fully featured ERP solution offering distribution, job control, manufacturing, service management and sales and marketing (CRM). Further functionality is available through a wide range of add-ons, whether generic such as local payroll

Dynamics NAV

In 2002, Microsoft purchased the Danish software firm Navision. Navision had merged with Damgaard Software in 2000, and Microsoft’s acquisition of the combined company brought two future Dynamics products into the line.
Dynamics NAV is aimed at businesses in the manufacturing, retail, distribution and professional services market. What sets it apart is the ease with which it can be customized for niche uses. This makes NAV ideal for startups and niche businesses whose requirements change so rapidly that no other off-the-shelf package will work, as well as businesses which must adapt quickly, requiring nothing less than a software solution that can keep up.

Dynamics (NAV) fits well within the small to mid-sized market (i.e. companies with annual revenues between 10 million – 500 million) but some small enterprise companies use it as well. In comparison to Dynamics GP, NAV offers more flexibility when it comes to out-of-the-box (meaning not needing to customize the system) set-up and configuration. NAV fits the needs of companies in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Etc.Like . NAV has a very friendly user interface and it allows users to easily modify the user interface, the report formats, forms, etc.