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Microsoft brings Navision 2009 ERP to the region

Gulf launch for latest version of Microsoft's mid-sized ERP solution

Microsoft has launched the latest version of its medium-sized business ERP Dynamics Navision 2009 (NAV) in the Gulf region.

The new version of NAV has been designed to be user-friendly and include function sets tailored for specific roles, while including new features such as improved business intelligence and integration with other applications.

Tamer Elhamy, Business Solutions Manager, Microsoft Gulf commented: “Customers need to streamline operations and find ways to use resources more efficiently while partners are looking for strong opportunities to create and maintain vertical solutions. Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 allows us to squarely address the needs of midsize businesses in today's economic climate and to support our partners’ investments. By using the role-specific user friendly ERP solution, both groups can boost productivity and work smarter, maximizing their effectiveness in driving business impact.”

New features in NAV 2009 include Personalised Role Centres, which provide pre-defined tools, alerts and functionality for 21 key job functions; enhanced business intelligence services based on the Microsoft SQL Server database layer and integration with .NET Web Services, to allow integration of data and business logic with other applications.

As part of the Microsoft Dynamics range, NAV 2009 also includes the familiar open development environment so that partners and end users that create tailored solutions for Navision will have continuity into the new version.

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