Help customers stay on track towards their GDPR journey with the NAV 2018 upgrade

For your NAV customers running the older version than 2015 or for those who’ve missed the cumulative update March 2018 – there’s still a way to stay compliant with the upcoming GDPR!

The March 2018 cumulative updates, for the Microsoft-localized and W1 versions of Dynamics NAV 2015, Dynamics NAV 2016, Dynamics NAV 2017, and Dynamics NAV 2018, are the first to add new tools that can help your customer fulfill their GDPR obligations.

To answer your questions and concerns, here at 1ClickFactory we’ve consulted Ronny Fly, an experienced IT manager and Partner at 1ClickFactory Sweden, who shares his views on the Dynamics NAV upgrades in relation to GDPR.

Dynamics AX Obscurities Series: Missing Link Between Cash Transactions and Original Document After AX 2009 to AX 2012 Upgrade

As a Dynamics AX Upgrade Factory and ISV Development Center, we find rare and unusual issues when working on the numerous upgrade and development projects we undertake each year. In this series, Dynamics AX Obscurities, we share our experiences, insights, and workarounds for these unknowns in hopes to save you time, headaches and costs in your future Dynamics AX upgrade and development project.

The Push to Extensions 2.0: What It Means for You!

One of the biggest cost drivers for Partners and their customers, since the introduction of add-ons in the mid-1990’s, has been the cost of managing and upgrading these add-ons in customer solutions to keep up with Microsoft’s numerous releases. This has become an even greater issue with the release of the newest version of Dynamics 365 (NAV / AX). 

How to Upgrade Sitecore with Custom Components

Upgrading Sitecore is easy! Upgrading custom developed code in the Sitecore can be more challenging. 
Sitecore is well known for being "easy to upgrade". This is absolutely true for its base code. Sitecore comes with 2 packages for upgrading - 1 for Database and 1 for Code. Using the built-in wizards, you can perform changes to the configuration files and *presto* you are ready to go with a new version. 
Easy enough. Especially if you did not build custom external components.

Cannot confirm partially invoiced Purchase Order after upgrade from AX 2009 to AX 2012? [Dynamics AX Obscurities Series]

As a Dynamics AX Upgrade Factory and ISV Development Center, we find rare and unusual issues when working on the numerous upgrade and development projects we undertake each year. In this series, Dynamics AX Obscurities, we share our experiences, insights and workarounds for these unkowns in hopes to save you time, headaches and costs in your future Dynamics AX upgrade and development project. 
Issue: After standard data upgrade from AX 2009 to AX2012, a partially invoiced Purchase Order has approval status Approved. Some lines of this purchase order are Invoiced and some have status Open order. 

Mitigating the Limitations of Microsoft Dynamics NAV Upgrades (Beyond Standard Upgrade Tools)

Historically, Microsoft NAV Upgrades have been painful and time-consuming projects.  It is not surprising many Microsoft Dynamics NAV Partners preferred to perform new Dynamics NAV installation projects over existing Dynamics NAV upgrade projects.

The dawn of the new Microsoft Dynamic NAV upgrade tools has spelled relief for many Partners upgrading solutions from Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 and later versions. The introduction of these new tools, like Powershell, has allowed major upgrade obstacles to be removed and in some cases even automated.

2017 – the year, the future of business solutions was born

What it is that Microsoft wants to accomplish exactly with Dynamics 365? Microsoft does not want the customers to be worried about what technology that solution is built on or infrastructure it runs on as it is all Microsoft technology (the infrastructure of choice for Dynamics 365 and all the apps is, of course, Microsoft Azure). The customer can just focus on their need and which business apps suits these needs best.