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Is Your Dynamics NAV Ready for the Public Cloud?

Hosting Dynamics NAV on Azure is one of the fastest ways to implement an ERP solution. Speed and cost are critical considerations for small businesses when deploying ERP, and hosting on Microsoft Azure caters to both of these factors.

Still, small businesses have unique requirements and rarely use ERP out of the box. For Dynamics NAV user companies, this raises the question “Can I host my Dynamics NAV solution on a Microsoft Azure infrastructure, all while retaining the ability to adjust NAV to our company needs, and without a huge price tag attached?”

How to Configure Power BI for Microsoft Dynamics NAV

As an executive or manager, you know how important it is to have an accurate and timely information available to you when you need to make decisions, especially those critical to your company’s future. Most successful companies implement Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to track and evaluate, making key decisions based on those. The easiest way to communicate and visualize KPIs is to have these displayed graphical with the ability to dive in deeper to a particular value.

Top 3 Smartest Dynamics NAV Upgrade Options

Smarter upgrade options are in your future to provide you with valuable time-cost savings and great value for your customers. In December, we hosted a technical webinar for Microsoft Partners detailing the methodology and steps for smarter, time-saving upgrades to Dynamics NAV 2016 that receive outstanding accolades. In this blog post, we will share key insights from this webinar to provide you with the three top upgrade options.

Webinar: Smart Upgrade Options for Dynamics NAV

Does upgrading your customers’ NAV solutions distract you and your team from your core tasks - enhancing your solutions? Does your upgrade challenge seem to grow bigger and heavier with the more frequent, annual NAV releases? Join the webinar Smart Upgrade Options for Dynamics NAV and save time and effort by applying the most efficient upgrade to Dynamics NAV 2016 methods.

5 Reasons to Upgrade to NAV 2015

Higher speed and productivity are what customers expect from the new version of Dynamics NAV. However, can new features introduced in Dynamics NAV 2015 also help you support your goals for higher productivity?

In this article, I will review the key enhancements of Dynamics NAV 2015 and how it converts to higher speed and productivity in our daily operations. So how does the new NAV 2015 help users match the fast, modern business tempo?

Dynamics NAV development tips: "FILTERGROUP" changes starting from Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0 SP1

To create a complex filter, a developer usually uses command "FILTERGROUP" to place different filters for the same field. In the first Microsoft Dynamics NAV Windows-based versions, developers were able to use filtergroups starting from 0 to 255. Some of them were reserved and used within the application like filtergroup 2 used by properties SubFormView, DataItemTableView or when you use command SETTABLEVIEW. There was also a reserved filtergroup 1, which was supposed to be a "Global filter" as it was in the DOS version.

Beginning with version Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0 SP1 build 28913, Microsoft introduced filtergroup 1 functionality.

How to run Subpage Functions in a Form when using RTC?

In this article, we are going to talk about the "Promoted" actions feature. It allows users to easily access the main functions related to the active page. When we use pages without subpages, we can promote any function we want. The challenge arises when using subpage functions - where from the main page you can't get to the active subpage record.  (When you call the subform function in the Classic client, the Microsoft Dynamics NAV knows on which record the user stays, but in the RTC it doesn't work this way).

At 1ClickFactory we found a way to solve this issue - to promote actions that need subpage functions -- by using Parts (fact boxes). When you use parts, you can link them with lines subpages. The example we are going to present in this article is based on the standard Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 SP1 W1 version.