A bright 2012...an even brighter 2013

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An open letter from ArcherPoint CEO Greg Kaupp

2012 was a banner year for Dynamics NAV. October marked the release of NAV 2013, which represents the crowning achievement in the transition from the widely popular client/server product of the last decade to the product of the future. NAV now represents the most technologically advanced of the Microsoft Dynamics ERP products with its three-tier model, one-click deployment, cloud-ready architecture, one-click web services, browser-independent web client, and completely redesigned and unified user experience across all platforms.

NAV 2013 is also the easiest to install, configure, and deploy in more countries and more languages than any other ERP product on the market. That has to be why NAV continues to be one of the best if not the best-selling ERP product in the world, with more than 93,000 companies using it to run their businesses.

The enthusiasm for NAV 2013 was evidenced in the record attendance at both Microsoft Dynamics NAV partner conferences, Directions US, and Directions EMEA. NAVUG Forum 2012, the NAV User Group conference, set record attendance, and the membership growth has exceeded everyone’s wildest expectations.

As exciting as last year was, the coming year looks even brighter. NAV will be the first of the Dynamics ERP products to move to a yearly release cycle. That means the lead NAV has on the entire category of midmarket ERP applications both technologically and functionally will only become greater.

People often joke that ERP isn’t exciting…all I can say is, those people haven’t seen Dynamics NAV 2013. Hopefully, if you aren’t already running NAV, you’ll make seeing it for yourself a New Year’s resolution.

Here’s to a great 2012 and an even better 2013 for all of you and your businesses!

Greg Kaupp is the CEO of ArcherPoint, LLC, a Northern California Microsoft Dynamics NAV (Navision) partner. Greg has been involved in Dynamics NAV implementations for companies throughout the U.S. since 1997.

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