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Implementing Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009
  

Implementing Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

By Roys, David
By Babic, Vjekoslav

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Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 is the latest release of the NAV application (formerly known as Navision) from the Microsoft Dynamics family of products that brings a 3-tiered architecture, web services enablement, and many more exciting features, to the well established Enterprise R... read full description below.

ISBN 9781847195821
Barcode 9781847195821
Published 26 December 2008 by Packt Publishing Limited
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ISBN-13 9781847195821
ISBN-10 1847195822
Stock Available
Status Internationally sourced; usually ships 2-3 weeks
Publisher Packt Publishing Limited
Imprint Packt Publishing Limited
Publication Date 26 December 2008
Publication Country United Kingdom United Kingdom
Format Trade Paperback/Paperback
Author(s) By Roys, David
By Babic, Vjekoslav
Category General Theory of Computing
Number of Pages 552
Dimensions Width: 191mm
Height: 235mm
Spine: 28mm
Weight 938g
Interest Age General Audience
Reading Age General Audience
NBS Text Computing: Professional & Programming
ONIX Text General/trade
Dewey Code 004.678
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Description of this Book

Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 is the latest release of the NAV application (formerly known as Navision) from the Microsoft Dynamics family of products that brings a 3-tiered architecture, web services enablement, and many more exciting features, to the well established Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution. Although Dynamics NAV is carefully designed for ease of use, attaining measurable business gains requires an understanding of business, finance, analysis and design techniques, programming skills, and the ability to manage complex projects coupled with an expert knowledge of the product itself. This book distils hard won experience into an easy to follow guide to implementing the full power of Dynamics NAV in your business. It won't just tell you how to do it; it will show you how to do it. It will help you to become a better consultant or developer by providing practical examples and expert advice. From an introduction to the new RoleTailored user interface to a series of practical web services programming tutorials, you will gain a deep understanding of what NAV 2009 has to offer compared to previous versions. With a strong emphasis on practical examples, we take you through the implementation process and provide guidance on configuring the Chart of Accounts and Dimensions for financial analysis, how to use the Rapid Implementation Toolkit (RIM) to reduce implementation effort and an overview of the Sure Step implementation methodology. You will learn how to take a business problem through to a working solution using industry standard techniques such as use-case modelling and object-role modelling. We will teach you how to design and develop NAV objects including the new Page object and the Client Reporting Services report layouts.

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Author's Bio

David Roys is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for the Microsoft Dynamics NAV product. He has worked in the computer industry since 1992 and currently works in New Zealand for Intergen Ltd., a leading Microsoft Gold Partner and Dynamics Presidents Club member. Since getting his honors degree in Computing Science from Staffordshire University, England, he has worked with a variety of custom-written and packaged financial solutions in a variety of roles. His first programming job provided experience of financial systems using CICS, COBOL, and JCL on an IBM 3090 series mainframe. From being a very junior developer in a large organization, he went on to be a oneman IT department at a small food manufacturing company in a role that allowed him to learn and develop solutions for a Danish ERP package called 'Concorde XAL'. David moved into the world of consulting and ERP reselling in 1996 where he enjoyed working with some truly brilliant people at Columbus IT Partner and was able to work on international projects in South Africa, Hungary, Poland, and Ireland. With many years of experience in XAL and Axapta he moved to New Zealand in 2002 to work as a consultant for Ernst & Young in their IT Consulting practice delivering financial solutions in Navision Attain. He now works in his dream job as a Dynamics NAV consultant and developer for Intergen Ltd., a bunch of fun-loving, incredibly smart people. David firmly believes that ERP systems are boring and is committed to bringing some entertainment to this dull and listless world. Vjekoslav Babic is a Microsoft Dynamics NAV expert, consultant, and architect with ten years experience in the IT industry and six years experience delivering project success on large-scale, high-risk, and international implementations of Microsoft Dynamics solutions. He has project experience in various industries, including telecommunications, insurance, pharmaceuticals, industrial gasses, chemicals, food and beverage, manufacturing, printing, distribution, and retail. He is a Project Management Institute certifi ed Project Management Professional, an accomplished Microsoft Certifi ed Trainer with a track record of successful trainings and presentations, a Microsoft Certifi ed Business Management Solutions Professional with several Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Microsoft Dynamics CRM specializations, and holds a number of Microsoft technical certifi cations. Vjekoslav has published more than forty articles on business solutions, software development, database design, and internet technologies; he is the author of the NAV Insights column and an Editorial Advisory Board member with MSDynamicsWorld.com. An active blogger, he frequently writes about Microsoft Dynamics implementation methodologies, Sure Step, and Project Management topics on his blog NavigateIntoSuccess.com. Based in Zagreb, Croatia, he is employed as a consultant at Microsoft. Contact Vjekoslav Babic through his blog http://NavigateIntoSuccess.com

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