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Schrödinger's Cake — how to have your cake and eat it with Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central has a very long name. It is the latest moniker of a product that has had many, including "Navigator", "IBM-Navigator", "Navision", "Avista", "Navision Financials", "Navision Solutions", "Navision Attain", "Microsoft Business Solutions–Navision Edition", and "Microsoft Dynamics NAV". ... read full post

Posted by:  David Roys , Technical Lead |  03 July 2018

ERP, Microsoft Dynamics NAV, enterprise resource planning, Microsoft Dynamics 365, Business Central

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Getting excited about NAV 2013

The last time I wrote an Intergen blog post on Dynamics NAV was in December 2010 when Microsoft had just released NAV 2009 R2. That was ages ago, so why, you might ask, do I feel compelled to write about NAV again? I'll tell you why. I'm filled with the joy of NAV. I'm standing on my sofa and proclaiming to the world that, for the first time in years, I am excited about NAV. ... read full post

Posted by:  David Roys , Technical Lead |  12 September 2012


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Navigating Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 R2

It's been well over a year since the previous release from the Microsoft NAV team but yesterday Santa came early and delivered NAV 2009 R2 to 43 countries in one night. ... read full post

Posted by:  David Roys , Technical Lead |  17 December 2010

Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 R2

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Annabelle, my youngest daughter, is going through the 'why?' stage. If you have kids I'm sure you'll know what I mean. This morning I had a typical conversation with her on the subject of eating toast. ... read full post

Posted by:  David Roys , Technical Lead |  11 February 2009

Requirements Analysis

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Everybody lies - the Dr. House approach to requirements analysis

Gregory House M.D. is a maverick medical genius who, in each TV episode, heads a team of diagnosticians in their attempts to diagnose an unfortunate patient’s mystery illness. House’s signature phrase is “Everybody lies” although, for his character, it’s more than just a saying, it’s a philosophy. In this article, I’ll demonstrate how the “everybody lies” approach can be applied to requirements analysis in order to reduce costs and improve overall project quality. ... read full post

Posted by:  David Roys , Technical Lead |  26 September 2008

Requirements Analysis

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User Acceptance Testing - the key to surviving an ERP go live

When I came to New Zealand, nearly six years ago, I wanted to throw myself off a bridge with some elastic tied to my legs. I had heard that this was something Kiwis did and I wanted to fit in to my newly adopted environment. The world’s first commercial bungy jump started in the mid ‘80s in Queenstown, New Zealand. And it was there, on the Kawarau Bridge, that I took the plunge in 2002. ... read full post

Posted by:  David Roys , Technical Lead |  12 June 2008

Quality, User Acceptance Testing

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The changing face of ERP

Microsoft now owns and develops Microsoft Dynamics NAV which is an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution acquired from Navision Software in 2002. In the final quarter of 2008, Microsoft plans to release what some consider to be the first “Microsoft-flavoured” version since buying the Denmark-based software company. Dynamics NAV is already a highly-successful, award-winning ERP solution but the forthcoming release is set to bring something quite extraordinary to the middle-tier business solutions market. ... read full post

Posted by:  David Roys , Technical Lead |  13 February 2008

Dynamics, NAV, ERP, Role-Tailored Client

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