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Stalled Navision + Mixed Bag Damgaard = Satisfactory NavisionDamgaard
In February, NavisionDamgaard, a recently merger-formed Danish provider of enterprise business solutions for mid-sized companies, released its first semi-annual

navision functional footprint  any time soon since Navision Financials has much stronger name recognition and solid niche functionality. The challenge of further international expansion and brand awareness remains. While NavisionDamgaard has done a respectable job of establishing its North American network, it has been facing a fierce challenge from a slew of incumbent competitors. Moreover, NavisionDamgaard can expect growing pains (and added costs) in merging disparate product lines, and in cross training and vertically specializing

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