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The (NA)Vision of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 - Part 1
The first week of February 2009 was marked by two notable product launches, from vendors touting their respective simplified, more flexible, and intuitive

oracle financials book  the “hub” will use Oracle or SAP (or even possibly Microsoft Dynamics AX ) for financials and human resource (HR) management in a centralized shared services  mode.  On the other hand, Dynamics NAV will serve autonomous divisions (“spokes of the hub”) and integrate (or “talk”) to the HQ, especially at the financial reporting and consolidation level. Microsoft Dynamics NAV CAS customers include Harger Lightning & Grounding , Asian Paints , Goldschmidt-Thermit-Group ,  Salonit Anhovo , and

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