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Navision Becoming More Visible
In March Navision Software a/s announced it signed a global sales and distribution agreement with Microsoft Corporation Inc. that enables the company's partner

sql navision  its recently released MS SQL Server version of the product may mitigate the above concerns, it is likely to exhibit problems related to its product immaturity. User Recommendations We generally recommend including Navision Software in a long list of an enterprise application selection to lower-end of the mid-market companies (with $5M-$250M in revenue) and divisions of larger enterprises, which have limited IT budget and smaller community of users (less than 75), and have significant financial Read More...
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The (NA)Vision of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 - Part 3
Part 1 and Part 2 of this blog series went through the five previous generations of the Microsoft Dynamics NAV (formerly Navision) product. In late 2008, at the

sql navision  are applicable to only SQL Server users. Although Microsoft will likely parade a number of delighted partners at related events, I have recently talked to a couple of Dynamics NAV partners who are less than thrilled with an eventual discontinuation of C/SIDE database.  Also, I did think the recent influx of former Navision people to Microsoft Dynamics’ free and open source (FOSS) foe OpenBravo was a pretty interesting (if not indicative) development too. Needless to say, any injudicious move by Read More...
The (NA)Vision of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series went through the first three generations of the Microsoft Dynamics NAV product, which at the time was called Navision and was owned

sql navision  was harnessing the Microsoft SQL Server Notification Services to support e-mail business notifications to employees and trading partners. The product also leveraged an extensible markup language (XML ) port so that its modules could interchange data with other applications and external users via the Internet. This capability was especially oriented toward the hub-and-spoke deployment scenario that was mentioned at the end of Part 1 . The 4.0 release also unified and improved two human-to-application Read More...
Navision Software a/s: Mid-market iNvasion
Navision Software has established strong branding and penetration within the Small-to-Medium Enterprises (SME) segment of the European and recently the U.S. ERP

sql navision  run on the MS SQL Server. Vendor Recommendations Navision should promptly resolve any outstanding product interconnectivity issues with other vendors' products in order to attract the high end of the SME market. It should also expedite the availability of the 'thin client' product architecture and the uniform global availability of all product modules. Navision should further fortify its strong position within the Small-to-Medium Enterprises (SME) market segment in the following ways: Expand business in Read More...
Navision Executes At a Slower Pace
In September, Navision Software released its annual report for fiscal 2000, which ended on June 30, 2000. The company continued to increase its market share and

sql navision  1999, support for Microsoft's SQL Server 7 in November 1999 (with 234 customers embracing the new product within the six months time period) and Windows 2000 support in March 2000 (for more information, see Navision Becoming More Visible ). However, the company reported a net income of approximately $8.1 million, which represents a decline of 25% compared to fiscal 1999. Market Impact Fiscal 2000 was a very unusual year for Navision with sharply contrasting year halves. The main theme depicting Read More...
Microsoft Lays Enforced-Concrete Foundation For Its Business Solutions Part 2: Market Impact
Stampede 2002 has radiated moderate optimism within VARs and other attendees, in a sharp contrast with many other user or industry conferences where we have

sql navision  Lays Enforced-Concrete Foundation For Its Business Solutions Part 2: Market Impact Event Summary At the end of September, Microsoft Business Solutions ( MBS ), an enterprise applications division of Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT), the largest software company in the world, fleshed out the contents of its seemingly well crafted and diligently thought-out product and services strategies aimed primarily at the small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) applications market, consisting of many Read More...
Vendors Harness Excel (and Office) to Win the Lower-end of Business Intelligence Market
Small and medium businesses wanting the benefits of business intelligence (BI) without having to implement a large enterprise system may find a viable option in

sql navision  cubes hosted on Microsoft SQL Analysis Services are available with MBS Axapta, MBS Great Plains, and MBS Navision and allow users access their OLAP-based ERP data directly from within Excel. As will be explained, this is possible through the use of Microsoft Office Excel Add-in for SQL Server Analysis. GL budgeting in these applications also generally allows users to export budget and actual data to Excel and then import the data back into the application. However, although in the future all MBS ERP Read More...
Protecting Your Network Against the Growing Danger of Web Attacks
Web-borne malware is now more common than malware entering a company through e-mail. The number of Web sites carrying malware increased by 400 percent in 2008

sql navision  Site Compromise Attack , SQL Injection Attack , Denial of Service Attack , Drive-By Attack Code , Preventing Web Attacks , Web Attacks Change Security Paradigm , Using Actual Web Attack Logs , Reducing the Risk of Malicious Web Attacks , Visiting Malicious Web Sites , Web Attacks Leaped , Virus and Spyware Web Attacks Surging , Evasive Web Attacks Bypass Security Systems , Sophisticated New Web Attacks Vanish , Evasive Web Attacks , Foreign Web Attacks Change Security Paradigm , Denial-of-Service Attacks Read More...
IBM’s DB2 Tops TPC Benchmark List
Leapfrogging the rest of the transaction-processing world, IBM has posted TPC-C results more than tripling the highest current transaction-per-minute figure.

sql navision  were withdrawn because Microsoft's SQL Server 2000, which Compaq used, violated some of the testing rules [1]. Thus, it is unclear whether a re-test of a Compaq cluster will provide equivalent results. From a software standpoint , this is potentially a big win for IBM and DB2, and potentially a setback for Microsoft and Oracle. The positive for DB2 is obvious: bragging rights for the highest performance. In addition, these results push DB2 into the limelight, a new and welcome experience for IBM in this Read More...
Microsoft Takes A Shot at the Business Intelligence Market
Microsoft Business Scorecard Manager 2005 has allowed Microsoft to enter the business intelligence (BI) market by using its client base to expand its offering

sql navision  data stored in the SQL Server to identify the structured and unstructured source data, in order to view more detailed information. BSM offers collaboration among users, personalized notification of status changes within a scorecard, task assignment to individuals based on KPI, and distribution of scorecards via email. SharePoint Server 2007 provides a centralized Web portal for Microsoft's BI offerings. Information can be distributed across the organization to enable all employees to collaborate, edit, po Read More...
Microsoft SQL Server Business Intelligence Edition
Microsoft SQL Server is a cloud-ready information platform that will help organizations unlock insights across the organization and quickly build solutions

sql navision  SQL Server Business Intelligence Edition Microsoft SQL Server is a cloud-ready information platform that will help organizations unlock insights across the organization and quickly build solutions to extend data, on-premise or in the public cloud. SQL Server BI Edition will help customers unlock insights with pervasive data discovery across mounds of structured, unstructured, and cloud data sources backed by managed self-service BI, credible consistent data, and large-scale data warehousing and an Read More...
AccountMate
AccountMate accounting modules are available for LAN, Microsoft SQL, and MSDE. These different versions help a business to evolve from a single user system

sql navision  powerful and sophisticated multi-user SQL database network. AccountMate can help manage global operations with multi-currency capabilities and a built-in translation engine for multi-lingual businesses. A wide variety of independently developed programs are also available to further tailor AccountMate software to specific industries. AccountMate products are sold worldwide through their authorized resellers. Read More...
Life Science Products Selects abas ERP
Life Science Products (LSP) recently selected abas-USA as its enterprise resource planning (ERP) provider to replace its existing outdated Navision ERP system

sql navision  Science Products Selects abas ERP Life Science Products (LSP) recently selected abas-USA as its enterprise resource planning (ERP) provider. LSP is a manufacturing and distribution company in the biomedical and pharmaceutical industry, specializing in construction products and services (floors, walls, ceiling, and wall protection), safety supplies and personal protective equipment (PPE).   The company’s existing outdated Navision ERP system (what is today Microsoft Dynamics NAV ) was no longer Read More...
Managing Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Navision
This is a reprint of the summary chapter from the book Managing Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Navision by Dr. Scott Hamilton.

sql navision  Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Navision Introduction The starting point of the book Managing Your Supply Chain Using Microsoft Navision is that supply chain management requires effective use of an integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. Its central theme focuses on using Microsoft Navision for managing supply chain activities in manufacturers and distributors. Its target audience includes those individuals implementing or considering Microsoft Navision as their ERP system. The Read More...
Why Database-agnostic Enterprise Applications Are on the Way Out
Middleware agnosticism is the wave of the future, and the database platform is becoming part of the application. It has therefore become increasingly important

sql navision  slowly on Microsoft 's SQL Serve r or IBM 's DB2 , or vice versa, depending on how the application is optimized. New Technology Solves Problems One argument for designing database-agnostic applications was the perceived difference between the level of skill and effort required to manage different database platforms. Historically, SQL Server had the reputation of being relatively simple and user-friendly, whereas many people believed that Oracle required a DBA with extensive knowledge of tools and methodol Read More...
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