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Customer Story: Flannerys

29/05/2017 12:16:40 PM | Dynamic Business IT Solutions

Flannerys is an Australian supermarket chain based in Queensland. Prior to the implementation of LS Nav, the company did not have a central database. Their legacy system included MYOB to manage finance and payroll, and Microsoft Dynamics Retail Management System (RMS) to manage the retail side of the business – plus 12 separate databases, one per store.

Flannerys evaluated different alternatives to RMS, and ended up shortlisting LS Nav and Retail Smart. After an information and demonstration session with LS Retail partner Dynamic Business IT Solutions, the management at Flannerys decided that LS Nav was the right system to satisfy the business’s requirements and support its future growth.

Show Chart Feature in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017

28/05/2017 11:15:26 PM | Dynamic Business IT Solutions
In Microsoft Dynamics NAV there is a feature called Show as Chart, usually available on a list page.  This feature has been available from quiet some versions now. The following article explains on how you can work with the feature.

Web services based on Account Schedule KPI

4/05/2017 10:54:46 AM | Dynamic Business IT Solutions

Both Pages and Query object in NAV can be published as Web Services. Microsoft used this approach in NAV to bring life to account schedules in Excel.

Today’s blog post is about using this capability to publish Pages and Queries as OData-Feeds in order to analyse NAV’s data in Excel.

Using Times Series API in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017

29/11/2016 3:46:10 PM | Dynamic Business IT Solutions

With Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 release, Dynamics NAV enters into the world of machine learning and the first step into this journey is to bring the Time Series API to Dynamics NAV developers.

In this article you will get to see how to get an Azure Machine Learning experiment, publish an endpoint and use the time series API to get predictions.

Understanding NAV ‘Limited Users’

3/06/2016 11:00:35 AM | Dynamic Business IT Solutions
Hi Everyone,
Generally everyone understands what a Microsoft Dynamics NAV Full user is - a user that can do anything you give them permission to do really. They can Create Master Data, Create Documents and Post Transactions, Setup Workflows, Post to the General Ledger etc.

The challenge is that we need to clearly understand how Limited Users (or 'Light Users' to which they are sometimes referred) work and how they are relevant to your organisation, and of course who you can make a "Limited User".

Once you understand this, it makes it very easy for you to plan your users rather than your partner guessing what you want.
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