Posted April 19th, 2017 by Unknown
The simplest way Dynamics NAV 2017 boosts efficiency is by being so very user friendly. Check out the blog post on the user interface options. If your users are familiar with Microsoft Office, then they will take to Dynamics NAV like the proverbial duck to water!
When we implement the solution, role centres / menus are specified for each relevant user group. For example, sales order processes are presented with the data and processes that is necessary for their job function. The use of Fact Boxes and Navigation makes it even easier to access further information in minimal ‘clicks’ (if any!).
Having easy access to the relevant areas of the software is part of the efficiency gain. Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017 also has workflow tools that guide users through their processes. This means that processes are followed accurately and consistency. Exceptions such as an order where the customer has a credit issue, can be routed to the appropriate user to manage.
Not only is training reduced; the intuitive nature of NAV means users fly around the application, quickly finding their own shortcuts and preferred ways of working. Whether your user prefers to use the software exactly as it is, arrange their own screens (within the limits of the role definition), drive everything by keyboard rather than mouse, choose which client they use . . . the flexibility means that Dynamics NAV helps users work in the way that best suits them.
Embrace Excel! You may be aiming to reduce dependence on Excel spreadsheets throughout the organisation. This will prove challenging as many users love Excel. Why not work with this? Dynamics NAV 2017 easily integrates with Excel, allowing users to take data in and out, according to their permissions and the data controls you define in NAV.
So, in Dynamics NAV 2017, you define your processes and users fly through them, responding to queries and completing tasks.