NAV 7 Statement of Direction has been updated

NAV 7 is slowly getting nearer and more details are starting to come to light.

The blogger Waldo has written an excellent blog on the original NAV statement of direction which you can read here

He has also highlighted some of the highlights of the updated statement of direction and you can read all 19 pages of it if you are a Microsoft partner by clicking here.

Waldo does a great job of summarising and highlighting the new functionality in NAV 7 and one of the first things which caught my eye was looking at the road map where Microsoft are planning to release a major new release every year until with NAV 9 being released in 2014.  Considering the time it has taken for NAV 7 to be released this is quite a change of pace from Microsoft who seem to be investing in their Dynamics product range in a big way.

I will point you in the direction of Waldo’s blog which highlights the new functionality

http://mibuso.com/blogs/waldo/2012/02/06/statement-of-directions-for-nav-7-updated/

the other important factor is the release date of NAV 7, it’s going to be release September/October 2012, which will be here sooner than we know it.

First of all, it states the release date, being: September/October of 2012.

 

 

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