Microsoft Dynamics NAV

Microsoft Dynamics NAV is a flexible ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) solution, used for company’s resource management. This integrated computer system has been designed for companies in need of software that would quickly and easily adapt to a growing organization. Its task is to improve internal and external business processes and to raise the efficiency of collaboration with the company’s clients, suppliers and partners.

Microsoft Dynamics NAV stands out thanks to its easy implementation, use and modification, and because of low operational cost. Due to its friendly interface the use of system is very easy and all the information is presented in full and clear form.

What is more, Microsoft Dynamics NAV is the most popular system among all ERP products by Microsoft. More than 100 000 users worldwide have trusted its rich functionality. The solution is in compliance with International Accounting Standards and The Accounting Act.

The system offers smooth integration with other Microsoft solutions, such as Office 365, Microsoft CRM or Microsoft Azure. The system can be accessed also through mobile devices working on Windows, iOS and Android.

Main benefits

The most important benefits of having Microsoft Dynamics NAV are:

  • Safety of choice,
  • Easy adaptation to the market,
  • Intuitiveness,
  • Accessibility regardless of place,
  • Affordability.

System capabilities

Various company activities covered by Microsoft Dynamics NAV:

Finance and accounting management

  • Compliance with International Accounting Standards and The Accounting Act
  • Ledger
  • Accounting in Microsoft Dynamics NAV
  • VAT
  • Funds management
  • Receivables and liabilities
  • Forecasting / Planning
  • In-house accounting
  • Cost accounting

Tangible Assets management

  • Depreciation
  • Tangible assets maintenance
  • Tangible Assets insurance
  • Annual depreciation plan
  • Tangible Assets classification

Marketing and CRM

  • Contact management
  • Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
  • Contact classification
  • Campaigns
  • Interactions and document managemant
  • Integration with Microsoft dynamics CRM

Sales and purchasing

  • Sales order management
  • Offers
  • Block orders
  • Reservations
  • Sale prices and discounts
  • Purchase order management
  • Order Promising (ATP/CTP)

Warehouse and stock management

  • Basic warehouse tasks
  • Item availability
  • Item tracing
  • Intrastat reports
  • Inbound and outbound items
  • Location transfers
  • Stocktaking
  • Warehouse operations documents


  • Task acceptance
  • Notification system
  • Process automatization


  • Assembly
  • Bill of Materials (BOM)
  • Basic production capacities and routings
  • Production orders
  • Integration of Sales Orders with Planned Production Orders
  • Forecasting and planned production (Material Resource Planning, Master Production Schedule)
  • Capacity Resources Planning (CRP)

Service orders

  • Service items database
  • Service contracts
  • Task planning and allocation

Project management

  • Orders
  • Time sheets
  • Project planning
  • Work in process
  • Resource management and planning

Reports and analysis

  • Reporting
  • Power BI
  • Financial analyses


  • Electronic invoices
  • Exchange rates
  • Document management and OCR

Developer’s tools

  • Table designer
  • Page designer
  • Report and data port designer
  • XML port designer



Microsoft Dynamics NAV User Guide 

What is new in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017

Our Clients

We have been trusted by more than fifty clients, who decided to implement Microsoft Dynamics NAV in their enterprises. Here are some of them: