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Navision: ERP software solution for your business?

Is Navision a good accounting / ERP software solution for your business? Here are some basic questions to see whether Navision fits your budget and key requirements:

Key Features: Before you spend a lot of time investigating Navision, look through the list of commonly-requested features and functions that Nav does and does not have, below, to see if there are any show-stoppers.

Nav DOES have:
Distributed 2- or 3-tier architecture
SQL server option
Multi-language and multi-currency capabilities
Web-app integration capabilities
All typical accounting functions
Optional modules for manufacturing, warehouse/distribution, jobs/project management, service management
Extensive customization capabilities
Strong audit trails

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Price: If you don't have a minimum budget of about $10,000, don't bother looking into Navision (you can find cheaper accounting software options here). If you don't have at least $25,000, don't expect Navision to do much more than accounting -- the manufacturing, warehouse, and service modules all require the more expensive base package. A more realistic typical budget for Nav is $15,000 to $50,000 for accounting and perhaps job/project management capabilities for 2 to 6 users, or $50,000 to $150,000+ for more users and/or more complex capabilities such as manufacturing, warehouse/distribution, and/or service. And of course you can save money by doing your own implementation, or by seeking out discounts on the software, but if your budget's not in the ballpark, it's better to know now, right?


Nav DOES NOT have:
Web-only client
MAC OS or Unix OS options (you'd need to use a Windows emulator)
Integrated Retail POS capabilities (tho there are some 3rd party add-ons)

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