Whitepaper - Can Microsoft Dynamics NAV scale up?

    Dynamics NAV is a scalable solution which can manage high order volumes coming from simultaneous channels without causing performance problems. Don't believe us? Take a look at this whitepaper!

    In today’s rapidly evolving world more and more organisations, big and small, are receiving increasing amounts of data from multiple sources such as OCR, EDI, websites and telesales meaning the volume of through-put is much greater than has traditionally been seen. Many people think of Microsoft Dynamics NAV as an ERP solution for SMBs but we know that this wonderful solution is used to great effect by organisations with some seriously high volumes of orders!

    We have some of the largest Dynamics NAV implementations in the world with installations of over 1,000 databases in a single customer and multi-terabyte databases to installations with over 1,000 concurrent users. We conducted an exercise to prove that Dynamics NAV is a scalable solution which could manage high volumes of orders coming from simultaneous channels without causing performance problems. When we showed the results to a prospect considering using Dynamics NAV as their ERP solution they firmly concluded: ‘We now have no concerns about Dynamics NAV scalability’.

    This whitepaper shares the findings of our tests - simply complete the form to download!

    Download the whitepaper here
    Written by
    Sue Smart - Storyteller at The NAV | 365 People
    Sue Smart - Storyteller at The NAV | 365 People

    At 16, when Sue first sat down to write a book, she realised if she wanted to have good stories to tell, she needed to get as much life experience as possible - in the workplace, socially and in travelling the world. So began a working life with jobs as varied as working on a pioneering IVF team, being a PA in the corporate world, running her own wedding business, being a carer in a Scottish castle, waitressing on a Greek island, farming in Tuscany and being a tour guide at an oceanarium. She was even offered a job as a nanny when she thought it would be fun to run away with a circus – but that’s another story… Sue’s desire to write never left her and she finally gained a BA in journalism and PR. This led to working as a journalist and features writer for newspapers in Australia and the UK … and eventually to her current role as Storyteller, a position she is relishing.