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Setting up customised documents, reports, archiving options and printing in Dynamics NAV is a known struggle and often solved by hiring a consultant that spends lots of extra hours on creating and managing the customizations. Can this be done easier? Yes!
Cloud computing use is exploding in business today. With so many businesses moving ERP, CRM, and other workloads to the Cloud, this has led to tight competition in the managed services sphere.
Dynamics 365 brings together CRM and ERP functionality - integrated with Office 365, Power BI and Cortana Intelligence, plus other Microsoft products – to provide a unified working experience across business processes.
Based on significant investments in qualified personnel, training and certifications, and demonstrated support capabilities, Microsoft has recognised SaaSplaza as the first fully qualified global Indirect CSP Partner for
ERP software has had a dramatic impact on businesses. The same is true of how the cloud has revolutionised information technology systems. It is not surprising then that Microsoft Dynamics ERP solutions in the cloud have become such a powerful and popular tool.
In partnership with the Government of Cameroon, Microsoft and UASG Advisors, SaaSplaza has the priviledge to deliver Cloud Services for Microsoft Dynamics NAV to SMEs in Cameroon.
To earn Microsoft Dynamics Inner Circle recognition, Partners must reach service and sales achievements that rank them in the highest echelon of the Microsoft Dynamics global network of partners.
Australian Microsoft Dynamics Partners can now offer Microsoft Dynamics on Microsoft Azure as a service, in both Private and Public cloud deployments, at a price-per-user-per-month with SaaSplaza.
The terms colocation, hosting and cloud, with respect to how enterprises manage their IT applications, infrastructure and services are often used interchangeably and incorrectly. This situation can lead to confusion and the blurring of the differences between the different models.