Posted on October 23, 2008 by pvbs01
Signal magazine, the official publication of AFCEA, published a great profile on Curt Kolcun, the head of Microsoft’s F$1B+ Federal Government division. The article delved into Microsoft’s on-going efforts into the market and where he sees growth and opportunity.
“And I think the opportunity for us and the opportunity in this marketplace, especially given the financial constraints we see on the horizon, is that our customers will continue to realize significant value with commercial off-the-shelf technology. The real discussion is, how does software really enable an agency to achieve its mission in a way that reduces costs across the board?”
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Posted on October 7, 2008 by pvbs01
In its annual review of mid-range accounting solutions, The CPA Technology Advisor gave Microsoft Dynamics NAV an overall 5-star rating. Dynamics NAV received a 5-star rating in all areas of the review, which were: Ease of Use/Transaction Entry, Modules & Notable Features, Integration/Import/Export, Reporting, Support/Training/Help, and Relative Value.
Some of the highlights from the evaluation were:
“Reporting options are excellent, using the Business Intelligence/Reporting function. Reports are easily customized using report wizards, and reporting options are found in each of the modules. VAT Reporting and Consolidation reporting is available in the GL module. Customized reports can also be built using SQL Server 2005 or SQL Server Reporting Services. The Business Analytics function allows users to obtain a comprehensive view of their business, drilldown to historical documentation, and process and review graphs and reports. Reports can be exported to Microsoft Word or Excel for additional manipulation.”
“Microsoft Dynamics NAV is a comprehensive product designed to provide…businesses with the tools they need to survive and thrive in the electronic workplace. If you’re looking for a scalable, customizable product that utilizes the strength of Microsoft products, you may want to take a look at this very powerful product.”
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