In NAV 2016, Microsoft introduced a proper workflow engine and some templates, opening the door for user defined workflows right out of the box (where previously, an ISV solution or customization would be required). That said, with few exceptions, such as e-mails for approval requests, the scope of the workflows was entirely within the NAV application: being triggered by an event in NAV, resulting in one or more actions and responses in NAV. Despite the limited number of pre-built workflow templates, events, and responses, it has definitely been a good selling feature for the solution.
Now imagine what you could do if NAV workflows could interact with other applications and services that your organization uses every day? Think SharePoint, CRM applications, SQL, cloud based file sharing services, Office apps (traditional and Office 365), BI.. or even social media! Actions driven by events in NAV, or triggering processes in NAV based on events in another application that drives your business.
Freezing Panes in Excel… oh-so-easy when you want to lock the first row or first column, but oh-so-frustrating (at least for me, until I figured out) when you want to lock multiple rows, columns, or some combination of the two.
But once I learned how, it was so astonishingly simple that I just had to share it for the benefit of anyone else who has been chasing this ‘elusive’ functionality. Watch this How-To video and start freezing rows and columns to your heart’s content.
It’s that time of year when you start thinking about the next year. While budgeting and forecasting is a part of business life, would it not be nice to make it easier? Listen to this webinar to will learn about some best practices that might save you and your team hours this time of year. Make it your best year end ever!
InterDyn BMI is extremely honored to announce that AJ Ansari, our NAV Product Manager, was awarded NAVUG All Star at this year’s User Group Summit, along with Anthony Darden from Protective Industries & Steve Chinsky from Columbus IT.
The recipients of the awards were presented at the 2016 NAVUG Summit in Tampa, FL.
“NAVUG is so fortunate to have Members in our community like Anthony, AJ, and Steve. This past year they have shared their Dynamics NAV knowledge with the community through webinars and Chapter meetings, they have served on various committees & boards, and they regularly help other users through the Open Forum. We are incredibly thankful that they have given their time and energy to this community – we have all benefitted greatly,” said Mark Rhodes, NAVUG Program Director.
“Congratulations to each of these very-deserving recipients.”
Attention all Microsoft Dynamics NAV users: Sign up now for this free NAV Virtual Summit on October 25! See what’s coming in NAV 2017, hear from Microsoft guest speakers, and learn the latest tips from our team of NAV Product Specialists.
This is a free, virtual event offered to all of our Microsoft Dynamics NAV customers. There will be several technical sessions, Q & A opportunities and various scheduled breaks throughout the day.
Can’t make it for the full day? Feel free to sign up and join in as you please!