Regardless of the size and scope of an organisation, it’s likely that at some point or other, it will benefit from a sturdy, well-thought-out Enterprise Resource Planner, or ERP. For those of you with – or looking for – Microsoft Dynamics jobs in Dynamics NAV, you’ll know that Microsoft’s range of ERP solutions are not one-fits-all.
Instead, Microsoft Dynamics professionals are brought on board to implement a specific ERP solution that’s suitable for the business’s size and vertical. Here, we’ll look at how the start-up market fuels NAV development and implementation.
The Start-up Revolution
In the UK and US, something exciting is happening. A new class of business people are creating waves of innovation, setting up exciting new tech and retail companies and initiatives that are inspired by customers looking for new, tech-driven ways to search, retrieve information and shop.
To see this, you only need to take a look at a site like Angel List that matches start-ups with potential investors. On this site alone, there are 31,920 start-ups to choose from. Get your wallet out.
Where NAV Fits in
Just like larger businesses, start-ups require that their resources – their products, services, people and cash – are tracked accurately, quickly and efficiently. This is where Microsoft Dynamics NAV comes into the picture.
While large businesses and corporations rely on the multi-tier support of an ERP like Dynamics AX, smaller companies are more likely to need visibility over smaller ranges of data on fewer levels.
For example, while Shell Oil might need to look at the financial management of their company from an international level, they will also need to drill down (see what we did there?) to the national and local territories. Start-ups more than likely won’t need this, and therefore, hiring somebody for a Dynamics AX job would be expensive overkill. Stick to NAV, we say.
Microsoft Dynamics NAV Jobs
Dynamics NAV jobs are flying off the proverbial shelves. One of the main priorities all start-ups have is cementing their processes so that as they expand, their structures don’t collapse in the flurry of activity.
While the financial director might have purchased a finance system, and the production director might have sorted out an economical work pipeline, the job of the Dynamics NAV developer is to bring the various systems together in one effective platform that will help cut costs, improve visibility by generating new data and therefore drive productivity.
It’s a big ask, but somebody’s got to do it. Dynamics NAV professionals in the UK and US are snapping up these roles.
In other Microsoft Dynamics news, with the release of Windows 10, Microsoft are looking to make the transition to this new tech as attractive to start-ups as possible, with some Dynamics NAV compatibility fixes in the pipeline. Now, more than ever, Dynamics NAV jobs are likely to be there for the taking, so grab them while you can!
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