Microsoft has published a new iPad app, an Android app, and a Windows app for Dynamics NAV 2015. The company had promised such apps, along with one for Windows back at WPC 2014 when they revealed NAV 2015. The upcoming general availability of NAV 2015, is expected to be featured at several conferences this fall, starting this week at the partner event Directions US.
At this point we don’t know much about the apps other than the descriptions in the app stores. They explain that it is touch-enabled (obviously) and designed to “get real work done.” (At the time of publishing this article, Microsoft has not yet posted to any of its own blogs on their availability.)
Here’s more on the iPad app:
“Get visibility into every angle of your business using the Role Center. Tap to drill into details about your customers, vendors, inventory, or any other data from Dynamics NAV. Quickly create invoices and quotes, and email them with just a few taps.”
The apps are free, but won’t be of much use without NAV 2015. The list of features includes…
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