Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Microsoft Dynamics GP on Windows Azure

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It’s official, Microsoft has announced that Microsoft Dynamics® GP and Microsoft Dynamics® NAV customers can now work with their partners to get their business solutions in the cloud and know that their solution is hosted on a secure, enterprise-class cloud infrastructure.  So, you only have to ask yourself one question – when can I get in on the action?

You’ve been hearing a lot about cloud technology and services and now is a perfect time to get your feet wet with minimal business interruption.  Basically, you are simply moving your business solution, whether it be Microsoft Dynamics GP or Microsoft Dynamics NAV, from your in-house server room to your partner’s secure, enterprise-class cloud infrastructure on Windows Azure®.  Let your partner handle the maintenance and management of the servers and hardware that your IT department has been taking care of on-premise.  In return, you can save money in IT expenses,  free up your IT team to focus on other important areas, and provide greater mobility to the rest of your team.

Windows Azure is the platform that allows users to access your business management solution via a web connection and mobile devices – including tablets and smartphones. You can save money from managing expensive server rooms and give your IT experts time to focus on other innovative technologies that can streamline operations and improve customer service.  The biggest benefit of cloud computing is that your team can get out of the office to meet with prospects, connect with customers, and check-in on suppliers, while keeping existing projects on schedule and in budget.   You can approve new contracts, send proposals to customers, and keep an eye on sales figures whether you are inside or outside of the office.  You can also monitor the same metrics that you watch on your desktop computer during the day, from your tablet or smartphone at any time of the day and from virtually anywhere.  The freedom to be mobile can strengthen customer and supplier relationships while improving the productivity of your team.

You don’t need to switch or learn how to use a new ERP solution to take advantage of cloud technology.  Move your existing Microsoft Dynamics ERP solution to Windows Azure and go about your business as usual.  Contact OmniVue for more information about Windows Azure and how using cloud technology can benefit your business.

By OmniVue, a Microsoft Dynamics GP and NAV Partner out of Georgia

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