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Johannes Gudmundsson

Recent Posts

Extending Dynamics NAV

May 2, 2017

Does your business software feel like a house you keep adding rooms to?  How do you extend without it turning into an eyesore?

When you’ve installed basic unmodified NAV, you have an enormous number of features out of the box.

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The flexibility of implementations using Dynamics NAV

April 10, 2017

It helps to think of an implementation like building a community.  Only with Dynamics NAV, you don’t have to figure out everything before breaking ground.  You adjust as you go.

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Dynamics NAV really does have a Service Management module!

March 6, 2017

Whenever I go through the functionalities of NAV, I always talk about financials, distribution, manufacturing and warehouse.  But there is a little forgotten child in there called Service Management and it’s actually pretty good.

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Artificial Intelligence, a reality check!

February 24, 2017

Who supplied my cheese?

February 16, 2017

Does anyone really know where their lunch comes from?  Should we care?

Wouldn’t it be nice if we could start recognizing the taste between cod caught in the Atlantic or the Pacific?

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Is Trump following an Agile Methodology?

February 9, 2017

In the past two weeks we have seen a slew of controversial executive orders coming from the White House.  

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5 Dynamics NAV Implementation mistakes to avoid

February 2, 2017

Business Software implementations can be very difficult and bloody.  There are a lot of mistakes that can be made and the path is laden with minefields.  This is true for any business software implementation.

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How much do Dynamics NAV implementations really cost?

January 19, 2017

To accurately estimate the implementation of a business software is a very tricky task.  The consulting industry often estimates about one to one of software cost and service.  Which basically means that you end up spending the same amount on service as you will on the software to go live. 

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Deciphering 5 Microsoft Business Software trends in 2017

January 11, 2017

2017 is here and we are going to make it great together. 

At the beginning of each year I find it useful to try to understand what is to come in the business software space. 

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Dynamics NAV 2017 Hardware requirements in plain English

December 14, 2016

I normally don’t write hardware requirement entries but I was asked to explain them in plain English.  I find hardware requirement documents to be a throwback to the '90s.  It usually references the minimum requirements for the machine and platform software to run a particular application.

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