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Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Application Design by Mark Brummel

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Trade in vertical industries

Microsoft Dynamics NAV is used in many different vertical industries that often require specific features. Rather than trying to implement all these features in the standard product, Microsoft Dynamics NAV supports the framework, and allows developers to design and create vertical features.

For these features the 80/20 rule applies. Microsoft delivers 80% of the framework which costs 20% of our time to implement. The missing 20% of the functionality is developed at a cost of 80% of the budgeted time.

In this chapter we will discuss how Microsoft Dynamics NAV is used for trade in five different vertical industries. For each industry we will discuss two specific vertical features and how they could be solved.

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