Microsoft Dynamics NAV

Dynamics NAV est l'ancienne marque de Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, le logiciel ERP de Microsoft. Avant de devenir Dynamics NAV, le logiciel s'appelait Navision.

Lorsque Microsoft a acheté le logiciel danois en 2002, Navision a été ajoutée à Microsoft Business Solutions, la division ERP de Microsoft.

En 2007, la division ERP a été renommée Microsoft Dynamics et la gamme de produits Navision s'appellait Microsoft Dynamics NAV.

En octobre 2018, Microsoft Dynamics NAV est devenu partie intégrante de la plate-forme Dynamics 365 et le nom a été changé pour Dynamics 365 Business Central.

Microsoft Dynamics NAV pour le transport et la logistique

Depuis 1999, NaviTrans se spécialise et se concentre sur les solutions logicielles logistiques basées sur Dynamics NAV, alors connues sous le nom de Navision.

Lorsque Microsoft a acheté Navision, NaviTrans est devenu Microsoft Certified Reseller et notre équipe de développeurs dédiée a mis un point d'honneur à publier une nouvelle version de NaviTrans à chaque nouvelle version de Dynamics NAV.

En décembre 2018, NaviTrans 13 a été publié sur Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, successeur de Dynamics NAV.

Fonctionnalités de Microsoft Dynamics NAV

  • Gestion financière
  • Gestion de la chaîne logistique
  • Fabrication
  • Distribution
  • Gestion de la relation client
  • Ventes et marketing
  • La gestion des services
  • Gestion des ressources humaines
  • Gestion de projet et des ressources
  • Gestion d'entrepôt


History of Microsoft Dynamics NAV: Timeline Navision – Microsoft Dynamics NAV

  • 1983 to 1987 - PC&C (Personal Computing and Consulting) is founded and the first ever single-user Navision called PC-Plus released, a single-user application with basic accounting functionality.
  • 1987 -1990 - first multi-user version of Navision is released in partnership with IBM Denmark, a client/server-based accounting application that allowed multiple users to access the system simultaneously.
  • 1990 to 1994 - Navision becomes an international ERP solution. The Navision product sold primarily in Denmark until 1990. From Navision version 3 the product was distributed in other European countries, including Germany and the United Kingdom.
  • 1995 to 1999 - Navision Financials - first Windows version. In 1995 the first version of Navision based on Microsoft Windows 95 was released. The success of the product prompted the company to rename itself to Navision Software A/S in 1995.
  • 2000 to 2001 - Navision Software merges with competitor Damgaard Data. In 2001 the company changed its name to "Navision A/S".
  • 2002 to 2004 - Navision becomes part of Microsoft Business Solutions. On July 11, 2002 Microsoft bought Navision A/S to go with its previous acquisition of Great Plains. Navision became a new division at Microsoft, named Microsoft Business Solutions, which also handled Microsoft CRM.
  • 2005 to 2007 the last classic Navision Financials versions. In September 2005 Microsoft re-branded the product and re-released it as Microsoft Dynamics NAV.
  • 2008 - the new role tailored client. In December 2008 Microsoft released Dynamics NAV 2009, which contains both the original "classic" client, as well as a new three-tier GUI called the RoleTailored Client (RTC).
  • In October 2013, Microsoft released Dynamics NAV 2013, which was available with the RTC only, and introduced support for 64-bit Windows operating systems as well as a redesign of storing dimension sets, interoperability with SharePoint, and a web client.
  • In October 2014, Microsoft released Dynamics NAV 2015. This version’s improvements feature the tablet client, document reporting using Microsoft Word, Bank Integration, and more.
  • In October 2015, Microsoft released NAV 2016 features enhancements in reporting and email integration, deferral accounting, and posting preview function.
  • 2018 to - The beginning of a new era: rebranding to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central


Windows based Navision versions from 1.00 onwards were:

  • Navision Financials 1.00: 1.00, 1.00A, 1.00B, 1.10, 1.10A, 1.20, 1.30
  • Navision Financials 2.00: 2.00, 2.00A, 2.00B, 2.00C, 2.01, 2.01A, 2.01B
  • Navision Financials 2.50: 2.50
  • Navision Financials 2.60: 2.60, 2.60A, 2.60B, 2.60C, 2.60D, 2.60E
  • Navision Financials 2.65: Introducing the NAS (Navision Application Server)
  • Navision Solutions 3.00: 3.00
  • Navision Attain 3.01: 3.01, 3.01A, 3.01B
  • Navision Attain 3.10: 3.10, 3.10A, 3.10B
  • Navision Attain 3.60: 3.60, 3.60A
  • Microsoft Business Solutions Navision 3.70: 3.70, 3.70A, 3.70B
  • Microsoft Business Solutions NAV 4.00: 4.00, 4.00 SP1, 4.00 SP2, 4.00 SP3
  • Dynamics NAV 5.00: 5.00, 5.00 SP1
  • Dynamics NAV 2009: ("6.00") 2009, 2009 SP1, 2009 R2
  • Dynamics NAV 2013: ("7.00") 2013, ("7.1") 2013 R2
  • Dynamics NAV 2015: ("8.00") 2015
  • Dynamics NAV 2016: ("9.00") 2016
  • Dynamics NAV 2017: ("10.00") 2017
  • Dynamics NAV 2018: ("11.00") 2018
  • Subsequent versions were rebranded as Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central