If you’re not running NAV 2017- Your NAV experience is not getting better; it’s just getting older!

January 26, 2017 9:19 pm

Some things get better with age: wine and whiskey, cigars, certain cheeses, cast iron skillets, wise investments.  Your Microsoft Dynamics solutions are not one of those things.  Most people don’t upgrade because change is scary, this is the simplest and one of the most common excuses given for letting software overstay its welcome.  It’s well known that most people are resistant to change, even when the changes are clearly beneficial.  Despite the adage, familiarity more often breeds comfort than contempt.  People fear the unknown, and they don’t trust strangers, whether that stranger is a human being or a business solution.  We can break that fear and mistrust down into more granular reasons.  People are dependent on their computers to get their work done are afraid that a brand-new version or mission critical application will disrupt that process.  What if the new version doesn’t work as well as the old one?  What if some of their favorite features that they use and rely upon look different (as has been known to happen)?  What if the interface isn’t as easy to navigate? (NAV 2017 has improved navigation) The reality is that a majority of our clients who have seen a demo of NAV 2017 have chosen to upgrade.  If you are still on the fence about upgrading let’s schedule a demo for your team to see that latest and greatest version of Microsoft Dynamics NAV!

Michael P. Kristensen, CEO The Halden Group