CNET: Navision, which develops what is known as back-end software, helps companies manage business affairs such as human resources, accounting and customer relationships. It competes against software giants such as SAP and Oracle for larger enterprise customers, and against Microsoft’s Great Plains division in the market for smaller and midsized accounts.
“Microsoft and Navision have had parallel lives, each with a deep belief in building long-term customer relationships achieved through lasting commitment to talented, value-adding partners,” Microsoft Vice President Doug Burgum said in a press release.
My spin: Microsoft is deadly serious about moving into to business management sector. Great Plains gives it a boost in the US, Navision gives it a boost in Europe…reada Microsoft interview
Latest posts by Ramon Ray (see all)
- Advice from the 2017 SXSW Dell Experience: How to Pitch a Complex Business - March 30, 2017
- The Experience: Dell Showcases the Power of Technology at SXSW 2017 - March 28, 2017
- Accounting Gets Artificial Intelligence: Xero’s New Service - March 16, 2017