How to implement Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 in trading companies

September 29 2014

The following article is adapted from a portion of one chapter of Mark Brummel's new book Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 Application Design. The full chapter of the book discusses how to integrate sales and purchase documents with the built in Warehouse Management and Reservation processes.

About Marije Brummel

Author, Programmer, Consultant, Project Manager, Presenter, Evangelist, Sales person and Trainer. Working for Partners, ISV’s, End Users, Master VARs and Microsoft across the globe in more than 25 countries. It’s next to impossible to find someone as widely and deeply experienced as Marije in the Business Central community.

Marije received numerous awards including the Microsoft MVP award and the NAVUG All-Star. She was chair of the Dynamics Credentialling committee and authored the official Microsoft Exam materials. She did both onsite and online readiness sessions for Microsoft when the product went through major changes such as moving from two to three tier and the introduction of extensions. 

Her biggest passion is changing the world for the better in every way possible. One of her biggest achievements was the introduction of Design Patterns into the Business Central community. 

She is the go-to-girl when it comes to performance troubleshooting and upgrade challenges. Technologies such as the Azure stack and Web frameworks don’t hold secrets in regards to Business Central.

Marije wrote a number of books and countless blog articles and YouTube videos, which influenced almost every person and project involved with Business Central.

At home she enjoys the outdoors with her dog and tries to spend as much time as possible with her kids and family. She likes shopping and traveling.

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