Dynamics NAV Case Studies
Learning from Others
Case studies are important because they allow us to examine the experiences of other companies that have implemented Dynamics NAV. This may not be important if your company is a mainstream manufacturer, where the processes and challenges are well-known. In such cases, our experience with many other mainstream manufacturers has already armed us with the knowledge required to begin work on your project.
If your company is in a specialized industry or has specialized processes, it is often beneficial to talk to other, similar companies that have implemented NAV. This will not only allow us to to assess the likely ROI (or lack thereof) in implementing NAV with your company; it will also allow us to learn from their experiences and help identify potential opportunities or trouble spots.
How do we find these companies? We start by searching through Microsoft’s massive database of Dynamics NAV case studies, drawn from NAV’s 84,000 customers worldwide.
If your company is specialized and there is a close enough parallel with one of the companies in these case studies, we’ll often contact the company in question, learn about their experiences, and share this information with you as part of our joint effort to plot the best path forward.
Dynamics Nav Case Study Dutch Farms
For its new ERP system, Dutch Farms chose Microsoft Dynamics NAV and implemented the solution with help from Microsoft Gold Certified Partner Solution Systems. Since deployment, the company has grown its revenue by 25 percent without needing to add staff to back-office positions, gained comprehensive insight and control over operations, and sharpened its competitive edge with both small and large retailers alike.
Dynamics Nav Case Study Stonewall Kitchen
Dynamics Nav Case Study Turi Foods
In 2009, Turi Foods bought the slaughtering and processing operations of a competitor. This facility – called Golden Farms – used an Oracle ERP system that was too expensive for a single facility to maintain. Golden Farms turned to ERP specialist and Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, Fenwick Software. Fenwick said it could deploy Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 within three months, including electronic data interfaces (EDIs) to major customers and a bespoke call centre tool. Staff now have a system that is easier to maintain than its predecessor, and which generates reports more quickly.