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[4] In December 2008 Microsoft released Dynamics NAV 2009, which contains both the original "classic" client, as well as a new three-tierGUI called the Role. 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 Share. In October 2015, Microsoft released NAV 2016 features enhancements in reporting and email integration, deferral accounting, and posting preview function.

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In two thousand and three Microsoft announced plans to develop an entirely new ERP system (Project Green). But it later decided to continue development of all ERP systems (Dynamics AX, Dynamics NAV, Dynamics GP and Dynamics SL). Microsoft launched all four ERP systems with the same new role-based user-interface, SQL-based reporting and analysis, SharePoint-based portal, Pocket PC-based mobile clients and integration with Microsoft Office. In September two thousand and five Microsoft re-branded the product and re-released it as Microsoft Dynamics NAV.[4] In December 2008 Microsoft released Dynamics NAV 2009, which contains both the original "classic" client, as well as a new three-tierGUI called the RoleTailored Client (RTC).[5]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 2015, Microsoft released NAV 2016 features enhancements in reporting and email integration, deferral accounting, and posting preview function. Microsoft continues to invest in Dynamics NAV and is now on an annual release cycle. The product itself has gone through several name changes over the time. Initially "Navigator" was used in Denmark, although most Danish users knew it as "IBM-Navigator", as IBM distributed the software. Internationally it was sold as "Navision", except in the U.S., where it was called "Avista". The names "Navision Financials", "Navision Solutions", "Navision Attain", "Microsoft Business Solutions - Navision Edition", and - as of 2014[update] - "Microsoft Dynamics NAV" (pronounced [naev] or, contrary to standard rules of reading shortened words, [en ei 'vi:], except in the U.S. where most[quantify] customers simply say "nav" - short for "Navision") have all been used to refer to this product. Before NAV 2013, Microsoft Dynamics NAV gave administrators the option of using either a native database server or Microsoft SQL Server, as the DBMS. SQL Server is now the exclusive database option for NAV. Retiring the old "Native database" has given way to long-awaited improvements in reducing/eliminating database locking, which can occur when hundreds or thousands of users are using the same data at once. Document reporting in NAV two thousand and thirteen is based on the RDLC two thousand and eight format (RDLC two thousand and ten in NAV two thousand and thirteen R2). Reports are edited partly in the NAV Development Environment and Visual Studio. NAV two thousand and thirteen R2 includes a free report editor.

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