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Navision Memorabilia

To All,

Does anyone have any "funky" Navision memorabilia? A colleague of mine has a model sponsored Porsche 959 car in a box - with Navision being one of the names plastered over the car as a sponsor.

What do you guys (and gals) have? And where did you get it from?
  • Oh and I forgot to say - I have an umbrella and a CD wallet. Smile

  • Does anybody knows where Navision get their Mint (you know those little sweets packed in a blue box, they usually gave you at Navision when you go there for training) from ?

    They're actually really nice, I was not able to find
    anything similar either in the UK or France.

    Connull : I've got the umbrella & the suitcase

  • Tarek,

    We use to have those mints you talk about, all the time on the courses. You're right, they use to be really nice! Don't know where they got them from though, sorry!

    Suitcase? Interesting! How or Where did you get it from?
  • I got it from a NSC when I was still working in sunny Singapore.

    But I did got the umbrella in the UK Big Smile You need it a lot there Wink

    quote:
    Originally posted by CMDunbar


    Suitcase? Interesting! How or Where did you get it from?

  • Those sweets are alright. Wouldn't say they are great though. I have no Navision memorabilia. Sad
  • quote:
    Originally posted by Tarek Demiati


    They're actually really nice, I was not able to find
    anything similar either in the UK or France.



    or

    quote:
    Originally posted by Connull


    You're right, they use to be really nice!



    Are you sure about that. They are horrible!

    However, we have a lot of this stuff. Golf balls, pens, shirts. All this stuff from the Navitique.
  • We all got one of those rotating digital clock things last year. My NSC used to have those little mints for our own client training, haven't seen them for a while though...
  • What about the 'nice' blue Navision can.
    It always slops over my cup if I try to fill coffee in my cup
    from this can Sad.

    The mints are a common marketing item in Germany.
    We got a lot of these packages from other companies than Navision.

    bye

    André
  • quote:
    Originally posted by Andre DDB

    What about the 'nice' blue Navision can.
    It always slops over my cup if I try to fill coffee in my cup
    from this can Sad.


    That can is from Stelton. Danish design. What do you expect?
    You should know. You are working with a danish software (OK. Not anymore, but that software was developed in Danmark!)
  • in the Netherlands there is a catalog available called Navitique. In this catalog you van find all the Navision memorabilia, including, sweatshirts, golf balls, caps, but also the folder material etc.
  • I have always been suspicious of the Navision mints - How come everyone who goes on a Navision course ends up eating them all during the first day & then gets withdrawl symptoms for the next two days? Or that Polos (Or other mints) do not seem to be satisfactory?

    I expect that Navision memorabilia may have some colector value now that Microsoft has taken them over & the name will eventually disappear when convergence finally takes place.

    I think I will hold out for £1M for my rotating clock! Big Smile

    I also still have my "Navision - High Fliers" T-shirt from a few years ago.

    There were also the triangular Navision highlighter pens, but they only seemed to work for 5 minutes...

    By far the most fun Navision related 'toy' I have come accross is the 'unfolding' world clock that MBS gave away a few months ago. I have not yet actually put the battery in it yet - I am still playing with the "press-button" unfolding feature! Hours of entertainment!
  • Ed,

    Trust you to have a high fliers T-shirt!!!!
  • I got a pair of binoculars on the Whats New Day in May last year.


    Edward you can have my rotating clock for a measley some of £10K - how many matching pairs will ever go on sale - actually I start the bidding at £10K . . . . . . .
  • I have the following copies of software;

    Navision Financials v1.10, v1.30, v2.00, v2.01, v2.50 & v2.60; and
    Attain v3.00, v3.01, v3.10 & v3.60. Big Smile

    These are priceless! Wink
  • quote:
    Originally posted by CMDunbar

    I have the following copies of software;
    Navision Financials v1.10, v1.30, v2.00, v2.01, v2.50 & v2.60; and
    Attain v3.00, v3.01, v3.10 & v3.60. Big Smile
    These are priceless! Wink


    I still have the DOS Versions (but only German versions) starting from 1.3 with lovely translation errors. Any offer?
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