Nobody would have thought that could come of the little and very simple accounting system, three college students in Denmark created in 1984. Today owned by the world largest software company and used by 100000's of customers world wide every day under the name Microsoft Dynamics NAV.
As time goes, then the story also evolves. Some of the events that were really important when they happened, are today long forgotten. I hope that we can continue updating these pages for many years, and make sure that nothing is forgotten. Just for the fun of it.
Navision Financials 1.00:(1.00, 1.00A, 1.00B, 1.10, 1.10A, 1.20, 1.30)Navigator Financials (DK)Avista Financials (US)
Navision Financials 1.10: (1.10, 1.10A)
Navision Financials 1.20: (1.20)
Navision Financials 1.30: (1.30)
Navision Financials 2.60: 2.60, 2.60A, 2.60B, 2.60C, 2.60D, 2.60E
Navision Financials 2.60M - Manufacturing
Navision Financials 2.60AD - advanced distribution
Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017: ("10.00") - monthly CU'sMicrosoft Dynamics 365 for Financials-Business EditionMicrosoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, Business Edition
Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018: ("11.00") - monthly CU's
Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018 R2: announced
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central - announced
These wiki pages about the history of Dynamics NAV has been written and updated since 2010. Originally it was made based upon some even older forum posts here on DUG.
If you have additional information, or good "stories" about some of the bigger events, in the history of Navision, then please either update the page, comment, or send me (Erikemail@example.com) the story, if you don't want/can do it you self. Also links to any news articles would be great.
Another link about Navision's history in the early days.
Very Good Nice...It is very useful to me...thanks..
well knitted and very useful article on NAV, thanks Dear!
Very good story!
Will Microsoft mantain NAV until 2018 in the roadmap?
Good , Useful article
Hello what about Microsoft CRM?
CAN You tell something
Very good historical job, really interesting.
Thank you very much.