There are a lot of speculation about New Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 release date and it seems that Microsoft has announced in WPC 2014 (happened last weekend) that NAV 2015 (or CRETE) will be launched on October 1, 2014. Surprisingly Microsoft already have released an app on Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 for windows 8.1 and the same is available to be downloaded from Microsoft App Store. You can find out more about this app in the below link –
This App will work in both in Windows 8.1 Laptop as well as Tablet. Here is few screen shots of the app for your ready reference –
Overdue Sales Invoices
Sales Invoice Report
It’s available in English (United States) and 24 other languages. Below is more details from Microsoft App Store about this app –
With Microsoft Dynamics NAV for modern Windows, you get the familiar Dynamics NAV experience in a fresh and modern interface designed for touch.Dynamics NAV is a business solution from Microsoft that is quick to implement and easy to use, with the power to support your growth ambitions. Dynamics NAV helps businesses manage their financials, supply chain, and people and to create experiences that delight their customers.
Make smart decisions based on the latest business data and get real work done after hours, at home or on the go with Microsoft Dynamics NAV for modern Windows. This is the perfect companion for service engineers, sales field organizations, executives and decision-makers, or anyone in your organization who wants access to Dynamics NAV from a touch enabled mobile device. Get visibility into every angle of your business using the Role Center. Tap to drill into details about your customers, vendors, inventory, or any other data from Dynamics NAV. Quickly create invoices and quotes, and email them with just a few taps.Requires access to Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015.
Your experience will vary depending on the Dynamics NAV server that you are connected to.
Get an overview of your business in the Role Center.
Tap and swipe to get to your data and drill down into details.
Search across all columns in a list.
Send lists to Microsoft Excel or Office 365.
Shoot pictures using the camera on your mobile device and upload them to Dynamics NAV.
Rotate your device to get an overview of your data or focus on content.
Use two apps side by side and see, for example, customer details while you talk via Skype or Lync.
I am eagerly waiting to put my hand on the new Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 and start experimenting with features mentioned in the Microsoft Readiness portal and apply them in some real life scenarios 🙂