Role Tailored Client is the one of the best things that Microsoft Dynamics Nav 2009 brings, and if you are not using it, you are really missing out. It is tailored to your workers needs, inch by inch, making them more productive and less busy. Recently, I have been assigned by my firm to implement and install Role Tailored Client, and use it as our primary tool for accessing the Navision database. With the help of our partners, we have already switched to version 2009 r2, but never used RTC or tried to implement the 3 tier architecture in our firm. Few days ago we have finally finished implementing and installing Role Tailored Client in 3 tier architecture model, and in this post I would like to share some of the key points that I have learned googling the internet and reading many articles on this subject, and using some of my own skills to make it work more smoothly in our environment.
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Prošlo je skoro tri decenije od kada su Jesper Balser, Peter Bang i Torben Wind osnovali kompaniju PC&C i pokrenuli razvoj jednog od najboljih ERP sistema današnjice, prvobitno nazvanog PC Plus, a ubrzo posle rebrendiranog kao Navision. Inspirisan blog postom mog kolege Miloša Rajčevića i wiki stranice Dynamics Users o istoriji Nav-a, rešio sam da vam predstavim ovaj odličan proizvod kroz hronološki pregled verzija i bitnih dogadjaja sa kratkim opisom funkcionalnosti koje su sa njima dolazile. Takodje, bez poznavanja istorije razvoja jedne platforme, teško možete odrediti u kom smeru će dalje ići njen razvoj i da li je ona vredna vašeg kapitala i vremena, što zaista mislim da Dynamics Nav jeste.
Yesterday I have made public my first blog post titled Microsoft Nav: ERP for small and midsize companies on MS Academic Community Serbia web site. In the near future I plan to cover all aspects of MS Nav ERP in my blog posts on MSACS, so stay tuned. You can read my post on the MSACS site in Serbian or read more for English translation…