Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 is now localized for 15 markets: Australia, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, India, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, United States and international English.
Microsoft says other localized versions are on the way, "but we don't have dates to share yet."
With this release, "we've focused on building what we've come to call "a business solution from Microsoft," blogged Paul White, Senior Director - ERP Product Management. "By this we mean a solution that combines comprehensive ERP capabilities for small and midsize businesses together with a simple, intuitive user experience, insightful business intelligence and reporting tools and deep ties into Microsoft's portfolio of products," Paul explains. "The result is an ERP solution that is easy to use, works seamlessly with your existing productivity tools, and is quick and cost-effective to implement," he said.
For partners that build industry and custom solutions on top of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013, "we've made a big investment in improving the "hostability" of the solution -- meaning you get going faster because partners can deploy and manage NAV 2013 in a more streamlined way -- and it also means that performance is significantly faster," he said.
Check out the Microsoft Dynamics NAV product page for more information.
In other Microsoft news, an update to Visual Studio 2010 SP1 with compatibility support for Visual Studio 2012 and Windows 8 is available for download.
After you apply the Microsoft update, the following Visual Studio 2010 SP1 Test Tools features are improved for Windows 8. Here are the list of new features:
- "You can run a Coded UI Test for the Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5-based Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) controls on a computer that is running Windows 8.
- You can run a Coded UI test for 64-bit (x64) Internet Explorer 10 on a computer that is running Windows 8," the VS team informs.