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ERP - Dynamics NAV vs AX

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hi
we have retail company and sell food
we need to implement ERP solution and eCommerce website
we have like a 150 employees

we have some recommendation for Dynamics AX and other for the NAV

please help to to choose,,,
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Feridun Kadir earned 500 total points
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I don't think someone can tell you which is the best solution for you without studying your company's requirements.

You should engage with Microsoft partners that specialize in AX and NAV and ask them for proposals. You should take into account which features of ERP you need over and above the core areas of Sales Ledger etc such as HR, Payroll, warehouse etc.

Also compare the licensing costs and whether you want to use the software on your own servers or as a cloud-based service.
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