I’m excited to share that Data Masons’ Vantage Point EDI for Microsoft Dynamics NAV solution has been awarded a place on Dynamics World’s 2012 list for Microsoft Dynamics Top Add-ons for NAV.
Dynamics World was formed among a group of Microsoft Dynamics colleagues who wondered who the most recognizable people in the channel are and why. That question became the site’s Top 100 list, but since its development, the site has incorporated additional resources such as news and forums thanks to several key bloggers and MVPs, including Erik Ernst, Mark Polino, Victoria Yudin, David Jennaway and Dick Wenning.
This year Dynamics World had over 500 NAV add-on nominations to investigate. The selection process is based on a number of requirements that are pertinent to all Microsoft Dynamics-based organizations. Specifically this year, criteria focused on: value for money, ease of implementation, product support, the increase in effectiveness due to add-on implementation, add-on functionality and number of installations, as well as intelligence coming from networks of secret shopper profiling.
In line with these criteria, Vantage Point EDI for Microsoft Dynamics NAV provides users with cost-effective, risk-free EDI integration. Vantage Point EDI’s unique all-in-one approach allows for easy implementation, efficient operation and ongoing managed compliance without requiring intensive NAV platform customizations. By offering the largest integrated document list in the industry and an extensive library of trading partner kits, EDI processing can be quickly implemented in a matter of days, not months. Because Data Masons’ unique technology model does not require any customizations to the ERP platform to support EDI mandates, this single solution can seamlessly integrate with Microsoft Dynamics AX, GP and NAV, as well as multiple versions of each platform.
All of us in the Top 15 are equal winners, as Dynamics World does not award an overall winner, due to the fact that different verticals have different industry requirements to service, and so it’s difficult to have a first, second and third. We’re happy to be there and happy to be in good company!