Serenic Navigator is an embedded Microsoft Dynamics NAV solution built specifically for the unique needs of nonprofits, NGOs and the public sector. With the recent release of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013, Serenic Navigator is undergoing significant enhancements based on the latest improvements from Microsoft.
Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 features a new Web Client and SharePoint Client, in addition to an improved Windows Client – formerly referred to as the RoleTailored Client. Each “client” can display the role center, giving users three options to access their data, and allowing for improved collaboration with people inside and outside the company. All three will be included in the upcoming Serenic Navigator release:
Web Client: The Web Client, which will allow users to access Serenic Navigator via a web browser, is ideal for simple tasks and for users who do not perform heavy data entry. The Web Client is supported by various browsers and devices, including: Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Safari on iPad. It uses a Simple Server Installation with only IIS required.
Windows Client: This will include significant enhancements to increase user productivity. The improvements in the new Windows Client will include: charts, query development, OneNote integration, link sharing, and ribbon enhancements to name a few. The Action Pane has been redesigned and is now referred to as the “ribbon.” The “ribbon” which appears across the top of displays similar to Microsoft Excel and Word, will include new keyboard shortcuts and can be customized to offer users easy, security-enhanced access to relevant, up-to-date information. Additional views on ledger entries are being added to History on department pages to let you create custom views on role centers, and filtering enhancements will allow you to use filters on lines of any page. Plus, there are several other enhancements included in the new Windows Client.
SharePoint Client: This provides the same functionality as the Web Client, but access is provided via Microsoft SharePoint. Serenic Navigator pages and reports can be displayed via SharePoint, and allows users who own SharePoint to add Serenic Navigator pages as webparts.
Serenic Navigator 2013 is targeted for release during the first quarter of calendar year 2013.