Microsoft Dynamics NAV in Statistics

Microsoft Dynamics Convergence 2014 brings us some new statistical numbers. As I’m NAV fan, the most important facts are:

  • NAV has the most of the Dynamics customers – 102.000
  • NAV has the most of Dynamics customer adds – 8.000

That means, people trust and like NAV globally. With Windows Azure and NAV as repeatable solution in the future, these numbers will grow. With this possibilities, we will get new customers, while NAV as easy for customize solution will provide standard growth.

Last year, percentage of Dynamics solutions participation was as following:

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Now, with new customer adds, percentage of Dynamics solutions participation is as following:

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You can see, only NAV has percentage growth in total Dynamics customers. When you look at total customers adds, you can find next:

  • NAV       8.000     (8,5%)
  • GP         4.000     (9,3%)
  • AX          1.000     (5,6%)
  • SL                 0     (0,0%)
  • CRM      1.000     (2,6%)

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All statistics data are taken from: http://msdynamicsworld.com/story/microsoft-dynamics-gp-and-nav-outperform-ax-and-crm-handily-customer-adds

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5 thoughts on “Microsoft Dynamics NAV in Statistics

  1. As a vendor in the 2014 Trade show, we were visited by mostly GP users with an equal number of AX and only a few NAVs. Why did they not show up?

    • Because NAV is mostly overseas customers.

    • These are official Microsoft records, published on Convergence 2014.
      GP and NAV have the most of new customer ads. But in USA, GP is popular than NAV. On the other hand, NAV is the most popular Dynamics solution on other market. AX is popular for enterprise sector, but in this market there is strong competition (SAP, Oracle,…)
      People mostly talk about AX, but buying NAV or GP (in USA).

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