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PrintVis Partner Spotlight: ArcherPoint

Last week, PrintVis hosted special training sessions in Atlanta for our North American Partners. Attendees were treated to both introductory lectures on the many facets of the graphics industry and deep-dives into the print-specific functionality we've built into Microsoft Dynamics. Today we launch a new series, the Partner Spotlight, to celebrate our ever-growing Partner network [...]

The Power of Partnership and Pursuing a Proven Vertical

This week, a group of members from the PrintVis team finds ourselves entrenched in the lovely facilities of the Microsoft Technology Center in Alpharetta, Georgia, where we are engaged in intensive training with a collection of our newer Partners from North America. Motivated colleagues from Archerpoint, Sabre Limited and Captiva have all come to learn [...]

North American Partner Training!

For over 20 years, PrintVis (also known as NovaVision Software) has been growing our worldwide Partner Network. Anyone who knows ERP will tell you it's no simple task to get an individual - let alone a company - to the point where they are adequately trained on the system and they can implement on their [...]

Tip of the Week #193 – The Planning Unit

Tip of the Week #193 - The Planning Unit This week, Senior Consultant Thomas Beck Andersen has a tip for optimizing your print production plan. You can use the field “Planning Unit” on the Capacity Unit card to further define the efficiency of a particular machine. It is used to modify the hours calculated for [...]

Thoughts from Directions

Sales Manager John Mullins shares some thoughts from the recent Directions conference in Las Vegas. Having just left one of the largest gatherings of Partners in North America who sell and support Microsoft Dynamics Business Central, I thought I would share my thoughts from the conference and what seems to be on the horizon. I [...]

Tip of the Week #192 – Renaming an Entry in Microsoft Dynamics NAV

Tip of the Week #192 - Renaming an Entry in Microsoft Dynamics NAV Developer Tommy Svensen Møballe brings us this week's helpful tip.  Renaming an Entry in NAV Working with NAV (now known as Business Central), you may have seen this message before: This message is just to inform you that some work will be [...]

Tip of the Week #191 – Page Navigation in Business Central

Tip of the Week #191 - Page Navigation in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Senior Consultant Jörg Hüner's Tip of the Week will help you to navigate your way around the Windows Clients. Subject: Working with several lists and pages at the same time – Open page in a new Window function. When working with [...]

Postcard from Directions North America 2019

Directions North America 2019 PrintVis Sales Manager John Mullins is in Las Vegas this week, along with colleague Helle Vogt Mikkelsen, to connect with Partners and try to get an idea of what Microsoft has in store for its Dynamics 365 Business Central product line. The annual conference provides a professional venue where Dynamics partners [...]

Tip of the Week #190 – RapidStart!

Tip of the Week #190 - RapidStart! Marketing Coordinator Michael Bradley tells us about a powerful tool for a faster, smarter ERP implementation. As most print companies know, the greatest and most common objection to adopting a new ERP system, whether moving from an existing system or implementing from scratch, is the serious concern of [...]

Tip of the Week #189 – Problems Opening a Customer Database in the NAV 2009 Classic Client

Tip of the Week #189 - Problems Opening a Customer Database in the NAV 2009 Classic Client Developer Peter Tijsma has some helpful advice for those running older versions. What if you cannot open a Customer database in the NAV 2009 Classic Client? Sometimes you encounter strange messages like this when opening a NAV 2009 [...]

Tip of the Week #188 – Delete User Personalization

Tip of the Week #188 - Delete User Personalization Senior Consultant Kit Tomshøj has a quick tip for us this week. Dynamics 365 Business Central (formerly Microsoft Dynamics NAV) lets us personalize our clients with columns, filters and other local rebuilds. The database remembers this for us as a line stored in the "User Personalization" [...]

CIP4 Spring InterOp, Copenhagen 2019

CIP4 Spring InterOp, Copenhagen 2019 PrintVis has been a keen participant in the CIP4 community for many years. For outsiders to the printing industry, the work done in this dedicated forum is completely obscure; for printing company staff members it is largely unnoticed except for a small portion of techies in the printing industry who [...]

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