Microsoft-Certified Print MIS Continues to Set the Standard
For Immediate Release: November 22, 2018
• PrintVis joins Microsoft in the move from NAV to Business Central
• Follow-up Release Expected for Spring 2019
• Multiple New Functionalities and Bug Fixes
[PrintVis Headquarters, Odder, Denmark – Atlanta, United States] – This year’s launch is special, following Microsoft’s official transition from Dynamics NAV to Business Central. For over 20 years, PrintVis has undergone continuous development and innovation within the NAV environment.
Now that Microsoft has united its renowned ERP suite under the common umbrella of Business Central, PrintVis customers will find both reassuring familiarity and exciting innovation with a refreshing and highly productive user experience.
Sharing Microsoft’s ambitious development objectives, PrintVis continues to set the standard for MIS/ERP systems tailored to the graphic arts industry.
For our 2019 release, PrintVis has refined and expanded on multiple features of the system, to help you improve your production efficiency and increase valuable data flow to every corner of your business. As always, our new release also includes plenty of bug fixes and other systemic improvements.
“2019 looks to be an amazing year for PrintVis. Since Microsoft has launched Business Central, we feel now more than ever that we have the best solution for the SMB-print market. Our Partners are also excited to offer a solution with over 20 years of successful history – coupled with cutting-edge SaaS from a market leader like Microsoft. Personally, and professionally, I feel like we are in a great position to win.” – U.S. Sales Manager John Mullins
About Microsoft Dynamics Business Central on premises
Released in October 2018, Microsoft Dynamics NAV has been renamed Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central on premises, to be united under the Dynamics 365 Business Central brand. Dynamics NAV customers upgrading to Business Central on premises will enjoy the unique flexibility to continue running on premises, move to the cloud, or adopt a hybrid approach.