Microsoft Dynamics® NAV 2009 Price List Explanation

Item

Prerequisites

Granule Explanation

310 BRL Business Essentials Foundation Pack

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Business Ready Licensing Business Essentials Edition is designed for companies who need core financial management and trade functionality. Such functionality includes: Basic Financials management (General Ledger, Fixed Assets, etc.). Basic Supply Chain management Basic sales management (sales, purchasing and inventory). Basic collaboration and development tools. Customers can benefit from Business Essentials and grow seamlessly into the Advanced Management Edition when the need for more advanced functionality arises. Crafted to achieve a very competitive price point for horizontal accounting functions. Business Essentials has easier scalability then many of its direct competitors. For a full list of granules included in the Business Essentials Foundation Pack please refer to the "BRL Packaging" tab on the current Microsoft Dynamics NAV price list.

320 BRL Advanced Management Foundation Pack

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The Business Ready Licensing Advanced Management Edition is the preferred solution for growing mid-market customers who are looking for an adaptive solution with a broad set of functionality including: All functionality included in the Business Essentials edition Business Intelligence (and Reporting) Manufacturing Advanced Supply Chain management (bill of materials, requisition management) Advanced Financial Management (collection, cash management) Project Management For a full list of granules included in the Advanced Management Foundation Pack please refer to the "BRL Packaging" tab on the current Microsoft Dynamics NAV price list.

330 BRL Service Management Package

320, 3010, 3260, 3270, 4010, 4260, 4270, 3360

This granule packages all the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Service Management granules into one easy to order package at a very attractive price for easy configuration with new Business Ready Licensing licenses only. Includes the following Granules: Service Order Management (5911) Service Price Management (5912) Service Item Management (5921) Service Contract Management (5931) Planning and Dispatching (5941) Job Scheduling (5950).

410 Additional BRL Business Essentials Users

310

This granule allows additional concurrent full access users to be added to the Business Essentials Edition Foundation Pack.

420 Additional BRL Advanced Management Users

325

This granule allows additional concurrent full access users to be added to the Advanced Management Edition Foundation Pack.

1140 Unlimited Companies

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This granule offers more competitive pricing for customers who need more than one company.

1150 Subsidiary (Each)

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Subsidiary licensing is redundant for BRL customers. For BRL licenses the Software License Terms (SLT) allows qualified affiliates of the licensing company to grant systems access to employees of those affiliates. Please refer to the SLT for full details. There is no change to subsidiary licensing for existing MBL customers: This granule grants you the right to provide your subsidiaries with electronic access to your solution. The grant of access only includes subsidiaries of which your ownership exceeds 50%. If you want to grant three subsidiaries access, you will need three Subsidiary granules. This feature is often selected if the customer has several subsidiaries and accepts the condition of having one installation, one database and one license. All the functionality and the total sum of users required for all entities must be configured to this license. This feature does not grant access for legal entities or subsidiaries of which your ownership is less than 50%. This granule includes one (1) Company/each granule.

1200 Additional Professional Users

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Each Professional User gives a user access to the solution. In a multi-user installation, the client/server structure and the operating system (if it can process multitasking) enable you to work in more than one session and allow multiple users on different computers at the same time. It can therefore be useful to install more than one session per user. If a user in a network starts Microsoft Dynamics NAV once, the system uses one session. If a user starts Microsoft Dynamics NAV twice, the system uses two sessions. If two users each start Microsoft Dynamics NAV once, the system uses two sessions, and so on. For each instance of User Portal, Application Server, C/ODBC or C/FRONT use, one additional session is required.

1202 Additional User Based Pricing Users

1250

This Granule allows additional users to be added to the User Based Pricing Package.

1240 Microsoft Dynamics Employee Self Service User

 

Microsoft Dynamics Employee Self Service User provides a license for access to Microsoft Dynamics NAV data via any other application interface than the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Users (e.g. via SharePoint, Office, Web or 3rd party applications), for the following self-service scenarios (not involving project / job codes): Employee Administration; Time & Attendance; Travel & Expense; Requisitions. A Microsoft Dynamics Employee Self Service User is a named user and can be used to grant access to Microsoft Dynamics NAV for both internal users such as employees and contractual workers as well as for named third parties such as agents, customers or contractors which are not part of the company.

1260 Microsoft Dynamics Light User

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Microsoft Dynamics Light User provides a license for access to Microsoft Dynamics NAV data via any other application interface than the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Users (e.g. via SharePoint, Office, Web or 3rd party applications). A Microsoft Dynamics Light User is a named user and can be used to grant access to Microsoft Dynamics NAV for both internal users such as employees and contractual workers as well as for named third parties such as agents, customers or contractors which are not part of the company.

1280 Microsoft Dynamics Limited Device CAL

 

Microsoft Dynamics Limited Device CAL provides a license for access to Microsoft Dynamics NAV data via single purpose devices (e.g. Bar Code Data Capture, POS Lane) accessing via any other application interface than the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Users (e.g. Web service or 3rd party applications). A Microsoft Dynamics Limited Device CAL is licensed on a per device basis and can be used to grant access to Microsoft Dynamics NAV for both internal users such as employees and contractual workers as well as for named third parties such as agents, customers or contractors which are not part of the company.

1285 Microsoft

® SharePoint® Server 2007 Enterprise CAL

1240 / 1260

This granules licenses one instance of a Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007), a license to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007, and the Standard and Enterprise additive Office SharePoint Server CALs.

1370 Database Expansion

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Granule 1370 is Database Expansion per 1 GB, it is used on all Navision financials licenses to increase database size. It is a free granule that can be requested to be added to a customer license.

1400 User IDs & Passwords

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This granule allows you to limit access to the information in Microsoft Dynamics NAV to selected individuals. It lets you create user IDs and passwords. User IDs & Passwords gives you control of access to the solution and gives all designated users full permissions. These security features are a function of the Microsoft Dynamics NAV database. The granule can be used alone or in combination with the Permissions granule.

1410 Permissions

User IDs and Passwords

This granule is an advanced and detailed system for assigning and limiting user permissions. It enables you to control access to each table, form, report, dataport, codeunit, XML port and Menu unit of Microsoft Dynamics NAV. Customized menus and windows can be assigned to users so that each user has access to only the functions necessary for his or her job.

1415 Application Server

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An n-tier solution, including User Portal, Commerce Portal, and Commerce Gateway, requires the Application Server. Each internal user requires one (1) Web User to access the solution with any device via the Application Server. Any third party solution access through the Application Server also requires one (1) Web User per internal user. Excluded from this are those Microsoft Dynamics NAV products or agreements made explicitly with third parties, for which another type of user exists. This granule allows 1 instance of the Application Server. To access graphics from Microsoft Dynamics NAV data, a C/FRONT granule is required. Access to graphical viewing is not included in the Application Server.

1520 Windows NT (Intel)

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A multi-user solution requires the configuration of a server. If the solution is later moved to another platform, the new server must be configured. The original server platform will no longer be valid. If you want to run multiple servers, you must buy multiple licenses. One license only allows you to run one server. You are, however, allowed to start the server program several times to connect several networks to the same server (database). You are allowed to start several servers (databases) at the same time with the same license for the specific purpose of testing and developing, but only one license must be used to run one server (database) for the purpose of creating and maintaining your own data and accounts.

1700 C/ODBC

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This granule enables you to continue working on Microsoft Dynamics NAV data in other programs that support ODBC. Examples of programs that support ODBC are Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and Lotus 1-2-3. For each instance of C/ODBC use, one additional session is required.

1750 C/OCX

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This granule enables you to use C/SIDE as an automation controller, and to use OCXs (Custom Controls). The automation controller functionality means that you can control an application that is an automation server (for example, Microsoft Excel or Microsoft Word) from C/AL. In this way, you can use Microsoft Excel as a function library, or you can transfer data from C/SIDE to Microsoft Excel and generate a graph based on this data. You can also create a form letter in Microsoft Word directly from C/SIDE. Other possibilities include integration with Microsoft Outlook (for example, creating an Outlook Contact directly from a Customer record). Non-visual OCXs are also supported. An OCX is a COM object that executes in process (that is, it is not a stand-alone program). An OCX could contain, for example, a mathematical function library or an interface to an external device. You can buy third-party controls, or develop your own in Microsoft Visual C++ or Visual Basic. The granule allows you to create OCX and Automation variables in any object containing C/AL code. It also allows you to import objects in text format that contains OCX and Automation variables. This granule is, however, not required to run objects that use OCX or Automation variables.

1800 C/FRONT

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This granule allows you to use the C programming language to make an external program function as a client of a Microsoft Dynamics NAV database. C/FRONT is a programming interface (API) for the Microsoft Dynamics NAV database. Among other things, C/FRONT allows you to integrate Microsoft Dynamics NAV with an electronic mail system. The granule can be used with specific solutions developed for Microsoft Dynamics NAV. For each instance of C/FRONT use, one additional session is required.

2000 Client Monitor

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This tool registers all communication between a client and a server in terms of the communication between the client using the tool and the server - in other words, it does not monitor everything happening on the server itself. The Client Monitor granule can be used by C/AL programmers and/or the system manager to analyze communication since all database calls are saved with detailed information. It is useful for performance tuning.

2010 Microsoft SQL Server Option (does not include Microsoft SQL Server license)

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A single-user solution and a multi-user solution require the configuration of a Microsoft SQL Server. If the solution is later moved to another platform, the new server must be configured. The original server platform will no longer be valid. If you want to run multiple servers, you must buy multiple licenses. One license allows you to run only one server. This also includes the Microsoft Desktop Edition. You are, however, allowed to start the server program several times to connect several networks to the same server (database). You are allowed to start several servers (databases) at the same time with the same license for the specific purpose of testing and developing, but only one license must be used to run one server (database) for the purpose of creating and maintaining your own data and accounts.

2020 Per Database License

2110

The Per Database License granule allows you to run several databases on the same instance of SQL Server. Each database uses its own license file. In order to have more than one database using different license files, those license files must contain this Per Database Granule. Without this granule, all databases on the server that do not use their own license files, use one common license file.

2030 Microsoft SQL Server Option

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The Desktop engine is a redistributable version of the SQL Server relational database engine. It has a 2 gig limit and is only available with Microsoft Dynamics NAV Standard.

2110 Navision 3.xx (Must be included with all new 3.xx licenses)

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This granule gives you access to run Microsoft Navision release 3.00 and higher.

2120 Navision 4.xx (Must be included with all new 4.00 licenses)

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This granule gives you access to run Microsoft Dynamics NAV release 4.00 and higher.

2130 Navision 5.xx (Must be included with all new 5.00 licenses)

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This granule gives you access to run Microsoft Dynamics NAV release 5.00 and higher.

2140 Navision 2009 (must be licensed with all new NAV 2009 licenses)

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This granule gives you access to run Microsoft Dynamics NAV release 2009 and higher.

2310 Web Users (1)

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Each Web User gives an internal casual user access to the solution. A Web User does not require much transactional performance of the solution, and therefore fits the concept of browser usage, which this user primarily will be. An internal user is an employee or contractual worker working for the legal entity that has acquired the solution. A Web User is a named user. Each internal user needs one (1) Web User to access the solution with any device. Configurations of Web Users are independent from the configuration of Sessions, C/OCX, C/ODBC and C/FRONT. The required number of Web Users is not reduced by the use of software or hardware that decreases the number of devices or internal users directly accessing the solution (sometimes called multiplexing or pooling). The required number of Web Users is equal to the number of internal users that access the front end of the solution. Only one (1) Web User is required per internal employee regardless of the access to the solution. This includes, but is not limited to, access via the Application Server, any other third party application servers and any other multiplexing and pooling software and hardware. This excludes those Microsoft Dynamics NAV products or agreements made explicitly with third parties, for which another type of user exists.

Note that on Business Ready Licensing model, Web Users have been replaced by Microsoft Dynamics Client Office users for this type of access. Web Users remain available on Module Based Licensing model.

2320 Web Users (25)

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Each configuration gives access to 25 more Web Users of the solution.

Note that on Business Ready Licensing model, Web Users have been replaced by Microsoft Dynamics Client Office users for this type of access. Web Users remain available on Module Based Licensing model.

2330 Web Users (100)

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Each configuration gives access to 100 more Web User of the solution.

Note that on Business Ready Licensing model, Web Users have been replaced by Microsoft Dynamics Client Office users for this type of access. Web Users remain available on Module Based Licensing model.

2450 Employee Portal

Note that DCO is required for each user accessing the solution

The Employee Portal is Microsoft Dynamics NAV's integration to Microsoft SharePoint. Connections to Windows SharePoint Services as well as to the Microsoft Office SharePoint Server are supported. This gives easy access to live Microsoft Dynamics NAV data for employees via a known Microsoft Web platform. This allows for simpler tasks (such as view, create, update, and delete data) to be placed in an easy to use and well-known environment. The solution has similar functionality as the discontinued Navision User Portal. The granule is a toolkit that makes Microsoft Dynamics NAV data and business logic available in SharePoint - a framework to present and update data via Microsoft SharePoint. Microsoft Dynamics NAV Employee Portal includes three generic web parts which can be configured to display data directly from Microsoft Dynamics NAV. The List web part - to display data in list format - ideal for displaying a list of customers, vendors or orders. Card web part can be configured to display a more detailed view data for example a customer card. The last web part is the Header/line web part which is very effective to display information like an order. Furthermore it will be possible to view reports and execute business logic directly from within SharePoint as well as perform searches.

Employee Portal functionality is sold on a per license basis (NOTE this is a change to previously), with the standard requirement o license all access to Microsoft Dynamics NAV through other means that the full User through DCO. This means each user accessing the Employee Portal solution must be licensed with DCO.

Requirements: None, although for performance reasons it is recommended that an additional Application Server be utilized in conjunction with Employee Portal.

2510 External Connector

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The External Connector licenses access to Microsoft Dynamics NAV for an unlimited number of external users. As such, it is a relevant licensing method where external users are many or cannot be named.

The approach to licensing access for different user types, including External Users, is described in the Microsoft Dynamics Software Licensing Terms (SLT): "you must acquire user licenses for the total number of users that access the system database directly or indirectly ... You may license concurrent users, named users, or the external connector depending on the type of access to the system database that the user requires ...". Find the SLT here:

The External Connector enables customers to affordably extend the Microsoft Dynamics NAV solution to 3rd party users (e.g. the Licensee's vendors or customers) through any application/graphical user interface other than the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Classic or Role Tailored Client.

Examples of where External Connector is the relevant access licensing option include (but are not limited to) scenarios giving access through web, where Microsoft Dynamics data is leveraged to display product info or availability and/or where ordering is possible and integrated into Microsoft Dynamics NAV processes. This can be either large B2B scenarios with many external business contact accessing or majority of B2C (web shop) scenarios where those accessing cannot easily be named.

https://mbs.microsoft.com/partnersource/partneressentials/agreements/Dynamics_SLT.htm

3010 Basic General Ledger (Includes 1 User)

2110 / 2120 / 2130 / 2140

You use this granule to set up a company and post to the general ledger. The granule provides you with the basic facilities necessary for setting up a company and posting to the general ledger: chart of accounts, general journals, VAT facilities, recurring journals and source codes. It also includes facilities for internal and external reporting. The granule allows you to perform approval of sales and purchase documents. This requires any or all of the following granules depending on which documents you wish to approve: Sales Invoicing, Sales Order Management, Sales Return Order Management, Purchase Invoicing, Purchase Order Management, Purchase Return Order Management. The granule allows you to post and report in the company's base currency. If you also purchase the Multiple Currencies granule, you can post and report in an additional currency as well. The granule allows you to export data from any form to Word or Excel using Style sheets and to add links to external documents. The granule allows two languages from the beginning - the English US language and the native language for the particular country. The granule allows 1 instance of Application Server. This granule must always be included as part of the initial purchase of a solution because it includes 1 session and the first company.

3020 Allocations

3010

This granule allows you to allocate general ledger entries to combinations of accounts, departments and projects using allocation keys. The allocation keys can be based on amount, percentage or quantity. Allocations can be used for many purposes, for example, when allocating overhead (such as rent) to company profit centers.

3030 Budgets

3010

This granule allows you to work with budgets in G/L accounts. Once you have created a budget, you can print a balance compared to the budget showing variances by percentages. You can work with several budgets. Budgets are normally entered per period for the relevant G/L accounts. You can create, copy and work with any number of budgets at the same time. You can work with, for example, a 100% budget, a 110% budget, and so on.

3040 Accounts Schedules

3010

You use this granule for financials reporting. You can arrange reports based on the figures in the chart of accounts and budgets, but with a different arrangement of financial figures, texts or details than in the chart of accounts. The Account Schedules granule is like a filter for the chart of accounts that enables you to choose the accounts that you want to include (or not include). You can also use it to change the order of the accounts or combine the figures in various ways, and you can set up which columns to print. In addition, it is possible to make simple calculations.

3050 Consolidation

3010

This granule enables you to consolidate companies in Microsoft Dynamics NAV. The companies can come from one or from several different Microsoft Dynamics NAV databases or from another type of file. There are facilities for imports and exports of financial information in the Consolidation granule. If the data used is retrieved from several Microsoft Dynamics NAV solutions, the granule is only used in the parent company itself.

3060 Responsibility Centers

4040

With this granule you can setup profit centers and/or cost centers. A company can sell items with specific prices and related to a responsibility center. The functionality provides the ability to tie a user to a responsibility center so that only sales and purchase documents related to the particular user are displayed. In addition, users get assistance with entering extra data, such as dimensions and location codes.

3070 Basic XBRL

3010

With this granule you can export documents from Microsoft Dynamics NAV in XBRL format and import XBRL taxonomies into Microsoft Dynamics NAV from the Internet, emails or from other systems. XBRL is an XML-based specification that uses accepted financial reporting standards based upon standardized, underlying data tags. It is possible to map your general ledger to XBRL taxonomies, meaning that the same XBRL instance document can be used for various purposes, independent of the format required by the receiver of the document. This granule is an upgraded release of the existing Basic XBRL granule that we released with Microsoft Dynamics NAV 3.10. The existing functionality has been revised to support the XBRL Specification 2 released by the XBRL Consortium late last year.

3080 Change Log

3010

Change Log This is a new granule, which enables you to log user changes made to Microsoft Dynamics NAV master data. It is possible to log all direct modifications a user makes to the data in the database, except changes to 'working documents' such as journals and sales and purchase orders. The change log functionality makes it possible to get a chronological list of all changes to any field in any table (except the above mentioned) and to see who (what user ID) made the changes.

3090 Inter-company Postings

2120, 3010

This granule enables you to do accounting for more than one company in the same posting process. The companies can be in the same or in one or several different Microsoft Dynamics NAV databases. There are features that send documents to the partner companies. The functionality lets the user control the document flow through an Inbox/Outbox feature. The transactions are done either as General Journal transactions or through Customer and Vendor functionality in Receivables and Payables, which allow the use of currencies and correct reconciliation.

3260 Basic Receivables

3010

You use this granule to set up and maintain the customer table. With this granule, you can also post sales transactions in journals and manage receivables. The granule allows you to register customers and manage receivables using general journals. It is always used when you need to have a customer table. Sales Invoicing (see description below) is also frequently used with the Basic Receivables granule. Basic Receivables is integrated with General Ledger and Inventory and is required for the configuration of all other Sales & Receivables granules. If you have the Multiple Currencies granule, you can post sales transactions and manage receivables in multiple currencies for each customer.

3270 Sales Invoicing

3260

You use this granule to set up; post and print customer invoices and sales credit memos. It is fully integrated with General Ledger and Inventory.

3280 Sales Order Management

3270 Note that the function "Archive Document" requires granule 5160

You use this granule to manage sales quotes; blanket sales orders and sales order processes. The differences between setting up an invoice directly and setting up a sales order are: Quantity available is adjusted as soon as an amount is entered on a sales order line, but it is not affected by an invoice until the invoice is posted. You can use the Sales Order Management granule to manage partial shipments. You can ship and invoice separately with the Sales Order Management granule. You can create Prepayment Invoices for the Sales Order. There is also a difference regarding the time frame for the sale. There can be a long period between the time items are ordered and the time they are sold. The granule also enables you to use quotes and blanket orders in the sales phase. Quotes and blanket orders do not affect inventory figures.

3290 Sales Invoice Discounts

3270

This granule allows you to calculate invoice discounts automatically. You can set up any number of invoice discount terms, for which you define a certain minimum amount, discount percentage and/or a service charge. You can do this in both LCY and in foreign currencies. The discount is calculated on the individual item lines and becomes part of the net sum of the invoice.

3310 Alternative Ship-To-Addresses

3270

You use this granule when there are several invoicing and ship-to addresses. You can set up ship-to addresses for a specific customer. For example, if you have a customer who is a contractor and requires delivery at several different construction sites, you could make use of Alternative Ship-To-Addresses.

3320 Order Promising

4010, 3280, 3360

You use this granule to calculate availability dates and delivery dates. If the customer has a requested delivery date you can find out if it is possible to deliver on that date. You can also calculate a possible delivery date, based on lead time or production time, if you have nothing on inventory.

3340 Shipping Agents

3280

This granule gives you the possibility to set up several Shipping Agents (UPS, DHL, external carriers or own carriers) and relate their services (express, overnight, standard) with shipping time. Shipping Agents can be used together with Sales orders and Transfer orders.

3350 Sales Return Order Management

4010, 3280

This granule allows you to create a sales return order, to compensate a customer for wrong or damaged items. Items can be received against the sales return order. It is possible to do partial return receipt and to combine return receipts in one credit memo. With this granule you can link sales return orders with replacement sales orders.

3360 Calendars

4010

With this granule, you can set up calendars with working and non-working days. A base calendar can be assigned to Customers, Vendors, Locations, Company, and Shipping Agent Services and to the Service Management Setup. It is possible to add changes to the base calendar for each of the above mentioned. The calendar entries will be used in the date calculations on Sales orders Purchase orders, Transfer orders, Production orders, Service orders and in the Requisition Worksheet and Planning Worksheet.

3370 Sales Line Discounting

4010, 3270

You use this granule to work with customer discounts that are either customer specific or customer group specific. A discount can then be shared among several customers. With a line discount, you negotiate the percentage that the customer or customer discount group will get as a discount.

3380 Sales Line Pricing

4010, 3270

You use this granule to work with sales prices that are either customer specific or customer group specific. A sales price can then be shared among several customers. With a sales price, you negotiate the actual prices with the customer or customer price group.

3390 Campaign Pricing

3380, 5130

You use this granule to work with sales prices and sales line discounts connected with campaigns. Once you have "activated" the prices/discounts any customer or contact related to a company currently in a segment associated with a given campaign can have access to the price/discount associated with that campaign. These prices will then be valid for the life of the campaign or until you decide to "deactivate" it. Upon creating a sales document or service order the campaign price/discount will be amongst the available pricing reductions when the application chooses the price to retrieve on the line.

3410 Sales Tax

3010

You use this granule when you are required to calculate US Sales Tax. You can set up individual tax areas for each customer/vendor. The calculation will include a possibility to calculate use tax and tax on tax. Calculation of sales tax is also possible from the General Journal Lines.

This functionality will give you the basic Sales tax calculation for US but it will not cover the more complex sales tax situations. It will not cover Sales tax for Canada.

3510 Basic Payables

3010

You use this granule to set up and maintain a vendor table. With this granule, you can also post purchase transactions in journals and manage payables. The Basic Payables granule includes the vendor table and allows you to generate vendor ledger entries using general journals. This granule is always used if you must have a vendor table, but it also lets you manage payables. Purchase Invoicing is also frequently used with this granule (see description below). Basic Payables is integrated with General Ledger and Inventory and is required for the configuration of all other Purchases & Payables granules. If you have the Multiple Currencies granule, you can post purchase transactions and manage payables in multiple currencies for each vendor.

3520 Purchase Invoicing

3510

You use this granule to set up, post and print purchase invoices and purchase credit memos. It is integrated with General Ledger and Inventory.

3530 Purchase Order Management

3520 Note that the function "Archive Document" requires granule 5160

You use this granule to manage purchase quotes, blanket orders and purchase order processes. The differences between creating a purchase order and creating a purchase invoice directly are: Quantity available is adjusted as soon as an amount is entered on a purchase order line, but it is not affected by a purchase invoice until the invoice is posted. You can use the Purchase Order Management granule to manage partial receipts. You can receive and invoice separately with the Purchase Order Management granule. You can create Prepayment Invoices for the Purchase Order. The granule also allows you to use quotes and blanket orders in the purchase phase. Quotes and blanket orders do not affect inventory figures.

3540 Purchase Invoice Discounts

3520

This granule lets you calculate invoice discounts automatically. The discount can differ from vendor to vendor with different minimum amounts (also in different currencies) and different rates, depending on the size of the invoice. The discount is calculated on the individual item lines and becomes part of the net sum of the invoice.

3550 Requisition Management

4010, 3530

You use this granule to automate the requisition procedure. Requisition Management automatically generates suggested purchases based on a variety of data such as minimum and maximum quantities, reorder quantities, and so on.

3560 Alternative Order Addresses

3520

You use this granule for vendors with more than one order address. The number of possible order addresses is unlimited.

3570 Purchase Return Order Management

4010, 3530

This granule allows you to create a purchase return order, to compensate your own company for wrong or damaged items. Items can be picked from the purchase return order. It is possible to do partial return shipments and to combine return shipments in one credit memo. With this granule you can link purchase return orders with replacement purchase orders.

3580 Purchase Line Discounting

4010, 3520

You use this granule to work with purchase discounts that are vendor specific. With a line discount, you negotiate the percentage that the vendor, will give as a discount.

3590 Purchase Line Pricing

4010, 3520

You use this granule to work with purchase prices that are vendor specific. With a purchase price, you negotiate the actual prices with the vendor.

3760 Multiple Currencies

3010

This granule offers significant flexibility for companies carrying out international business. It's possible to manage multiple currencies throughout the system including payables and receivables, general ledger reports, resource and inventory items, and bank accounts (when integrated with the Cash Manager granule). The method of entering exchange rates and of currency conversion fully complies with euro legislation (including "triangulation") in the EMU countries. "Triangulation" is the required method of currency conversion during the transitional period of the euro. Currency conversion is performed according to exchange rates that are stored and maintained in the exchange rate table. After you set up a currency in the exchange rate table and specify the format, amounts will always be shown in the correct format on all forms and reports throughout the system. In the exchange rate table, you can enter exchange rates for a date or for a period. For each conversion of a currency amount to a local amount, the program uses the exchange rate associated with the date on the transaction. You can also save historical exchange rates in the exchange rate table in order to keep track of fluctuations over a period of time. Companies can transact business in any number of currencies for any customer and vendor. For example, companies can issue an invoice in one currency and accept payment for that invoice in a different currency. Automatic currency conversion ensures dynamic management and efficient processing of exchange rate changes. Details of transactions involving receivables and payables are stored in local and foreign currencies so that aging and reports for receivables and payables can be printed in local or foreign currency. The Exchange Rate Adjustment option adjusts receivables/payables and posts unrealized gains/losses to the general ledger. At payment, gains/losses are realized, and corresponding postings are made in the general ledger. If you use an additional reporting currency in the general ledger, the exchange rate adjustment option also adjusts the general ledger according to your setup for each G/L account.

3770 Drop Shipments

3280, 3530

You use this granule to link sales and purchase orders to one another and when items are shipped directly from the vendor to the customer. Drop Shipments enables you to handle items being shipped directly from the vendor to the customer without manual application of inventory entries. The invoicing process is not affected by drop shipments. Drop Shipments is useful for businesses that sell items that are shipped directly from the vendor to the customer without ever being placed in inventory.

3780 Salespeople/ Purchasers

3010

This granule lets you assign purchasers to vendors and salespeople to customers to keep track of purchases and sales per person. Purchasers and salespersons are tracked in the Vendor Ledger, Customer Ledger, Item Ledger, Job Ledger and Resource Ledger. Statistics are generated about individual salespeople and purchasers based on this information. These can be used to calculate commissions.

3790 Intrastat

3010

You use this granule when you report INTRASTAT information to the statistics authorities. The granule allows you to automatically retrieve the necessary information for reporting INTRASTAT information to the statistics authorities. The local customs authorities can inform you whether or not your company is obligated to file such a report.

3800 Extended Text

3010

This granule enables you to set up an unlimited number of lines to describe inventory items, resources and G/L accounts. You can set up extended text so that an additional description is copied automatically onto sales or purchase documents during entry of lines. The description can also be made date sensitive to allow for special messages for a specific period, for example, to communicate certain promotional offerings or certain warranty conditions. In addition, the extended text can be specified for various languages.

3810 Job Queue

Recommend enabled with sufficient Navision Application Server instances on license

You use this granule to automate service or schedule tasks. For example, you can have the program automatically generate service contract renewals, or service contract invoices. The program can be set up to perform automatic checks on whether there are any batches to be processed on a specific date.

4010 Basic Inventory

3010

This granule is used to keep track of items and prices. It is usually used with Sales & Receivables and Purchases & Payables. The Basic Inventory granule includes the Microsoft Dynamics NAV item tables, item entries and item journals. With this granule, you can set up inventory items and post item transactions in journals. Basic Inventory is integrated with General Ledger and with the posting processes in Sales & Receivables and Purchases & Payables. This granule is also required for the configuration of all other Inventory granules.

4020 Multiple Document Languages

3010

You use this granule to set up alternative descriptions of your inventory items and to print reports in multiple languages (for example, you can make invoices in the receiver's language.) The descriptions can be linked to individual customers as well, which is especially useful for sales to foreign countries. It can, however, be useful to customize the item descriptions even for domestic customers. The alternative item descriptions are automatically selected through the Sales Order and Purchase Order options. To use the multiple language features, the texts for the alternative languages must be inserted in the relevant application objects.

4040 Multiple Locations

4010

This feature provides basic functionality that allows the user to manage inventory in multiple locations. The feature is broad enough to include locations in plants or production facilities as well as distribution centers, warehouses and service cars.

4045 Stockkeeping Units

4040

This feature provides basic functionality that allows the user to manage stock keeping units (SKUs), meaning that identical items with the same item number can be stored in different locations and managed individually at each location. The user can add cost prices, replenishment and manufacturing information, and so on, based on the location.

4050 Alternative Vendors

4010

You use this granule when you purchase the same items from several different vendors. This granule enables you to create alternative vendor and price information for inventory items. It can be used when a company has several possible vendors for the same items.

4060 Bills of Materials

4010

You use this granule to break down finished goods into bills of materials. Bills of Materials can be used to describe constructions, package deals and other products that are always sold together. Bills of materials are set up in the item table with a bill of materials description specifying items, resources, quantities, and so on. There are also batch jobs for calculating the direct unit cost of the bills of materials. Bill of Materials also includes functionality to support the building of kits. Kits are individual items that are grouped or packaged together to create a special, single item. Bills of material for kits can be defined and assigned to items. Kits can be built and disassembled using the BOM Journal.

4100 Location Transfers

4040

This granule enables you to track inventory effectively as it is moved from one location to another. You can also better account for the value of inventory in transit and at various locations.

4110 Item Substitutions

3280, 4010

With this granule, you can link items with the same or similar characteristics. If a customer orders an item that is not available, you can offer substitute items and avoid losing the sale. Or you can provide an extra service to your customer by offering lower-cost alternatives.

4120 Item Cross References

3280, 4010

Using this granule, you can quickly and precisely identify the items a customer is ordering on the basis of item numbers other than your own. Cross-reference information from customers, vendors and manufacturers as well as generic numbers, universal product codes (UPCs) and European article numbers (EANs) can be stored and easily accessed.

4130 Nonstock Items

3280, 4010

You use this granule when you offer items that are not part of your inventory but that you can order from the vendor or manufacturer. Such items are registered as nonstock items but otherwise are treated like any other item.

4140 Item Tracking

3280, 4010, 3530

With this granule, you can handle and track serial and lot numbers. Serial and lot numbers can be assigned manually or automatically. The feature will allow the user to receive and ship multiple-quantities with serial/lot numbers from a single order line entry.

4150 Item Charges

4010

You use this granule when you want to include the value of additional cost components into the unit cost or unit price of an item. Such cost components can for example be freight, insurance, or other costs related to the item.

4160 Cycle Counting

4010

Cycle counting is a basic method of verifying inventory record data. It is used to maintain and increase inventory accuracy. Cycle counting is set up on item or SKU level. Cycle counting is available as a basic granule, which means that it can be used with or without either WM or WMS. Requirement: Basic Inventory.

4170 Bin

4040

You use this granule to organize your warehouse by assigning items to bins, the smallest unit in the warehouse logical structure. The quantities on the bin are updated when posting inbound or outbound source documents or journals (item, item reclassification, physical inventory, output and consumption journals).

The bin selection can either be Last Used or Fixed Bin.

It is allowed to have mixed bin contents in the same bin.

Once you have chosen to use a bin, it will be enforced on all involved item transactions.

A service orders and job invoices are supported as source documents for the Bin offering.

The bin contents can only be in Base UOM all transactions including UOM higher than base UOM converts the quantity to base UOM, several UOM is included in the 4,620, Warehouse Management Systems granule.

The Bin granule is free when a customer purchases 4,620, the Warehouse Management Systems granule.

Requirements: Multiple Locations.

4180 Put Away

4010

You use this granule to enable your warehouse employees to carry out their dedicated tasks. This is done from a separate user interface when shipping items in an order-by-order environment.

Independently, this granule will allow you to have a put-away document (inventory put-away) that is created either from the released order or from the inventory put-away, the relationship is one-to-one. The placement indication on the put-away would be the shelf information from the item card. You can post as Receive or Receive and Invoice from an inventory put-away and it will then post the document it is created from. The inventory put-away can handle partial quantities. Item tracking information (serial/lot numbers) is handled as fields directly on the line.

When sold together with 4,170, the Bin Granule, you will have the bin specification on the inventory put-away line. The bin quantity will be updated according to the posting of the inventory put-away (and inventory pick or outbound orders depending on the setup) as well as the item, item reclassification, physical inventory, output and consumption journals.

Requirements: Basic Inventory.

4190 Warehouse Receipt

4010

You use this granule to enable your warehouse employees to carry out their dedicated tasks. This is done from a separate user interface when shipping items in a multi-order environment.

Independently, this granule will allow the user to group several inbound orders (purchase order, sales return order and inbound transfer order) into one document. Posting the warehouse receipt posts all the source document lines included. Partial posting is supported. All inbound orders must be released in order to be included in the warehouse receipt. There is no Open/Released status on the warehouse receipt.

The warehouse receipt document includes the shelf information from the item card for manual put-away information. The put-away quantities, cross-dock, zones and bins are not available.

The warehouse receipt document includes the shelf information from the item card for manual put-away information. The put-away quantities, cross-dock, zones and bins are not available.

The warehouse receipt document handles multiple UOM.

When sold together with 4180, the Put-Away granule, the warehouse receipt tracks partially received quantities. When posting the received quantities, a put-away is created or an entry for the put-away worksheet is created. The Put-Away Worksheet window is available.

The warehouse receipt and the put-away documents contain the shelf information for placement purposes.

When sold together with 4200, the Pick granule, the warehouse Receipt document behaves as if sold independently and the pick document behaves as if sold independently.

When sold together with 4170, the Bin granule, beware that the feature-set achieved with this combination is not tested and

The complete warehousing system that combines the Warehouse Receipt, Warehouse Put-away and Bin granules is designed and achieved together with the various functionalities of 4620, the Warehouse Management Systems granule.

When sold together with 4210, the Whse Shipment granule, 4200, the Pick granule and 4180, the Put-away granule, the cross-dock functionality on the warehouse receipt will be available.

When sold together with 4620, the Warehouse Management Systems granule - see explanation of 4620.

Requirements: Basic Inventory.

4200 Pick

4010

You use this granule to enable your warehouse employees to carry out their dedicated tasks. This is done from a separate user interface when shipping items in an order-by-order environment.

Independently, this granule will allow you to create a pick document (inventory pick) either from the released order or from the inventory pick, the relationship is one-to-one. The placement indication on the inventory pick is the shelf information from the item card. You can post the inventory pick as Ship or Ship and Invoice and it will then post the document it is created from. The inventory pick can handle partial quantities. Item tracking information (serial/lot numbers) is handled as fields directly on the line.

When sold together with 4,170, the Bin Granule, the bin specification is included on the inventory pick line. The bin quantity will be updated according to the posting of the inventory picks (and inventory put-away or inbound orders depending on the setup) as well as the item, item reclassification, physical inventory, output and consumption journals. The First Expired First Out (FEFO) feature of the Item Tracking feature set can be enabled.

Requirements: Basic Inventory.

4210 Warehouse Shipment

4010

You use this granule to enable your warehouse employees to carry out their dedicated tasks. This is done from a separate user interface when shipping items in a multi-order environment.

Independently, this granule will allow the user to group several outbound orders (sales order, purchase return order and outbound transfer order) into one document. Posting the warehouse shipment posts all the source document lines included. Partial posting is supported. All outbound orders must be released in order to be included in the warehouse shipment. An Open/Released status is also available on the warehouse shipment.

The warehouse shipment document includes the shelf information from the item card for manual picking information. The pick quantities, cross-dock, zones and bins are not available.

The warehouse shipment document handles multiple UOM.

When sold together with 4200, the Pick granule, the warehouse shipment document will act as a repository of the pick lines. The pick quantities ("Qty to Pick" and "Qty Picked") will be supported. The pick is created from the warehouse shipment or from the pick worksheet. The warehouse shipment and the pick documents contain the shelf number for placement information. The Pick Worksheet window is available.

When sold together with 4180, the Put-away granule, the warehouse shipment document behaves as if sold independently and the put-away document behaves as if sold independently.

When sold together with 4170, the Bin granule, beware that the feature-set achieved with this combination is not tested and supported.

The complete warehousing system that combines the Warehouse Shipment, Warehouse Pick and Bin granules is designed and achieved together with the various functionalities of 4620, the Warehouse Management Systems granule.

When sold together with 4620, the Warehouse Management Systems granule - see explanation of 4620.

Requirements: Basic Inventory.

4220 Standard Cost Worksheet

4010

The standard cost worksheet is an efficient tool for companies who are to carry out the periodic task of reviewing and updating standard costs. The worksheet allows them to work with standard cost updates in a similar way as they would do in, for example, an Excel spreadsheet, but within the framework of the application. By providing an overview of the current standard costs, the worksheet becomes a convenient space where the preparation for cost update can take place without taking immediate effect in the system. This preparation that usually starts from cost updates for both the purchased components and capacity can be carried out using different sorting criteria in several worksheets simultaneously with the possibility of consolidating them into one. Simulating the effect on the cost of the manufactured item due to changes in components and/or capacity usage cost in the worksheet represents an efficient way of getting a required overview and helps ensure that many potential errors are identified and avoided. The facility to execute the changes at a given date and to ensure that any revaluation resulting from cost changes is dealt with in the system is the cornerstone of the standard cost worksheet. This will provide a company's controllers with a reliable and efficient means to maintain accurate and up-to-date inventory costs. Requirement: Basic Inventory.

4230 Analysis Reports

2120, 4010

This granule is meant for the company's decision makers, especially those with overall responsibility for sales, purchases and product portfolio management. It provides them with an efficient and flexible tool to get the meaningful information out of the system for day-to-day decisions. Built on the item entries, the Analysis Reports is a customizable analysis view that allows the user to add and combine analysis objects - customers, items and vendors - according to their needs. Figures can be presented in both amounts and quantities and they can be compared by periods as well as against budget. When the figures are put in a formula, they can become an indicator of the company's performance. The drill-down capacity of the Analysis Reports allows managers to navigate to the cause of problems. With this capacity, the granule offers a view on the sales and purchase transaction records that empowers decision makers to instantly see the sales dynamics, analyze inventory turnover, evaluate customers buying behavior, spot trends, reconsider product offerings, prices and vendors and make other important decisions.

4240 Item Budgets

2120, 4010

This granule allows companies to make sales/purchase budgets on the customer/vendor and item levels, both in amounts and quantities. With this facility, companies can prepare and record a sales budget that may serve as input to decision makers in other operational areas, i.e. purchase and logistics. It can provide them with input about future expected demand and form the basis for business discussions with the customers. Once budgets are made, they can be used to track the actual sales performance by means of calculating the variance. The ability to move budgeted figures between the system and Excel provides additional flexibility to the budgeting process.

4260 Basic Resources

3010

You use this granule to keep track of resources and prices. It allows you to register and sell resources. Related resources can be combined into one resource group or you can keep track of individual resources. Resources can be divided into labor and equipment. Resources can be allocated to a specific job in a time schedule. To do this, you need the Basic Jobs and the Budgets/Estimates granules.

4270 Capacity Management

4260

You use this granule for planning capacity, sales and usage statistics and profitability of resources. You create your plan in a calendar system with the level of detail and for the period of time that you need. You can also monitor your use of resources. You can get a complete overview of your capacity for each resource with information about availability and planned costs on orders and quotes.

4290 Multiple Costs

4260

You use this granule for managing alternative costs for resources and resource groups. The costs can be either fixed or based on an additional percentage or an additional fixed charge. You can define as many work types as you need.

4510 Jobs

3010

You use this granule to keep track of usage on jobs and data for invoicing the customer. You can manage both fixed price jobs and time and materials jobs using this granule. You can assign a specific job to a specific customer and invoice the jobs completely or partially. To do this, you need the Sales Invoicing granule. You can create a plan for the job with multiple tasks and task groupings. Each task can have a budget and can be done for whatever period of time you need. You can also copy a budget from one job to another. You can set up a job specific price list for charging of items, resources and G/L Account expenses to the job customer. You can have the program suggest the Work in Process and Recognition postings for a job. You can plan and invoice the job in a currency other than LCY if you have the Multiple Currencies granule.

4540 Jobs Suite

3010

The granule 4540 Jobs Suite combines the functionality of granules 4510, 4270, 4290 (see descriptions above).

4620 Warehouse Management Systems

4010, 4040

An advanced granule, which gives you the ability to handle items on a bin level. You can receive and put away items in a bin as well as pick items from a bin. Items are put away according to a put-away template, and items are picked based on the (zone and) bin ranking. Items are moved between bins, either manually or based on replenishment feature for optimizing the space usage and the picking process.

The WMS system creates directed movement, pick and put-away instructions based on the setup of the system. The data architecture of the WMS functionality is achieved through:

• Bin

• Zone

• Bin ranking

• Bin Type

• Bin contents to bin (reference to bin and bin content generator granules)

• Whse. Adjustment Bin

• Warehouse Class Codes

The processes are supported through:

• Put-away template

• Cross-Dock

• Movement, Pick and Put-away documents Reference to internal Picks and Put-away (Warehouse instruction documents will be created for the pick and put-away process)

• Whse. Item, Whse. Item reclassification. Whse. Physical Item Journals

• Replenishment, Get Bin Contents, Split Line, Change UOM and Get Bin Contents features

• Whse. Receipt and Whse. Shipment documents

WMS is integrated with all area of NAV except:

• Service orders

• Job

• Items originated by the sub-contracting feature set in Manufacturing, items not in inventory (fixed assets, item charges, service items)

Granules 4180 Put Away, 4190 Warehouse Receipt, 4200 Pick, 4210 Warehouse Shipment are recommended in order to effectively use 4620 Warehouse Management Systems (these 4 granules are not included).

Please note that customers get 4170 Bin free when they buy this granule.

Requirements: Basic Inventory, Multiple Locations.

4630 Internal Picks and Put Aways

4010

This granule allows you to create pick and put-away orders for internal purposes, without having a source document (such as a purchase order or a sales order). For instance, you can pick items for testing or put away production output. Warehouse instruction documents will be created, but using these orders does not require source documents. Requirement:

4640 Automated Data Capture System

Note that DCO is required for each user accessing the solution

Automated Data Capture System with the Automated Data Capture System you can capture data automatically. It will be possible to keep data accurate, even in a hectic environment. This granule uses Application Server, and it supports some of the workflows in the new WMS that enables the automation of the warehouse. Requirement:

4660 Bin Set-Up

4170

You use this granule to easily set up and maintain your bins. This is done by defining both the layout of your warehouse and dimensions of your racks, columns, and shelves. Furthermore, you use the granule to easily set up and maintain your planning parameters. This is done by defining the limitations and characteristics of each bin.

4760 Basic Dimensions

3010

This granule adds two additional dimensions to the general ledger and to any of the other ledgers in Microsoft Dynamics NAV. You can give the two dimensions the names most appropriate for your business. You can assign dimension codes to each transaction that involves a general ledger account, customer, vendor, fixed asset, resource, job or an inventory item. This gives greater flexibility when working with statistics. In addition, it will be possible to define default dimension values and rules for the default values for all account types (G/L, customer, vendor, item, and so on). This will help you add dimensions easily to all transactions. This granule can be used in companies that, for example, have several projects, regions or profit centers. Companies that work with projects across departments and functions can closely analyze projects with this granule. The granule can also be used for a statement of operations for a company car account, where the individual automobiles are set up as projects. You can establish a single account for all company cars, even though a detailed statement per car is called for. You can, for example, print a balance for a given department or project or for combinations of the two.

4770 Reason Codes

3010

This granule lets you define a set of reason codes that can be assigned to individual transactions throughout the system. This provides additional, user-defined audit trails that complement the information already provided by system-assigned audit trails and posting descriptions. You can place reason codes on journals as well as on sales and purchase headers. For example, reason codes can be used to mark all ledger entries made in connection with the closing of the fiscal year.

4780 Advanced Dimensions

4760

This granule gives you an unlimited number of dimensions to use in transactions in all ledgers. You can name all the dimensions as most appropriate for your business. In addition to an unlimited number of dimensions, the granule includes advanced dimensions functionality. With this granule you can: - Set up rules for how to combine dimensions and dimension values. This will help you control the use of dimensions and make output based on dimensions extremely reliable. - Set up rules for prioritization of default values. This gives you the possibility to define dimension rules to fit your specific business. - Set up and use analysis views. In analysis views you can analyze general ledger transactions per dimension and combine dimensions as you please. You can also include budget information in analysis views. You can combine analysis of dimensions with the use of account schedules. Analysis views are a very advanced way of analyzing data with dimensions information.

4801 Multiple Languages (Each)

3010

4801 to 4999 have the same explanation: This granule enables the user to switch language on the client in real time provided that the language is available in the program. This .exe file is a language module that can be used to run multilanguage functionality. IMPORTANT User can only use this language module if the personal license file contains the language granule for this language. Each language module only covers the functionality for one specific language, e.g. the Danish language module contains all Danish strings for Danish functionality. It does not contain Danish strings for e.g. French functionality.

Note that while the product is enabled for a wide variety of languages, Microsoft Business Solutions is not delivering language content and labels for all of them. Moreover, release of language content and labels follows the release plan for the product in general. The categorization of languages per the above is indicated on the price list, and the matching explanation is:

Category 1: Available with content and label from Microsoft

Category 2: Available when localized product version is released. Check release schedule for availability

Category 3: Reserved object range for customization work. No content or label delivered by Microsoft

 

5010 Bank Account Management

3010

This granule allows you to manage an unlimited number of bank accounts in both local and foreign currencies.

5020 Check Writing

5010

This granule allows you to generate printed checks with unique number series for each bank account. An already printed check can be voided or reprinted. You can specify on the journal line whether you want the payment to be made with a computer check or a manual check.

5030 Bank Reconciliation

5010

This granule enables you to reconcile your bank accounts in Microsoft Dynamics NAV with the bank's statements. You can apply amounts from your bank account ledger to the reconciliation form and keep track of all bank statements.

5110 Contact Management

3010, 3280

You use this granule to maintain an overview of your contacts, and personalize your approach to them. In the Contact Management granule, you can record your contact information for all your business relationships. For each contact you can specify the individual contact persons related to this contact. The duplicate check function automatically alerts you if you enter contact information that already exists. You can categorize your contacts based on profiling questions in order to have a precise view of prospects and customers. The granule is tightly integrated with Sales & Receivables application area which means, for example, that you can issue quotes to prospects or create sales documents for specific contact persons (requires Sales Order Management).

5120 Contact Classification

5110

You use this granule to classify your contacts into different categories. In this granule, you can have the program automatically classify your customers based on criteria specified by you, for example, you can have the program group contacts in terms of revenue. You can use this information to target contacts for your campaigns. You can segment your customers into ABC segments and even use this granule for rating. In other words you can assign the weights of two questions to identify the value of a third question.

5130 Campaign Management

5110

You use this granule to organize campaigns based on segments created by you. You can segment your contacts based on specific criteria, such as sales, contact profiles and interactions. It is also possible to reuse existing segments or segmentation criteria. You can mail merge the identified segment with a Microsoft Word document or send any other file type to the contacts in your segment. You can send a document to people of different nationalities in their native language. (requires Interaction/Document Management).

5140 Opportunity Management

5110, 5150, 3780

You use this granule to keep track of sales opportunities. You can section your sales processes into different stages that you then use to manage your sales opportunities. In this granule you have an overview of the sales opportunities in the pipeline.

5150 Task Management

5110

You use this granule to organize the tasks related to your sales and marketing activities. You can create to-do lists for yourself and assign tasks to other users or teams of users. You can create automatically recurring to-dos and activities consisting of several to-dos.

5160 Interaction/Document Management

5110, 3780

You can use this granule to record all the interactions that you have with your contacts, such as telephone calls, meetings or letters. You can attach documents to interactions, for example, Microsoft Word documents, Microsoft Excel files, or .txt files. You can also have the program automatically record interactions when you perform other actions in Microsoft Dynamics NAV. All Microsoft Dynamics NAV documents that you send to your contact, like sales orders or quotes, can be logged and retrieved at a later stage. By using TAPI (Telephony Application Programming Interface) compliant telecom devices, you can call a contact by clicking a button on the contact card.

5170 Contact Search

5110

You use this granule to search for all information related to a specific contact - for example an opportunity, a contact address or even comments on this contact. In case you don't know the correct spelling of a contact you will still retrieve information as the granule is built upon fuzzy logic.

5180 Mail Logging for MS Exchange

5110, 5160

You use this granule to log all email correspondence. You can log inbound and outbound emails sent through Microsoft Dynamics NAV or Outlook and you can even set-up the program to log automatically or manually in Microsoft Dynamics NAV. The solution is server based and requires Microsoft Exchange Server (min. release 5.5 with service pack 4) in order for you to keep emails in their natural environment and thereby ease your administration.

5195 Outlook Client Integration

3810, 1800, 3080, one application server required. If you want to take full advantage from synchronizing Contacts, Tasks, Appointments you also need 5110, 5150

You can use this granule to e.g. synchronize your to-dos and your contacts in Microsoft Navision with meetings, tasks and contacts in MS Outlook. You can create, update, cancel and delete in one program and at a given point in time activate the synchronization from within Outlook. It is also possible to setup the synchronization using a time schedule. From within this granule it is possible to customize the synchronization, meaning adding fields or adding new entities to be synchronized.

5260 Basic Fixed Assets

3010

You use this granule to keep track of fixed assets such as buildings, machinery and equipment. With the Basic Fixed Assets granule, you can post various fixed asset transactions: acquisitions, depreciation, write-downs, appreciation and the disposal of assets. For each fixed asset, you set up depreciation books in which depreciation methods and other conditions used for calculating depreciation are defined. You can set up an unlimited number of depreciation books to satisfy legal requirements, tax purposes and internal accounting purposes. The Basic Fixed Assets granule is well suited for international companies that need to use many depreciation methods.

5270 Insurance

5260

You use this granule to keep track of insurance coverage and annual insurance premiums of your fixed assets. With this granule, you can easily determine whether your assets are underinsured or over insured. It is possible to attach each asset to one or more insurance policies. The Insurance granule also allows you to index insurance amounts.

5280 Maintenance

5260

With this granule, you can record maintenance and service expenses for each fixed asset. This provides you with the information needed for detailed analysis and decision making related to the renewal and disposal of fixed assets. You can integrate the Maintenance granule with General Ledger.

5290 Fixed Assets - Allocations

5260

This granule allows you to use allocation keys to allocate different percentages of fixed asset transactions, such as acquisition cost and depreciation, to different departments or projects. This feature can be used if several departments share a fixed asset.

5300 Reclassification

5260

With this granule, you can reclassify a fixed asset or a part of a fixed asset, for example, from one department to another. One fixed asset can also be split up into several fixed assets, and several fixed assets can be combined into one fixed asset. This functionality is necessary if you need to dispose of one part of a fixed asset. The granule allows you to split the asset into two assets and then dispose of one of them.

5410 Production Orders

4010

You use this granule for creating and handling production orders. The granule provides you with the basic facilities necessary for creating production orders and posting consumption and output to the production orders. Once you have created a production order, you can calculate net requirements based on that production order. As an alternative to automatic planning, this granule offers a manual supply planning tool. The Order Planning window provides the visibility and tools needed to manually plan for demand from sales lines and then create different types of supply orders directly.

5420 Production Bill of Materials

5410

You use this granule for creating bills of materials. The granule is also required for configuration of all other Microsoft Dynamics NAV Manufacturing granules. The granule also includes facilities for standard cost calculation.

5430 Version Management

5805, 5420

You use this granule for creation and handling of versions of manufacturing bill of materials and routings. You must purchase Basic Capacity Planning, before you can set up versions of routings.

5760 Basic Human Resources

3010

You use this granule for efficiently managing your company's human resources. You can group and track relevant employee information and organize your employees according to different types of information, ranging from experience, skills, education and training to the employee's union membership. You can even store personal information, track job openings in your organization and extract a list of candidates for these positions. You can keep track of benefits and distributed company items such as keys, credit cards, computers and cars. You can easily record all types of absences in units of measure that you define, and you can attach alternative addresses and relatives to the employees.

5805 Agile Manufacturing

-

This granule gives you access to run Agile Manufacturing including Supply Planning and Capacity Planning.

5810 Basic Supply Planning

5805, 5420, 3550

You use this granule for material requirements planning based on demand. The granule includes features for master production scheduling and material requirements planning. The granule also includes action messages for fast and easy balancing of supply and demand. The material requirements planning feature supports bucket less and bucketed material requirements planning. You can set up items with their own reordering policy, and you can register whether they are manufactured by or purchased from a third party. The granule automatically creates production orders and purchase orders.

5820 Demand Forecasting

-

You use this granule for demand forecasting based on items.

5911 Service Order Management

3010, 3260, 3270, 4010, 4260, 3360

You use this granule to register your after-sales issues including service requests, services due, service orders, and repair requests. Service requests can be initiated by your customers or automatically according to the terms stipulated in your service contract *). Data can be entered in the service orders by a call-center employee or by your repair shop. You can also use this granule to register ad hoc or 'one-off' service orders. In this granule you can register and manage loaner equipment, lent out to customers. A complete history of your service orders and service order quotes is also available through the Service Order Log.

5912 Service Price Management

5911

You use this granule to set up, maintain and monitor your service prices. You can set up price groups to take into consideration different criteria such as the service item (or service item group) the service task involves or the type of fault. You can also set up price groups for a limited period of time or for a specific customer or currency. You can define price calculation structures that include all parameters involved in providing service, for example the parts used, the different work types and the service charges. The system automatically assigns the correct price structure to the service orders that match the service price group criteria. You can assign fixed prices, minimum prices or maximum prices to service price groups. You have access to statistics about the profitability of each service price group.

5921 Service Item Management

5911

You use this granule to keep track of your service items. You can record all your service items, including contract information, component management, and BOM reference and warranty information. You use the service item Trendscape Analysis feature to view key performance indicators on the service item in a given time frame.

5931 Service Contract Management

3260, 3270, 5911, 5921

You use this granule set up an agreement with the customer concerning the service level that will be delivered. It is also used for warranty management on service items and spare parts. The Service contract management feature holds information on contract history, contract renewal, and contract templates. You can also record details on service levels, response times, and discount levels as well as the service history of each contract, including used service items and parts and man-hours. Additional features include contract profitability measurement and contract quotes. Service Order Management & Service Item Management are recommended.

5941 Planning and Dispatching

4270, 5911

You use this granule to assign personnel to work orders. You can log details in this granule such as work order handling and work order status. You can also use it to filter service personnel and field technicians according to availability, skills and stock items. Functionality in the granule helps you gain an overview of service task prioritization, service loads, and task escalations.

6010 Basic Capacity Planning

5410

This granule is used for adding capacities (work centers) to the manufacturing process. You can set up routings and use these routings on production orders and in material requirements planning. This lets you see loads and the task list for the capacities.

6020 Machine Centers

5805, 6010

This granule is used for adding machine centers as capacities to the manufacturing process.

6030 Finite Loading

6010

You use this granule for finite loading of capacity-constraint resources. Finite Loading helps planners make more reliable plans by taking capacity constraints into account. This ensures that no more work is assigned to a work center than the capacities can be expected to execute during a given time period. If the Order Promising granule (see Sales & Receivables) has been purchased, Finite loading also enables the system to calculate capable-to-promise.

6040 Production Schedule

2120, 6010

This granule provides a graphical representation of production orders and capacity loading in an integrated Gantt component. The Production Schedule window is a Gantt chart, which is fully integrated with Microsoft Dynamics NAV and allows a user to reschedule operations by drag and drop in a graphical interface and thus update the related production order data. The feature does not provide new scheduling functionality - it merely enables in a graphical interface the tasks otherwise done in tabular form in routings, task lists, load windows, etc. As such, it is a consolidation of existing data and functions for capacity planning and scheduling in one graphical interface, which provides much improved overview and simplicity of use for different user roles. The Production Schedule granule is targeted at smaller manufacturing companies. It therefore does not support the more advanced capacity planning features such as Finite Loading, and it is best suited for a limited amount of concurrent production orders.

7010 Business Notification

2120, 3010

Business Notification granule is functionality within Microsoft Dynamics NAV that gives customers the ability to automatically send notifications and alerts both internally in the company and externally to business partners. These alerts and notifications are sent via emails, based on business rules, determined by the customer's business needs and set up within their Microsoft Dynamics NAV solution.

7011 Business Notification Worksheet

7010

The Business Notification Worksheet included in Microsoft Dynamics NAV, enables customers to run events in periodic batches. The granule also includes the following six out-of-the-box event templates that cover and solve problems around the supply chain business processes: Purchase order - Ensure delivery of goods, Purchase order - Vendor confirmation not received, Purchase order - goods not received from vendor, Production order - Production delayed Inventory - Item quantity status Production BOM, and Production BOM version - Items updated.

7020 Business Analytics Base Functionality

2010, 2120, 3010

Microsoft Dynamics NAV 4.00 and later only. This granule enables you to analyze data from different application areas within Microsoft Dynamics NAV. It allows you to view data measures of your choice across dimensional models. It includes a set of forms for configuration of dimensions and measures, and a configuration engine that configures DTS packages for data transfer, and configures schema for data mart tables and OLAP cubes. You can view and analyze data through Microsoft Excel by connecting Excel to the OLAP cubes.

7021 Business Analytics Advanced

7020

Microsoft Dynamics NAV 4.00 and later only. Advanced windows viewer for easy analysis. Includes also a report writer, a Web interface and the possibility for simple data mining.

7110 Report and Dataport Designer

-

You use this granule to change existing reports and dataports and it lets you create 100 new report objects and 100 new dataport objects (numbered from 50,000 to 50,099). This granule also gives you access to C/AL

(the C/SIDE® application language) from reports and dataports for defining special calculations and business rules. You can create new reports from scratch or copy an existing report to use as a starting point. Every report in Microsoft Dynamics NAV is created using this tool and can therefore easily be customized. The Report & Dataport Designer granule enables you to take advantage of the functionality included for developers in the Navigation Pane Designer. This means, for example, that you can create new menu items.

7120 Form and Page Designer

-

You use this granule to change existing forms and pages (windows displayed on the screen for data entry and inquiry), and it enables you to create 100 new form and page objects (included and numbered from 50,000 to 50,099).

This granule does not include access to C/AL from forms or pages.

7130 Table Designer

-

You use this granule to change existing table definitions, and it enables you to create 10 new tables (numbered from 50000 to 50009). You can change properties on fields, such as the field name, decimal places and maximum value. You can add new fields to existing tables and create new tables to store data specific to your business. You can create new keys for sorting information in new ways, and you can change or create new FlowFields

and FlowFilters for "slicing and dicing" information in new ways. This granule does not include access to C/AL from tables.

7140 XML Port Designer

-

You use this granule to create new or change existing XML Port objects. This granule also gives you access to C/AL

(the C/SIDE® application language) from XML Ports for defining special calculations and business rules. You can create new XML Port objects from scratch or copy an existing XML Port object to use as a starting point. Every XML Port object in Microsoft Dynamics NAV is created using this tool and can therefore easily be customized. The granule let you create 100 new XML Port objects (numbered from 50,000 to 50,099). The XML Port Designer granule enables you to take advantage of the functionality included for developers in the Navigation Pane Designer. This means, for example, that you can create new menu items.

7150 Form and Page Designer

-

You use this granule to change existing forms and pages (windows displayed on the screen for data entry and inquiry), and it enables you to create 10 new form and page objects (included and numbered from 50,000 to 50,009).

This granule does not include access to C/AL from forms or pages.

NOTE this is introduced for Business Essentials in place of 7120 per January 2009

7200 Application Builder

7110, 7120, 7130

You use this granule to change the business rules and special calculations that work behind the scenes. These business rules and special calculations are defined in a language we call C/AL (C/SIDE Application Language). While Application Builder includes access to C/AL, it does not allow access to existing C/AL code that updates write-protected tables (postings for instance). Application Builder lets you create entirely new areas of functionality for your application, enabling you to tailor Microsoft Dynamics NAV to fit your entire organization. This tool also enables you to create 100 Codeunit objects (numbered from 50,000 to 50,099). The Application Builder granule enables you to take advantage of the functionality included for developers in the Navigation Pane Designer. This means, for example, that you can create new menu items.

Note that to actually modify XML Port objects granule 7140 XML Port Designer is needed.

7300 Solution Developer

7200

You use this granule for the same purposes as the Application Builder granule, but it also gives you access to code that updates write-protected tables. This granule gives you the access necessary to change or create any object type, and gives you access to the Merge Tool and Upgrade Tool as well as the TIF Editor. This granule also enables you to use the menu options Translate/Export and Translate/Import in the Object Designer. These options are not available with the Application Builder granule.

7730 Tables (Each)

-

The entire application consists of five kinds of objects. You can acquire additional objects and have new functions created gradually as the need for them arises. Application objects are stored in the database, so when you import new objects, they are immediately incorporated in the solution. Tables are the basis of the data structure and are used to set up and define the fields that are used in the application.

7800 Forms and Pages (Each)

-

Forms and Pages are used to display fields and data in windows.

7900 Reports (Each)

-

Reports are used for all types of internal and external reporting.

8000 Dataports (Each)

-

Dataports are used to define importing and exporting of data.

8100 Codeunits (Each)

-

Codeunits are used to code new functions in the application.

8300 Forms and Pages (100)

-

Forms and Pages are used to display fields and data in windows.

8400 Reports (100)

-

Reports are used for all types of internal and external reporting.

8500 Dataports (100)

-

Dataports are used to define importing and exporting of data.

8600 Codeunits (100)

-

Codeunits are used to code new functions in the application.

8700 XML Ports (Each)

-

You can acquire additional XML Port objects and have new functions created gradually as the need for them arises.

8750 XML Ports (100)

-

You can acquire additional XML Port objects and have new functions created gradually as the need for them arises. This granule let you create additional 100 XML Port objects.

9000 Role Tailored Client

Included with 9100

The Role Tailored Client enables you to create Role Centers for your users. The Role Center provides a place for a user to begin working in Microsoft Dynamics NAV. It helps the user to get an overview of their task load, such as sales orders waiting to be posted, as well as easy access to task pages, notifications, and e-mail.

The granule includes pre-configured Role Centers to fit many of the fundamental roles in companies. The pre-configured Role Centers can be re-configured by an administrator or the administrator can create new Role Centers. The administrator assigns each user a role and each user can personalize their Role Center to ensure that it presents the information they need for their job.

A Role Center can contain the following parts:

• Activities: The Activities part contains stacks of documents, called "Cues." You can click a Cue to open the corresponding list or journal.

• Outlook: The Outlook part gives you an overview of your e-mails, calendar and Outlook tasks, and one-click access to e-mail, appointments, or tasks in Outlook.

• Charts: The Role Center may contain one or more graphs that display information that is relevant to your work. You can hover the cursor over a part of the chart to see the related data in text.

• Notifications: My Notifications displays notes that your colleagues have sent to you. You can click on a note to open the document that the message is related to.

• Lists: Your Role Center may contain one or more lists with customers, vendors or items. You can decide which customers, vendors or items to include on the list. With a double-click, you can open the card for a customer, vendor or item.

9100 Dynamics NAV Server

2140

This granule is required to run the Dynamics NAV Server. Running the Dynamics NAV Server allows Role Tailored Clients and Web Service connections to your system. The NAV Server forms the core middle tier server in the Dynamics NAV three tier architecture and in addition to the Role Tailored Client and Web Services, it runs NAV as .NET code. The server allows multiple clients to connect simultaneously and processes requests in a multithreaded environment.

98010 Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Standard Runtime Edition (English) User

2010

Same applies to 98020, 98030, 98040, 98050. SQL Server 2008 Standard Runtime Edition is a full featured data platform for running departmental online transaction processing (OLTP) and business intelligence (BI) applications. SQL Server 2008 Standard provides best-in-class ease of use and manageability for running departmental applications. Standard is ideally suited for the following usage scenarios: Departmental deployments; Small to medium scale OLTP deployments; OLTP deployments that are not expected to rapidly grow in the future; Reporting and analysis deployments. SQL Server 2008 Standard Runtime Edition is available in 5 languages as follows. Please refer to the price list to determine what languages are available in which regions. English (Granule ID 98010) French (Granule ID 98020) German (Granule ID 98030) Italian (Granule ID 98040) Spanish (Granule ID 98050) Note: Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Standard Runtime Edition is sold on a per "NAMED" user basis. This requires a customer to license a SQL User for each person accessing the system. The number of SQL users must be equal to or greater than the number of Professional users on the license. Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Standard Runtime Edition is licensed only as a platform to the Microsoft Dynamics NAV product. A full SQL license is required to support any third party products including, but not limited to, other Microsoft products not sold on the Microsoft Dynamics NAV price list.

98020 Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Standard Runtime Edition (French) User

2010

Same explanation as 98010

98030 Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Standard Runtime Edition (German) User

2010

Same explanation as 98010

98040 Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Standard Runtime Edition (Italian) User

2010

Same explanation as 98010

98050 Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Standard Runtime Edition (Spanish) User

2010

Same explanation as 98010

98060 Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Enterprise Runtime Edition (English) User

2010

SQL Server 2008 Enterprise is a comprehensive data platform for running mission critical online transaction processing (OLTP), data warehousing (DW) and business intelligence (BI) applications. SQL Server 2008 Enterprise provides enterprise class scalability, high availability and security to meet the high demands of these applications. Enterprise is ideally suited for the following usage scenarios: Mission critical deployments requiring high availability and uptime; Existing large scale OLTP deployments; OLTP deployments that expect to grow rapidly in the future; Large scale reporting and analysis deployments; Data warehousing; Server consolidation. SQL Server 2008 Enterprise Runtime Edition is available in 5 languages as follows. Please refer to the price list to determine what languages are available in which regions. English (Granule ID 98060) Note: Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Enterprise Runtime Edition is sold on a per "NAMED" user basis. This requires a customer to license a SQL User for each person accessing the system. The number of SQL users must be equal to or greater than the number of Professional users on the license. Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Enterprise Runtime Edition is licensed only as a platform to the Microsoft Dynamics NAV product. A full SQL license is required to support any other third party products including, but not limited to, other Microsoft products not sold on the Microsoft Dynamics NAV price list.

98070 Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Enterprise Runtime Edition (French) User

2010

French Same explanation as 98060

98080 Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Enterprise Runtime Edition (German) User

2010

German Same explanation as 98060

98090 Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Enterprise Runtime Edition (Italian) User

2010

Italian Same explanation as 98060

98100 Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Enterprise Runtime Edition (Spanish) User

2010

Spanish Same explanation as 98060

99003640 Developer's Toolkit - Source Analyzer

1800, 7200

Developers Toolkit provides you with a collection to tools to reduce the time to get into the structure of a Microsoft Dynamics NAV database that is defined by the objects and their properties: The Source Analyzer is a graphical cross-reference tool. It provides you with a collection of tools to view and analyze object data from a Microsoft Dynamics NAV database.

99003650 Developer's Toolkit - Compare & Merge

99003640

Developer's Toolkit provides you with a collection of tools to reduce the time to get into the structure of a Microsoft Dynamics NAV database that is defined by the objects and their properties. This granule gives you access to the Compare and Merge functionality of Developer's Toolkit. The Compare & Merge Tool is a utility designed to help partners and customers to document, compare, upgrade and maintain modified customer solutions. This tool can also be used for implementing or upgrading add-on solutions in a modified customer version.

99008510 Commerce Gateway

3010. The requirements for this granule varies depending on the functionality required. See Pricelist explanation

This granule adds setup and management functionality of Commerce Gateway to Microsoft Dynamics NAV. It includes setup of customers, vendors and other partners. Setup consists of the partners you will exchange documents with, and the documents themselves. The granule gives you access to 20 partners. A partner can either be a customer, vendor or a marketplace. If a partner is both a customer and a vendor, this only counts as 1 partner. The granule includes 16 different XML schemas, which are listed below:

• Sales: Request for Quote, Quote, Order, Confirmation, Delivery note, Invoice, Credit memo,

• Purchase: Request for Quote, Quote, Order, Confirmation, Receipt note, Invoice, Credit memo

• Inventory: Product Catalog (both import and export)

99008520 Commerce Gateway Unlimited

99008510

This granule gives you access to an unlimited number of partners.