Get our book on

Implementing Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009Many of you have asked me how to get my and Dave’s new book “Implementing Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009”.

I am glad to let you know that now you can get it on by following this link: Implementing Microsoft® Dynamics NAV 2009.

Also, there is a direct link to this book’s page in the sidebar, and you can also click there to get your copy.

A big thank you to all of you who have already pre-ordered or purchased our book! Everybody else, what are you waiting for? 😉

Holidays are over, I’m back again

IMG_1015I’ve spent a week skiing in Austrian alps (yes, that’s me in the picture), and that’s why I didn’t moderate or reply to any of the comments here. It’s easy to set up the blog posts to auto-publish on a time schedule, but I’ve not found a way to do the same with the comments.

Now that I am back (in one piece), I’m going to be more active on this blog, which means that any comments will be moderated and replied to within a business day. I’m sorry for all of you who have commented and then had to wait for a week before your comments appeared here.

See you on Monday, with my next post about Degree of Fit, which I am glad to find out has spurred some interest already.

Sure Step in action: Degree of Fit

I’d like to have a BMW X6. A fantastic car. Only, I’d like it to be convertible, because I love the feel of wind in my hair while driving into summer sunset. I could use a glass roof as well, it makes the interior feel much more spacious. And of course, it can’t have that automatic transmission—I don’t care if it’s not a hybrid car, it simply must have the continuously variable transmission, no matter the cost.

I’ll never have a car like this.

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Top Ten Microsoft Dynamics Stories of 2008

image, the independent authority for news and views on Microsoft Dynamics, has closed the year 2008 with a review of top ten stories published on their website in 2008.

Among the Top Ten stories of 2008 you can read a great article about RoleTailored interface, titled How Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Will Use the "Role-Tailored" Interface to Allay the Fears of Reluctant Users by Dave Roys, and my article about implementation best practices, titled Typical Microsoft Dynamics NAV Implementation Blunders.

I am especially proud that both mine, and my friend Dave’s articles have made their way into Top Ten. Both of these articles were written in the midst of writing our book, and taking time to write an article was next to impossible for both of us. I am glad to learn that both the readership and the editors of have found our articles good enough to include them in their Top Ten selection, among the strong competition.

You can read the whole article here.

Where will this blog Navigate in 2009?

image Happy New Year everybody! Are you ready for it?

When I moved this blog to its new domain I gave you a commitment I intend to observe: there will be a new post here every Monday and every Thursday. Today is Thursday, so let’s rock’n’roll.

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