There has been much hype around the latest version of Microsoft's NAV and more specifically around the new tailored and highly customisable interface. Role Tailored Client (RTC) introduces a new way of displaying data that is specific to the users’ role within an organisation.
“In business as in everyday life, simplifying work load means removing the clutter, organising what you have left and putting these things where you can get to them easily and quickly. That’s exactly what RTC does to your workstation. It hides 90 percent of the features you don’t need to see. And it promotes the actions and information that you do need, leaving you with an uncluttered window and an overview of upcoming tasks. You prioritise your tasks, keeping your work productive, stimulating, and fun” commented Altus’ VP of Product Innovation, James Faw.
To support the launch, the conference will encompass a number of informative sessions planned to support the launch and introduce attendees to what they can expect from this latest tailored version and the implications for their non-profit, educational or government organisations.
More details on Altus Alliance 2012 can be viewed online at http://www.altusdynamics.com/Alliance2012_home.aspx