Microsoft NAV Interview Questions by Terry Clark
Unofficial Microsoft Navision Business Solution Certification Review

No critic rating

Waiting for minimum critic reviews

Synopsis

The Ultimate Reference & Learning Guide for Microsoft Navision Consultants, Administrators, and Developers Over 150 Certification Questions, Answers, and Explanations It's clear that Microsoft Navision is the future for cost effective ERP, but few resources exist for the professional consultant seeking quick insight to the software package. Appropriate for all levels of NAV proficiency, over 150 Questions, Answers, and Explanations guide you through your learning process. From helping you to assess your Navision skills to evaluating candidates for a job, Microsoft Navision Interview Questions will help you understand what you really need to know, and what you can safely ignore. The book is organized around implementation issues, functional design, and audit and security. Each question includes everything you need to know to master the interview or properly evaluate a candidate. More than just a rehash of Microsoft documentation and sales presentations, each question is based on project knowledge and experience gained on successful high-profile Navision implementations. Key certification and interview topics include: Outlook Integration, Reports & Table Formats, Software Installation, Configuration, and Upgrade. Technical Compatibility, and More.
 

About Terry Clark

See more books from this Author
TERRY D. CLARK is Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the Graduate Program in International Relations at Creighton University. He has published extensively on emerging democratic institutions in postcommunist Europe. His articles have appeared in "Slavic Review", "East European Politics and Societies" (EEPS), "PS", "Nationalities Papers", and the "Journal of Policy Studies". Clark is a past recipient of several IREX research grants and was a Fulbright Fellow at Vilnius University, Vilnius University.
 
Published April 20, 2008 by Equity Press. 120 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Computers & Technology.

Rate this book!

Add Review