Data Masons Software Announces Day One EDI Integration with Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015

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Data Masons Software, LLC announces integration of its Vantage Point EDI solution with Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015.

Data Masons Software, LLC., a leading provider of Integrated EDI and XML solutions for Microsoft Dynamics® customers, announces integration of its Vantage Point EDI solution with Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015. This announcement demonstrates Data Masons’ continued commitment to providing Microsoft Dynamics users with Day One integration support for Microsoft’s latest AX, GP and NAV releases.

Vantage Point EDI for Microsoft Dynamics NAV leverages the latest technology and takes advantage of specific functionality built into the Microsoft Dynamics NAV platform. The solution achieves the industry’s tightest ERP integration and provides full automation of key EDI processes without the need for ERP platform customizations, regardless of client-specific business processing rules, industry specifications or ERP version.

“As Microsoft continues to develop its technology, users have an increased opportunity to extend their investment in Microsoft Dynamics and as an ISV partner, our role is to insure that users have the complementary, business-critical solutions they need, when they need them,” stated Dennis Bruce, Director of Business Development, Data Masons Software. Bruce added, “Day One integration is critical when it comes to EDI integration as it provides customers with the support they need to maintain ‘business as usual’ when planning technology updates. For the rest of the NAV community, we hope that by providing Day One EDI integration they gain confidence in knowing that their EDI requirements can be quickly and easily met as they consider a move to the latest platform.”

Data Masons is a Premier sponsor of Dynamic Communities’ NAVUG Summit, October 14 – 17, 2014 in St. Louis, MO. Data Masons’ EDI and ERP expert Glenn McPeak will host the session, ”Rethinking EDI with the Evolving Landscape of NAV 2015” on October 15th at 3:45PM and October 16th at 9:15AM. Mark Brummel, Microsoft Dynamics NAV Specialist and MVP, will join McPeak to discuss the benefits of an integrated EDI solution that sits outside of the NAV ERP while providing a truly-integrated, fully-automated approach that avoids the pitfalls of traditional EDI integration.

"Within the Dynamics NAV community, I'm witnessing a strategic shift away from 3rd-party solutions that are unnecessarily embedded inside NAV to a more flexible, long-term strategy that leverages solutions that sit outside of the ERP. As Microsoft continues to add compelling features to new releases of NAV, companies are more focused on reducing customizations to only those that are absolutely necessary within the ERP. Organizations such as Data Masons, that provide the same value without customizing NAV, have a decided edge. I believe the trend towards non-embedded solutions will ultimately benefit NAV users by giving them the same if not better results without inhibiting their future upgrades to new versions of NAV," stated Brummel.

Data Masons will exhibit in the NAVUG Summit Expo Hall in booth #835 to showcase its Vantage Point EDI for Microsoft Dynamics NAV solution.
About Data Masons Software

Since 1996 Data Masons has specialized in EDI Made Simple®, offering advanced, turnkey EDI & XML solutions for Microsoft Dynamics customers. Data Masons' Vantage Point EDI solution provides a complete EDI processing platform that enables users to become more competitive through tight EDI integration and ongoing compliance - all without the need for expensive and disruptive ERP platform customization. Data Masons' compliance services, product flexibility, extensive EDI and ERP integration knowledge, and partner-driven experience have made Vantage Point EDI the winning choice for high-performance business document integration at more than 1,000 customers across North America. Additional information about Data Masons and its solutions is available at http://www.datamasons.com.

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