Microsoft Dynamics NAV is designed to simplify and streamline business processes across an entire organization to offer transparency into the way the business is performing, increasing margins, and driving profitable growth. “We have special requirements and focus on Microsoft’s core functionalities for easy and extendable solutions to counter the simultaneous law changes and government regulations—financial and legal requirements such as complex pricing, product registration compliance, and customer delinquency management which varies from market-to-market,” Kucera explains.
Evolutika focuses on four different ‘to haves’ during each implementation— critical, must, prefer, and wish. The four criteria lay the foundation of the company’s success. Evolutika’s customer-oriented approach engages its clients in projects through discussions to make them aware of options, market risks, and benefits.
“After the acquisition of Navision, Microsoft is inter-crediting all its products like Microsoft Office or SharePoint to be integrated with DynamicsNAV, to make it more seamless and efficient. Also use of Microsoft SQL database provides opportunity for third party applications’ integration and complex interchange for maximum control and usability,” unfolds Kucera.
“Recently, Evolutika implemented a web portal for end users to enter chargebacks directly into Dynamics NAV designed as a platform independent solution,” affirms Kucera.
We focus on Microsoft’s core functionalities for easy and extendable solutions to counter the simultaneous law changes and government regulations
“Why should clients vouch for us? Because we focus on what we deliver and to whom in the organization it is being delivered,” says Kucera. Evolutika maximizes the number of orders a user can enter, checks customer registration and license, and minimizes duplicity of information so that a user can enter a sales order through a tablet or via a sales force automation application.
For instance, one of the clients integrated with a third party application for sales force automation and had issues with the cutoffs and data duplicity. Evolutika’s solutions allowed the customers enter directly into the Dynamics NAV, automatically creating the orders—according to the industry required rules built into the wine industry vertical solution built on Dynamics NAV ERP—and constructing a streamlined order process. “The sales rep can have a complete overview about the product’s information—its availability, whether it is dispatched or is on hold. Simplifying the long hourly work to minutes,” he adds.
Evolutika migrated its solutions to Microsoft NAV, redesigned its salesforce automation processes and implements BI tools. While emphasizing to invest on people’s knowledge, Evolutika’s solution allows customers to test and see if their innovations fit their needs. The company offers many different approaches, like to provide data migration to its clients’—a fixed side of information. Moving forward, the company plans to create a scenario builder which would understand a client and educate them on the ability of the wine industry solution, based on a client’s perspective is what Evolutika foresees to do in its near future.