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Implement spelling checker in Dynamics NAV

Implementing spelling checker in Dynamics NAV is simple and works properly with RTC Client for any version of NAV. We have developed a control add-in for spelling checker.

Follow these steps to implement spelling checker:
  1. Copy the “DynamicsNAV Add-In Project.dll” file in add-in folder for client and service.

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  1. Create the new entry in Control Add-In Table

To install the add-in, insert the following details in Client Add-in table

  • Control Add-in Name: Dynamics.NAV.SpellChecker
  • Public Key Token: 48f3911b65e24838
  • Category : DotNet Control Add-in

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  1. Enable the spelling checker control add-in on selected text field on page (here, enabled on Item Card –) Description field)spelling checker in dynamics nav-4
  2. That’s it. System will warn the line for any miss spell and by right clicking on the word, you can get suggestions of correct spelling.spelling checker in dynamics nav-5
You can download DLL file and Control-Add in project source file. Contact our NAV experts for further guidance.

Top 7 technology trends to look forward to in 2018

Technology has now become a center point in businesses. In the business world, you’re only as good as the technology you use. The rapid evolution of technology and its impact on businesses and professions will not slow down anytime soon. Be it Artificial Intelligence (AI) or Machine Learning, IoT (Internet of Things) or Augmented Reality, 2018 is surely going to be the game changer in stabilizing these all. Here are the top 7 technology trends to look forward to in 2018 and that will change the business scenarios globally:

1. Rise of cloud adoption in mid-sized & larger enterprises

The adoption of cloud has been a bit slower as businesses are concerned about costs, security and privacy. But now, businesses and governments have well understood these barriers. Governments and larger enterprises also now know that cloud is the future. They recognize that security and privacy concerns are handled very well by the cloud companies. As a result, they are becoming adaptable to cloud and cloud security.

2. Big Data and Machine Learning

There is already a bunch of companies like Amazon’s re-order feature and subscription services that cater customers’ shopping experience precisely to them. This is done by curating products by accessing data from social media or purchasing history. In 2018, this is going to only increase. More and more companies will look to combining user data with modern technologies like augmented reality and machine learning systems. This will aid them in improving customer service and making better-informed strategic decisions.

3. AI-Enhanced Systems

Many companies have already started using AI in their products, mostly to the customer’s benefit. 2018 will see far more companies adjusting their product design around AI. The use of AI will be much more for organizational security, business process automation, data loss predictions, etc. Investing in AI like chatbots for customer service, etc. transforms your data into useful business insights and actions without much ado.

4. Voice Activated Everything

The near future is all about voice. The war for domination amongst Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, Siri, Cortana and Bixby is clearly evident. Connected cars, fridges and many such things are making it clear that ‘Voice Activated Everything’ is going to be a thing in 2018. Be ready to exploit this opportunity within your own business / industry to make your product or service stand out. In March 2017, Microsoft has announced that it’s seen a 350% yearly increase of monthly active users  to about 0.7 million users on its Cortana digital assistant.

5. Tightened data protection laws

One of the main concerns of businesses in adopting anything digital is security and privacy. From storing, transmitting, and processing the data, it is all changing to being digital. Due to more and more businesses adopting digital transformation, tighter data protection laws are very much needed. While some countries like India are coming up with data protection outlines, others will improve their current data protection framework.

6. Smart Automation

AI and business intelligence not only eliminate monotonous tasks but also improve automation technology. By integrating AI and automation, businesses can build healthy relations with customers by sensing and processing personality, tone and emotion and extracting personalized data. Intelligent automation is going to be a trend-setter, thus enabling them to advance problem solving, improve agility, and boost decision-making to attain extensive productivity gains.

7. IoT and Edge Computing

Tens of billions of connected things generate massive volumes of data from disparate sources .While cloud computing is adopted by many organizations, IoT experts are now starting to unleash the benefits of doing more compute and analytics on the devices themselves. This is edge computing. This on-device approach helps reduce dependence on the cloud, lower transmission costs, minimize error rate and thus, better manage the huge piles of data generated.

Are you ready to take the advantage of these technology trends?

In conclusion, 2018 is going to be the year of business transformation. With all the new technologies turning up and older ones taking a better shape, the opportunities are infinite. Adopting these modern technologies is the only way to stay ahead of the competition and to provide better customer experience. Are you ready to transform your business? We can help you in getting equipped with what it takes to be ready for 2018’s technology trends. Learn how.

Why choose subscription-based model of ERP software?

The software industry is moving to the subscription based ERP software model which means you make payments based on usage. Cost and convenience are among the top benefits of a subscription-based pricing model, be it in any type and size of business. How nice it would be if you switch on your computer and find that your ERP software has upgraded automatically? You would be free from the hassles of upgrades and keeping an eye on bug fixes. All this makes subscription model of software a hit among the businesses.
Not only these, there are many other benefits of adopting a subscription based ERP software in your business.

Eliminate capital expenditure

The rise of cloud computing, advent of digital transformation and a change in consumer behavior have led to this transformation in businesses. Cost savings is the main driver of subscription model being a hit in businesses. Moving to a subscription payment plan moves your software from a capital expenditure to an operating expense. A subscription-based model offers flexibility of scaling the usage and planning for growth in a more manageable way.

Get unlimited flexibility

The number of people never remains constant in a company. As the strength changes, so does the need for number of licenses. But this model, unlike traditional ERP software, doesn’t work on the principle of ‘What you bought is what you got’. Subscription-based ERP means you can match your software needs to your business performance on a monthly basis. You can add or remove users as the company grows.

Try new features with low or no risk

Flexibility in this model is more than just volumes of licenses. ERP software now comes with many features, options, services and integrations than before. But not every business need every feature. Buying a whole package becomes costly too. Subscription based ERP model allows you to buy only what you need and then scale as you grow. It also offers a ‘freemium’ model, or a limited time ‘free trial’ option. Pay for it only if it works for you else not.

Enjoy convenience

Subscription-based pricing is convenient in the sense that you have access to up-to-date products all the time. You won’t have to wait for updates to be installed and face no downtime as it is cloud based software. Stay assured that all the users are using the same version of the software. Also, using this model allows for a more agile implementation cycle and faster time to value.

How to switch to a subscription based ERP software?

There is a rise of demand for ‘pay per use’ model. Switching to a subscription-based ERP transforms your business for good. It promotes greater flexibility, modernization, and agility for the consumer and probable income streams for the business.  But for any change in a company, you need to make your people ready. Choose a vendor wisely after knowing your business needs and their offerings.
For more on how Intech can help your business move to a subscription-based ERP pricing model, please contact us today.

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