So without some business requirements your question is meaningless.Regards Bill Van Looy 678-358-4906 cell 770-645-5463 home office But everyone needs to know about Microsofts other product "Dynamics AX" which competes with SAP and wins!" id="ctl00_m_m_i_ctl00_gr_ctl05_bestanswerbody" class="textarea-bestanswerhidden" name="bestanswerbody" answerbody Id="1538082" / Which SAP are you comparing? To add to Bill list, Microsoft actually has another ERP MS-SL-Solomon). We can’t compare because of many SAPs series and many MS series. Sap has another SAP A1 (for marketing reason targeted at SME) .

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ERP packages are aimed at different size companies, different industries and different countries.

These five packages all are aimed at different markets.

They were developed by different companies and merged under two different companies.

They both work and they both are vehicles, but you need some serious education if you trying to decide to buy just one or the other.

Would suggest you check out old threads in this site and search word education, Regards Bill Van Looy 678-358-4906 cell 770-645-5463 home office Alfonzo, 1.

If you are trying to do a term paper would suggest you pick an easier topic. Occurred to me you might not have enough background to understand what is in those threads I recommended in my last post. -- Microsoft has three ERP packages MS-AX, MS-GP, and MS-NAV -- check them out at (search ERP).

-- SAP is a company that basically sells two ERP products My SAP and SAP B1. Another two - three days of research should give you a very general idea of what these offerings are.

Hello, I am interested in getting opinions on why SAP would be a better choice than Microsoft Dynamics NAV or if you could point me in the direction of where I can read some articles on te topic.

I am interested in doing a comparison on Functionality, Implementation time across countries, License and implementation costs, Design and multi country features.

This is assuming SAP is a better solution, if not then I would like to know why.

Thanks, Alfonzo This would be like comparing a Porch to an Abrams Tank.