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The cost of Dynamics NAV is a bit expensive. Most service packs cost thousands of dollars. However, it is a good software for managing your business activities and gives good results.The software is a bit expensive and some startup companies will be unable to use it despite its effective usage in management. This should be catered for and looked upon since it greatly affects some users who want to use the tool.

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Top Answer: It has ability to control the management of all processes in the company, allowing good communication throughout entire departments.
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Also Known As
Sterling Commerce Order Management, Sterling Order Management
IBM Order Management orchestrates cross-channel selling and order orchestration processes across a dynamic business network of customers, suppliers, and partners. IBM Order Management provides robust cross-channel functionality that can intelligently broker orders across many disparate systems, provide a global view of all inventory across the supply chain, and help you make changes to business processes based on changing market conditions.Microsoft Dynamics AX for Retail Point of Sale (POS) is available either as part of the integrated Dynamics AX for Retail business suite, or as an individual POS solution. Features shown include the Modern POS experience, product search and select, client-telling/assisted sales experience, customer detail capture and remote stock counting.
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Sample Customers
Williams-Sonoma, Telus, Avalara, VolkerHighways, ISE Commerce, Frontline, UniCredit GroupHarris Farm Markets, Ariston Thermo Group, Delhi Integrated Multi-Modal Transit System Ltd., Zimbabwe Revenue Authority, Kodak Alaris, APi Group Inc, Thorlux Lighting, Aruba Networks, Ceskoslovenska obchodni banka, a. s. (CSOB)
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Computer Software Company45%
Comms Service Provider12%
Media Company6%
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IBM Order Management is ranked 2nd in Order Management Hubs while Microsoft Dynamics is ranked 1st in Order Management Hubs with 1 review. IBM Order Management is rated 0.0, while Microsoft Dynamics is rated 10.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Microsoft Dynamics writes "Manages customers efficiently and with ease". IBM Order Management is most compared with Manhattan Active Omni, SAP Hybris Order Management, SAP Business Suite and Blue Yonder Order Management, whereas Microsoft Dynamics is most compared with Oracle Retail Merchandise Operations Management, Oracle MICROS, Blue Yonder Order Management and SAP Hybris Order Management.

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