Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015

On September 14th, we presented Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 to 600 partner representatives at Directions US, and we are proud to announce that General Availability of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 will be October 1st 2014. Already today partners can download Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 from PartnerSource and start investigating the new functionality. Visit the new readiness page to access training and resources about Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015, and download the product here. For more information, see the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Help in the MSDN Library.

Partners who did not attend Directions US and want to learn more about Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015, explore business opportunities, and network with other partners should sign-up for Directions EMEA event October 8-10 in Poznan, Poland. Make sure to check back here on The NAV Team Blog for more updates in the coming weeks.

Best regards,

The Dynamics NAV team

Comments (11)

  1. nutcracker says:

    Great! thank you for your hard work.

  2. Arturs says:

    When can we download 2015 Dev license from VOICE?

  3. Arndt says:

    Hello Team,

    where can i find the Microsoft social listening Add-in and some demo word Layouts in the german database ?

  4. André says:

    This first release at what cumulative update of NAV 2013 R2 is aligned?


  5. Jens Glathe says:

    @André: According to my source control, mostly 2013R2 CU 10 (Build 37563). I have object sets merged for 2015 W1 and DE that include all fixes from CU11 (Build 37799). If you want to build on this, drop me a note.

    with best regards


  6. Jens Glathe says:

    Update: The CU11 object sets can now be downloaded from mibuso:

    with best regards


  7. Pallea says:

    @arturs – As the product is officially release on october 1st and new customerlicense files at october 6th, you should expect that voice will let you generate a new licensefile sometime between these two dates, having said that you can already use your 2013 R2 Developer license file if you want to dig into some code. Just go into development, choose Tools, License file, and select Change (NOT Upload) all objects should be editable.

    This is definately the best release for a very long time, and the new report/word-designer is pretty awesome and I am really looking forward into using this. Doing reports have become fun again 😉

  8. George Ondoro/Kenya says:


  9. Saurav Dhyani says:

    Hi Team,

    When can we expect NAV 2015 Release for India?

  10. Bhavin says:

    When can we expect NAV 2015 release for india?

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