News items for 2017

 Microsoft Dynamics NAV. A maker of equipment and products for the arts and crafts sector has installed Exportmaster ShipShape to work in conjunction with its MSD NAV system. Exportmaster has established interfaces for clients using all three of the Microsoft Dynamics products: MSD AX, MSD GP and MSD NAV (formerly Axapta, Great Plains and Navision). (01/09/2017)

 Microsoft Dynamics GP and Spex. A British manufacturer of paper and board products has replaced its former Spex system with Exportmaster ShipShape which now handles its export documentation and procedures. Shipments are transferred straight into Exportmaster from the company's corporate system, Microsoft Dynamics GP. (01/09/2017)

 Exportmaster 5 — major version release. Exportmaster 5 is now available for new implementations. Work has already begun on upgrading existing clients' systems but, because of the large numbers involved, this process will be spread over a period of several months. Software licences for the new system are free of charge to clients who have a current support and upgrades agreement. Details of the principal technical and operational changes can be found on the Notices page. (15/05/2017)

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