Take control of your reporting
Red and Bundle is an independent Reports ForNAV specialist. We help Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central partners and end users by offering them support for the ForNAV product.
Our aim is to give you complete control over your own Business Central reports. Whether you need training, outsourcing of development, or just want to ask us some questions, we are here to help you.
We are a no nonsense company with only one objective, to help you be successful by offering the highest quality service there is.
We can train your consultants, developers, and clients to leverage the full power of ForNAV and Business Central
Creating and upgrading Business Central reports can be a major drain on your resources. Why not outsource to the experts?
Red & Bundle have been a tremendous help in setting up our sales documents. They are always incredibly responsive, extremely professional, and very creative in their approach. I highly recommend working with Red & Bundle.Tom Shannon, OSIS
Red and Bundle has opened up a new world to us. Instead of waiting weeks or months for a simple design change or a new report layout, we can now do this ourselves on the fly. René has been an exceptional resource. He helped us set up ForNAV in an online session that took less than an hour. The Red & Bundle Workshops and Coffee Break Sessions have taught us new techniques and given us valuable insight into Business Central. René is a good listener with a deep knowledge and understanding of Navision. We can highly recommend him and his company.Brian J Brown, The Junction AS, Norway
The consulting needs of small and medium businesses is changing. More than ever you need someone with deep expertise and experience who can set you up for success by listening to your needs and executing flexibly at speed. René at Red and Bundle demonstrated that he is part of that new world.Russell Kallman, TFB Trading Australia Pty Ltd
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