I suppose the most of you have already used Limited Users. It is pretty good possibility to save some money for users who have not a lot different processes to work in NAV. But limitation was a big; you could insert in only 3 tables by your need and in 80 additional by default. It was enough for some basics processes (creating contacts, HR, warehouse and similar).
But from NAV 2016, we have a pretty greater possibilities. That means we can use for inserting even 151 default tables; you can find completely list here. Some of the most important default tables for insert are:
- Customers and Vendors
- Customer and Vendor Invoice Discounts
- Sales and Purchase Headers and Lines
- Sales/Puchase Price and Line Discount
- Assembly Order Headers and Lines
- Incoming Documents
- Workflow tables
You can see that with these tables in combination with three additional by your needs, we can use Limited Users for a lot different processes. It can decrease project cost and improve quality.