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Microsoft Navision Gets New Leader

Microsoft hired a former IT consultant and IBM executive to run the Navision segment of Microsoft Business Solutions.

Mogens Elsberg was named general manager for Microsoft Business Solutions-Navision on Monday. Elsberg replaces Rene Stockner as head of the Navision product management and marketing team, which is based near Copenhagen, Denmark.

Elsberg's previous jobs include chief executive officer of Aston Business Solutions and director of global services for the IBM Nordic region.

Navision is a business management software suite for small to mid-size companies. Navision includes financial management, supply chain management, customer relationship management and e-commerce functionality.

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