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Micro Datanet average salary is $59,280, median salary is $59,280 with a salary range from $52,000 to $66,560.
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Systems Analyst 66,560-66,560 Bloomfield, NJ, 07003 2015 Micro Datanet Systems Analyst Salaries (1)
Micro Datanet Bloomfield, NJ Salaries
Marketing Manager 52,000-52,000 Bloomfield, NJ, 07003 2011 Micro Datanet Marketing Manager Salaries (1)
Micro Datanet Bloomfield, NJ Salaries
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  • Micro-Datanet Inc
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Kinnelon, NJ
  • For over 20 years, the employees of Micro DataNet have been providing extraordinary Navision Support in guiding and educating companies to leverage their investment in their Microsoft Dynamics NAV ERP system. Our highly qualified team of developers & industry specialists have been actively sought by Manufacturing & Distribution companies to deliver the Navision results businesses expected when they purchased Navision. Navision is a unique product that easily allows companies to adapt their successful and distinctive business practices to the software as opposed to other ERP systems that require compliance with their methods, often called "Best Practices", but not identifying