27
Mar

[Webinar] Considering Azure: What’s Next for Your IT Department?

Most people now agree that the cloud has become a core element of any enterprise’s technology strategy. Indeed, in the past few years we have seen the conversation around cloud adoption move from “if” to “when” and “how.”

Every organization, sooner or later, will become aware that running a large portion of their IT portfolio – perhaps even the majority of it – in the cloud makes sense from a variety of perspectives. Many of these organizations, though, don’t know when, where, and how to begin their cloud migration discussions.

Join us on April 26th at 2pm EDT for our webinar, Considering Azure: What’s Next for Your IT Department?

During this webinar, we will discuss many of the factors to consider as you evaluate a move to the cloud. Specifically, we will explore the Microsoft Azure platform and the technology solutions and capabilities it provides – including Microsoft Dynamics 365, Azure IoT, Mobile Apps, Machine Learning, and more.

Considering Azure: What’s Next for Your IT Department?
April 26th, 2018
2pm EDT / 11am PDT
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16
Mar

Webinar: Top Signs Your Dynamics ERP / CRM Implementation is at Risk

Are you in the middle of a Dynamics AX / Dynamics 365 initiative and deep down you know something is wrong? Join us for a webinar on April 10th and turn your project around before it’s too late!

Top Signs Your Dynamics ERP / CRM Implementation is at Risk
April 10, 2018
12:00pm – 1:00pm EST.

Your upgrade or implementation project has risk lurking at every turn:

  • Personnel changes
  • Missed deadlines
  • Functionality gaps
  • Poorly customized code
  • Increasing number of change orders

The list goes on. It’s no wonder why Gartner has found that between 55% – 75% of ERP initiatives fail to meet their objectives.

Save your seat now and join us for this session as we discuss signs that your project is at risk – and what to do when your project is not delivering the value and results you anticipated.

16
Feb

[White Paper] Microsoft Dynamics 365 vs SAP

Because an ERP system is the vital backbone of the business, an organization needs a solution that provides the necessary functionality, is easy and convenient to use, and enables a competitive advantage. If a company’s ERP system isn’t meeting these goals, it’s time to look for one that will.

Microsoft Dynamics 365 and SAP are two of the most commonly shortlisted, and ultimately selected, ERP platforms in market today. Today we release our comparison white paper of the two: Microsoft Dynamics 365 vs SAP.

The white paper evaluates the two systems using the most commonly used ERP evaluation criteria as found by the Aberdeen Group. The top five criteria are: Functionality, Ease of Use, Total Cost of Ownership, Must Be An Integrated Suite, and Ease and Speed of Implementation.

Download the white paper: Microsoft Dynamics 365 vs SAP.

7
Feb

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Upgrade Assessment

Assess the upgrade readiness of your business and quantify the time, effort, and cost required to move from Microsoft Dynamics AX to Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations with our Upgrade365 2-Day (Remote or On-Site) Assessment.

The goal of the 2-Day Microsoft Dynamics 365 upgrade assessment is to provide your team with all the information you need to evaluate and plan your organization's path to Microsoft's next generation business platform.

(Note: This infographic lists the Top 10 Reasons Why You Should Move to Dynamics 365.)

Day 1 of the assessment is a joint working session to uncover all of the critical factors with the existing system in order to then spend Day 2 working on the summary, recommendations and estimate for proceeding with a Microsoft Dynamics 365 upgrade.

Day 1 – Functional and Technical Assessment

  • Functional Assessment
    • Review company culture and implementation background
      • What does the company make / offer / sell? How do they make it?
      • What is the history of your AX system?
      • What is the organization structure?
      • Who owns AX – IT, Finance, other?
      • Why was AX initially implemented? Have those goals been met?
    • Review existing business uses of Microsoft Dynamics AX:
      • What work streams and corresponding AX modules are in scope?
      • What major customizations / integrations exist?
      • What are the critical outputs (reports, printed forms, etc…)?
      • What manual processes currently exist outside the system?
      • What compliance mandates exist (SOX, FDA, etc…)?
      • What data retention requirements exist?

Day 2 – Summary, Analysis, and Recommendations

  • Summary of collected assessment information provided.
  • Licensing and Pricing Analysis provided.
  • Assumptions and recommendation approach document provided.
  • Estimates and Assumptions provided:
    • Includes Azure Cloud Infrastructure, Data Migration, Code Migration, Integrations and 3rd Party Solutions, Security/Compliance, and BI considerations.
14
Dec

Webinar: Upgrading from Microsoft Dynamics AX to Microsoft Dynamics 365

Are you using Microsoft Dynamics AX? Are you interested in learning about your migration path to Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations?

Download and watch our webinar, Getting to Microsoft Dynamics 365: Your Upgrade from Dynamics AX, where we discussed how organizations using Microsoft Dynamics AX can migrate to Microsoft Dynamics 365. This recording covers areas like:

  • Why Upgrade?
  • Cloud Preparation
  • Migration Planning
  • Upgrade Paths for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 and Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012
  • Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Case Study
  • and more.

Watch now for free: Getting to Microsoft Dynamics 365: Your Upgrade from Dynamics AX.