It has been almost a year and a half from the general availability of Microsoft Dynamics 365 and the first wave of early adopters have gone live on the software. For those companies who did not want to be the “guinea pigs” of Dynamics 365, 2018 is your year. Here are the top seven reasons why we think every Microsoft Dynamics AX user should consider making the move to Microsoft Dynamics 365 and the Azure business platform this year.Continue Reading
A business has so many moving parts – wouldn’t it be great if you could access all of those parts in one place? Microsoft Dynamics 365 combines an ERP system with a CRM system, bringing all of the functionality that you need into one place.
Dynamics 365 allows you to improve the collaboration between sales, marketing, and operations all the time so you can expand your business.Continue Reading
Even though the initial release date for Microsoft Dynamics 365 was on November 1st, 2016, a lot of organizations are still taking their time before they upgrade to the latest version. This makes perfect sense as organizations are looking to get the maximum “mileage” out of their system while it’s still being supported. Considering the fact that there are only a couple of weeks before support expires for AX 2009 SP1, we thought it might be a good time to answer some commonly asked questions and describe some of the details regarding the upgrade to Dynamics 365.Continue Reading
Gartner defines cloud computing as a style of computing in which scalable and elastic IT-enabled capabilities are delivered as a service using Internet technologies. So, an on-demand delivery of compute power, storage, applications and other resources through a cloud service platform via the internet.
Traditionally, IT expenses have been considered a Capital Expenditure (CapEx). Today, with the move to the cloud and the pay-as-you-go model, organizations have the ability to stretch their budgets and are shifting their IT CapEx costs to Operating Expenditures (OpEx) instead. This flexibility, in accounting terms, is now an option due to the “as a Service” model of purchasing software, cloud storage and other IT related resources.Continue Reading
Everyone wants their goods to move quickly and smoothly through the supply chain. However, many companies experience delays and disruptions. Those delays and disruptions cost you money and hurt your reputation.
Supply chain management solutions enable you to optimize your supply chain so you achieve the success you want. Microsoft Dynamics 365’s ERP system helps you make better decisions to move goods faster and better satisfy customers.Continue Reading