Merit Matters Blog - Merit Solutions

2
Dec

What Are the Advantages of Microsoft’s PowerApps?

Since Microsoft’s November 2015 announcement about the release of PowerApps, the enterprise has been waiting to see what the tech giant has in store. Microsoft bills PowerApps as a tool that enables the creation of apps quickly and simply. Read on to learn what advantages it provides users.

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1
Dec

New User Group for Power BI

Dynamics AX users who have chosen Microsoft Power BI as their business intelligence solution have a new resource available to make the most of their implementation. The Power BI User Group (PBIUG) is now up and running with a range of benefits for Power BI users.

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29
Nov

Microsoft PowerApps: What You Need to Know

In November 2015, Microsoft introduced PowerApps. PowerApps is an enterprise service that enables users to create and share business apps within minutes. They don’t need any pre-existing programming experience, either. After a private launch, PowerApps became generally available at the beginning of November 2016. Read on to learn what you need to know about PowerApps and their impact on enterprise mobility.

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22
Nov

Dynamics 365 for Operations Exam MB6 – 890

This topic will give some input on passing the MB6-890 exam (Microsoft Dynamics AX Development Introduction).

Exam questions have single choice or multiple choice answers. No other user input is required.

Exam time is 90 minutes. There are about 50 questions.

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17
Nov

Merit Solutions Ranked 138th Fastest Growing Company in North America on Deloitte’s 2016 Technology Fast 500™

Merit Solutions is proud to announce today it ranked 138th on Deloitte’s 2016 Technology Fast 500™, a ranking of the 500 fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and energy tech companies in North America. Merit Solutions grew 629% percent during this period.

Merit Solutions’s chief executive officer, Bill Burke, credits a shift towards becoming a digital transformation enabler with the company’s 629% growth.

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15
Nov

Microsoft Dynamics 365: Hype vs. Fact

No matter how much a software vendor hypes up a product or solution, nothing the company releases will be absolutely perfect. There will always be limitations, drawbacks, disadvantages, and implementation challenges.

Microsoft recently released Dynamics 365, a cloud-based bundle including its CRM and ERP solutions. The software giant has been releasing information about Dynamics 365 for several months prior to its release. By and large, the news has been positive. However, there are some critiques about Microsoft’s latest product.

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9
Nov

Why Use Microsoft Dynamics 365?

When a company as big as Microsoft changes a product as well-known as its Dynamics suite, people take notice. They begin to ask questions such as, “Is this new product better? Should I start using it?”

Microsoft will be releasing a cloud-based bundle of its CRM and ERP software, which it’s dubbed Dynamics 365. Read on to learn what benefits users can expect to gain from this new product.

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7
Nov

ERP Implementation Rescues

Sad to say, but there is plenty to talk about when it comes to rescuing ERP implementations gone bad. According to industry statistics, ERP implementations bog down all too often. In fact, it’s so bad that some ERP systems never go into production, a huge waste of resources. Why do companies find themselves in need of a rescue, and what can they do about it?

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4
Nov

Disable/Enable New Button Using Extensions in new Microsoft Dynamics AX

This topic will describe how to add new button to existing form in new Dynamics AX and disable or enable it based on condition.

Requirement is to add menu item button on Job card form that will be enabled if the production order has any quality orders, disabled otherwise. It should open the quality order related to production order.
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2
Nov

Microsoft Dynamics 365: What You Need to Know

In July 2016, Microsoft announced it would be combining its CRM and ERP solutions into a single cloud-based bundle called Microsoft Dynamics 365. The announcement raised many questions among users about whether it will replace current Microsoft products and how users can implement these solutions.

One thing is clear, though – Dynamics 365 enables employees to work from anywhere at any time through their mobile devices, and Microsoft believes this will be a game changer for its customers. Read on to learn more about Dynamics 365 and mobility.

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