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
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
Are you a Microsoft Dynamics AX user considering the move to Microsoft Dynamics 365? Then check out our new infographic: Top 10 Reasons to Move from AX to Dynamics 365.
This infographic explores 10 reasons why we think any company using Microsoft Dynamics AX should be considering a move to Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations in 2018.
Are you using Microsoft Dynamics AX and considering making the move to the cloud and Microsoft Dynamics 365? You probably already know this – but the best platform in the world is rendered useless if it is not implemented correctly and adopted by your employees.
But how do you know which partner to work with? How do you find the right mix of quality, price, and culture fit? How do you find the company that will help you get the most value from your investments?
ERP systems extend into nearly every aspect of a business, and the risk of business disruption related to the ERP system is one that most companies will avoid as long as possible. As a result, many companies delay upgrading their ERP systems longer than they should.
But these companies are ignoring the many opportunities that are available while running on newer releases of an ERP system.