If you're using Microsoft Dynamics AX, an upgrade to Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain is likely in your future. With the added features of Dynamics 365, all businesses can now easily take advantage of insights and technologies to become more efficient and reduce manual processes. Not only can you leverage all the robust features coming out in the latest releases, and modern cloud security, but Microsoft support for Dynamics AX is ending soon which could factor into your timeline of when to make the move. To learn more, check out these Dynamics AX upgrade resources we've curated:
The COVID-19 global pandemic reshaped the way people and businesses function and interact. Technology was at the forefront of many changes and innovations that empowered businesses to stay up and running even as employees moved to remote work and physical office locations shut down. In this article, we highlight the top 10 most impactful advances made in 2020 related to Microsoft Business Technology. To learn more about the 10 most impactful advances in Microsoft Business Technology 2020, click here.
The Wave 1 2021 Release of Dynamics 365 Finance & Supply Chain is full of new features and functionality that bring in intelligence and automation for users across the entire platform. This blog outlines some of the more exciting additions that are being added to the solution and provides some insights into how they will impact your organization. Click here to learn more.
You’ve spent a significant amount of money, time, and resources on Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3. It’s vitally important to protect your investment in this business-critical ERP system. With mainstream support ending for AX 2012 R3 this October 2021, most of these benefits will expire, leading many customers to consider the future of their ERP. Click here to learn more about planning for Dynamics AX 2012 R3 mainstream support.
Upgrading from Dynamics AX to Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain Management is a looming (and exciting) reality for all businesses utilizing AX today. Mainstream support for even the most recent version of AX (2012 R3) is ending in 2021. Upgrading isn’t a simple process, but it will be well worth it, in the end, thanks to our four steps: the new features and functionality, modern user experience, integrated business operations, and enhanced business intelligence. Click here to learn the four steps to upgrade from Dynamics AX to Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain Management.
With Dynamics 365, all businesses can now easily take advantage of the benefits of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence and use those insights and technologies to change the business landscape, become more efficient, and reduce manual processes. Machine Learning utilizes past data to accurately predict the future. This ability can benefit every department in your organization. Imagine what Machine Learning could do for you. Click here to learn more about machine learning and artificial intelligence in Dynamics 365.
Mainstream support for Dynamics AX is nearly its final end date and current AX users should start planning their transition from AX to Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations. Each version of Dynamics AX is supported by Microsoft for five years in “mainstream support” and then an additional five in “extended support”. During the mainstream time frame, the support team at Microsoft releases updates and added features to the product. Once a product enters extended support, no further developments or improvements are made outside of security-related updates. Click here to learn more about mainstream support for Dynamics AX ending 2021.
There are different advantages in the total cost of ownership between on-premise software versus cloud-hosted. During this webinar, we’ll highlight how the cloud software pricing structure differs from traditional ERP software costs and where you can expect to save and spend money.
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