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Should I Upgrade to SQL 2012? Microsoft recently released the latest version of SQL Server (“Denali”) 2012. With every new SQL Server release, hundreds of new features and improvements are added, and this is a major one! Enhancements can be found throughout the product, across all components including the Database Engine, Analysis Service, SSIS, Reporting and Master Data Services. Like previous releases, SQL 2012 brings along faster performance, great availability, improved data exploration, more consistent data, and optimized productivity.
Felipe Girado de Axxon Consulting es el ejecutivo en el mundo Microsoft Dynamics más influyente de 2012 en Sudamérica El  director comercial de Axxon Consulting continúa liderando el ranking de  personas más influyentes del mundo Microsoft Dynamics.  Ocupa el puesto Nro1 en el Top 10 de Sudamérica y el Nro. 25 en el Top 100 del Ranking del mundo.  …

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No longer do you need to spend 6 digits for a Business Intelligence solution that can report, budget, analyze, and graphically represent your ERP data live and from a data warehouse.  For many businesses there are more than one business system and related databases that require consolidated reporting, budgeting, analysis and graphical representation. No longer do …

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Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 makes the organizational structure easier to manage with new organizational modeling capabilities. The new model in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 supports more complex business hierarchies and greater customization of details to better reflect the business structure. Sharing data between organizations is also easier and more secure. Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 offers …

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When defining your enterprise resource planning (ERP) requirements, make business intelligence (BI) a top priority. You could deploy the most robust ERP solution in terms of data collection, but if you haven’t factored in sufficient business intelligence capabilities, the data your ERP captures will not be very valuable or useful. It’s one thing to collect …

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