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AX 2012 R3 Check Reuse Functionality

Enabling the Check Reuse Functionality in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3 When printing checks, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3. allows you to use the same check number if a check needs to be reprinted. This can be of great importance if there is a pre-printed check number on your check stock. The check stock may […]

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Microsoft Dynamics AX: Fiscal Period Error Received

One of the features of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 allows users the ability to set up different calendars for different purposes which makes AX very flexible. When companies are using multiple calendars, one common issue that occurs is users overlook the maintenance of the calendars that are not connected with the ledger. A good example […]

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Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012: Approval Options for Journal Entries

Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3 provides two approval options for journal entries. This blog explains the difference between the approval methods and the benefits and drawbacks of using each. Approval group Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 uses the concept of user groups throughout the system. User groups can be set up in the System administration module […]

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Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Report Deployment

Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 relies on Microsoft SQL Reporting Services to provide reporting capabilities to AX users. Here are a couple of tricks and tips that I have learned over the years and for which I could not find any reference online. Maybe there is some documentation out there, what it was hard for me […]

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Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Tables Overview

Dynamics AX’s application object tree (AOT) is a container that stores most of the objects that Dynamics AX uses to provided its functionality. The Data Dictionary folder in the AOT contains the Tables folder.  Tables are the main way to store data in Dynamics AX. AX’s AOT Data Dictionary folder  AX tables are similar to […]

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Dynamics AX Infrastructure – Cloud or Not To Cloud That Is the Question?

Companies implementing  Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 ERP solution often ask Tridea Partners whether they should use a cloud provider to host their application.  The decision to use the cloud or an on-premise solution for your AX 2012 infrastructure depends on many factors.  In this blog we consider some of the high level factors that will […]

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What’s the Sizzle That Differentiates Dynamics AX from Competitors?

Aside from great industry functionality that sets the product apart from the competition, there are several features in Dynamics AX 2012 which show particularly well and add some “sizzle” to the demonstration. Below are some of the highlights to demo when showcasing AX2012. Task Recorder – One of the coolest features in Dynamics AX 2012 […]

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Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 for Public Sector Organizations Effectively Manages Public Finances

The need for software that enables government organizations to be proactive and effectively shift with the changing political forces and consumer trends is clear. Because of policy shifts, new technology and increased citizen expectations, there needs to be quick and easy access to financial information, budgets and regulations. Additionally there are operational factors in place […]

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Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 to Reach Public December 1st

In late October the Microsoft Dynamics team announced that Dynamics AX 2012 would become available to the general public on December 1st. The product will be available in 36 countries. The Dynamics team believes that the new release is part of an ongoing strategy to improve collaboration and agility for businesses. Using Dynamics, businesses can […]

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VIDEO: The Triumph of Speed in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

When it comes to ERP products, there are many categories of comparison. Time and again, Microsoft Dynamics AX has excelled in the quality and execution of its interface, usability, and depth of features. With Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012, you can add speed and performance to its list of triumphs. To demonstrate some of the speed and performance […]

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