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Workflow Engine for Microsoft Dynamics AX’s HR module

A visitor to one of my earlier blogs, “Human Resources and ERP are a Powerful Combination” emailed me a question about the workflow engine for Microsoft Dynamics AX's HR module. Specifically he asked, "we have found the AX Workflow engine is not extended into the HR module (like it is for other modules) and our prospect wants to […]

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Travel Won’t Go Away, but Expense Management Keeps Getting Easier Thanks to Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

Despite the incredible amount of communication tools like Live Meeting and Office Communicator, business travel is not going away.  Nobody would disagree with me on this prediction. Lately I have been thinking a lot about business travel.  This is not because I have been traveling a lot; on the contrary, I personally have traveled less […]

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Human Resources and ERP are a Powerful Combination

Microsoft Dynamics AX has traditionally been viewed as a solution for financials, manufacturing, supply chain, and distribution.  From my perspective, and I think many of my colleagues would agree, this has traditionally been a fair assessment.  Indeed, in the first 8 years I worked with Dynamics AX, I spent my time almost exclusively in those […]

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Product Flexibility in Microsoft Dynamics AX Impresses, Provides Opportunity

Having worked with Microsoft Dynamics AX for 10 years, I continue to be impressed with the advancements that Microsoft has made with the product since acquiring the software from Navision in the summer of 2002.  Now, 10 years later, Microsoft has continued to build on the core strengths of the ERP in the financial, logistics, […]

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Microsoft Dynamics AX Activity Reaffirms Positive News on the Economy

Last month, when I read an article reporting on the results from the winter 2012 RSM Manufacturing and Distribution Monitor, I shouldn’t have been surprised at all of the positive news that the article included.  The article speaks about the positive growth and optimism that mid-market manufacturing companies’ executives have towards the results coming the […]

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It’s Great to be Back with Microsoft Dynamics AX

Making the decision to join RSM at the end of this summer was surprisingly easy for me.  Not only was I presented with an opportunity to join an organization with a great reputation, client-base, workforce, and future, but I also was able to return to working with Microsoft Dynamics AX. Earlier in my career I had […]

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Microsoft Dynamics AX is Powerful, Agile, Simple

This month Microsoft publicly launched its most comprehensive release of Dynamics AX, version AX 2012. The solution has over 1000 new features and enhancements and is now positioned as an “enterprise class” solution. Microsoft describes this new release to the market as Powerful, Agile, and Simple. It seems that the solution will have to go […]

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Manufacturing and Distribution Survey Reports Sectors Are Thriving and Growing

RSM Manufacturing & Distribution Monitor - Spring 2011 Edition uncovered some good news about the sectors, calling the Industrial Machinery and Equipment and Transportation Equipment sectors “thriving and growing.” The Monitor indicated that these sectors have seen growth in sales, both domestically as well as globally, indicating that they plan on increasing their workforce as well as introducing new products over […]

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Obama Calls on Companies for Innovation

The topic of Innovation has been a hot topic in the news lately with President Barack Obama touring the US visiting companies like Intel and Facebook. The President in his State of the Union speech in late January said: “We know what it takes to compete for the jobs and industries of our time.  We […]

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