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How to Migrate Data to Business Central During Your Upgrade Transition

SMB companies are steadily embracing the digital transformation and are looking to Dynamics 365 Business Central to serve as the core of their business management technology solution. During the 2019 Directions conference, Brian Meier and Jennifer Ranz from Microsoft presented on data migration options to get businesses up and running on Business Central.   No […]

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Getting Started with Dynamics 365: 7 Steps

Depending on your perspective, implementing new business software can be exciting, frustrating or a little bit of both. One of the tasks that can often be hardest, is getting everyone moved over to a new system. But, it doesn’t have to be. I’m going to give you an overview of the seven steps you need […]

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Dynamics 365 Roadmap, Readiness and License Renewal – What You Need to Know

There’s been a lot of buzz surrounding Dynamics AX, Dynamics 365, and Dynamics CRM.  At Stoneridge Software, we've been inundated with questions from clients who already have Dynamics AX and are looking to get answers on what upgrade paths look like and what options are available for them with the release of the new products. […]

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Dynamics 365 FAQs—Everything you Need to Know About Microsoft’s Newest ERP

Since Microsoft first introduced Dynamics 365 at the tail end of 2016, there’s been a great deal of confusion surrounding the product and what it means for current and potential Dynamics customers. So, we thought it might be helpful to our readers if we took a few minutes to answer some of the most common […]

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With Dynamics 365 for Operations, Migrating to the new AX is a Breeze

From faster response times to higher quality products, exceptional customer service to streamlined operations – there is constant pressure on manufacturers to continuously drive innovation in order to maintain a competitive advantage. If you’re already a Microsoft Dynamics AX user, you’re probably already using your ERP system to achieve all these goals, but the new […]

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