Author Archives: Henrik Marx Larsen

About Henrik Marx Larsen

I have worked with Microsoft Dynamics AX / 365 for Finance and Operations since 1997. I started out as a developer and progressed through multiple roles to become a Principal Architect. I have worked in a number of industries including manufacturing, distribution, professional services and retail. I am passionate about Microsoft technologies and ERP in particular.

The Last Suit You’ll ever Wear…

Is cloud-based ERP “the last suit a company will ever wear”? I do not think so. Do you? Continue reading

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Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations Inventory Cost Model, Part 1: Core Concepts

The inventory cost model in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations is a mystery to many. This series explores some core concepts and best practices. Continue reading

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Dispelling a few myths about Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations

In my conversations with clients, existing users of Dynamics AX and partners, I have come across a few myths (or statements, if you like) that I think are worth discussing. In this post, I have picked on a few of them and done my best to explain, what I believe to be the reality. Continue reading

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Creating a Personal Workspace in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations

Workspaces in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations are fab. This is a quick introduction to how you can create your own workspace. Continue reading

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My blog is now syndicated on the Dynamics 365 Enterprise edition community site

Dear Reader, I am very happy to announce that my blog is now also available on the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Enterprise edition community site. You can find it here: A practitioner’s views on Dynamics 365 for Operations and Finance You … Continue reading

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Dynamics 365 for Operations and Finance application sealing is the best thing…

I will start by being straight about where this blog post is heading: I LOVE EXTENSIONS AND THE FACT THAT THE APPLICATION IS BEING SEALED AND I BELIEVE THIS IS THE BEST THING THAT HAS HAPPENED TO THE DYNAMICS AX … Continue reading

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What’s in a cutover plan?

In the past I have seen a lot of ERP project plans with a single-line entry called “go-live”, “cutover” or “final migration”. As I have argued in a previous post, this phase includes the cutover activity, which must be planned carefully … Continue reading

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