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Is Digital Transformation the End for ERP?

For many years, ERP has been the glue that has connected business processes within a company and supported business process extension to external users. In recent years, ERP’s hegemony as the “system-to-bind-them-all” has come under pressure and digital transformation seems … Continue reading

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Integration With Dynamics 365

In recent weeks I have been in a number of discussions on how to support various integration scenarios through Dynamics 365 Operations (formerly known as Dynamics AX and hereafter referred to as D365O). Let’s be clear from the outset, I … Continue reading

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ERP – What is the Right Approach?

One of the key questions asked at the beginning of every ERP project I have taken part in is: HOW SHALL WE GO ABOUT IT? Since ERP (or MRP) implementations have been around at least since the early ’70s (and probably before) you … Continue reading

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Cloud ERP… Is It the Future?

In recent years, a lot has been said and written about “The Cloud” and why we all need it. Obviously, we all use “The Cloud” in our daily lives through our smartphones (e.g. Garmin Connect, Apple iCloud Photostream etc.) or through Microsoft … Continue reading

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Dynamics AX Workspaces

With the new version of Microsoft Dynamics AX (previously known as AX7), Microsoft has introduced the concept of a Workspace, which replaces the Role Centre known from previous versions of Dynamics AX. In my experience, the Role Centre never caught … Continue reading

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2014 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 11,000 times in 2014. If it were a … Continue reading

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Dynamics AX on iPad

On an interesting note: Having deployed Dynamics AX 2012 R3 through Azure, I managed to connect to the server and use the Dynamics AX client on my iPad. To do this I used the Remote Desktop client for iPad. Actually, … Continue reading

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