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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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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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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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