If you are using AX 2009, start considering an upgrade today!
Mainstream support for AX 2009 will end in October 2018. You may have a system working for you right now, but what if it fails you in the near future as it is old and outdated. Don’t wait until it is too late.
You may be creating costly problems and cause even greater complications for your business in the long run.
Let us know if you would like to investigate your options.
Moving on from AX 2009 will require some groundwork to be done first. We need to review what system you have in place, what customisations need to be moved over (if possible) as well as assessing what the next best steps will be for your business.
If there are customisations that need to be done within Dynamics 365, development may be required as there is no upgrade tool available for AX 2009 to Dynamics 365.
There are however migration tools available to support the process although we will have to first investigate the different options and together with you decide on the best way forward.
Contact us on email@example.com so we can review what is required for your business.
The benefits of upgrading from
AX2009 to AX2012:
- Greater business intelligence
- Advanced warehouse management
- Transportation management
- Demand forecasting
- Greater flexibility
- More industry related functionalities for manufacturing, retail, public sector and professional services
AX as we know it
AX has gone through many changes since AX 2009 with many extended features, new capabilities and enhanced functionalities and has yet again gone through a big transition in 2016.
Traditional AX as we know it now has a lot more to offer and falls under the Dynamics 365 product suite. Dynamics 365 is the next generation cloud service launched by Microsoft and brings together CRM and ERP functionalities, making available a host of integrated business modules.
Key reasons to make the transition to Dynamics 365
Eliminate hardware upgrade costs by moving to the cloud
Long term solution
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