Video: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 – An Inside Look

Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 – An Inside Look

Don Fornes, CEO of our partner Software Advice, interviewed Microsoft’s Director of ERP Marketing, Guy Weismantel, about the latest updates to the Microsoft Dynamics ERP product line. Over the next two weeks, we are publishing 7 videos, each centered on one question about the Microsoft Dynamics ERP offerings.

They discuss amongst other things, the more than 1200 new features that are being incorporated into the new product. He makes an interesting point about the fact that many companies are around the tenth or eleventh year of use on their current ERP systems and so they are targeting these clients looking to get off of their legacy (Y2k) systems.

Additionally, they are looking into the Business Intelligence area with the new release. They are also enhancing the solution with several acquisition products. It should be a very exciting product when it is released at their user conference Convergence, later this year.

This is the first of a series of 7 videos that we will be posting.

Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 – Video 1

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Chris Shaul

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One thought on “Video: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 – An Inside Look”

  1. Thank You for posting this. Previously i was working with SAP only and always wondered how the dynamics ax works. It was very helpful :)The interview is very pertinent and gives a lot of information a new look on a problem.

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