In September 2009 we announced the acceleration of our industry strategy for Microsoft Dynamics AX with completing 4 acquisitions across the process manufacturing, professional services and retail industries, on top of an already strong product capability for discrete manufacturing and wholesale/distribution. These acquisitions were an important step for us to provide common industry functionality as part of our ERP offering.
Today we announced the General Availability of the new solution retail, Microsoft Dynamics AX for Retail, which was announced in September. In this blog post on The Edge, Michael Griffiths does a good job explaining some of the key customer pain points that this solution addresses and how this new solution fits in the overall Retail strategy within Microsoft.
To provide some background on our industry strategy for Dynamics AX; for us, an important focus with this strategy is to engineer “business process integrity” out-of-the-box for the key business process in our focus industries within one ERP architecture, this I believe has several benefits:
I hope this helps provide some additional perspective to understand our industry strategy for MS Dynamics AX. More specific information on our new Retail solution can be found here: http://www.microsoft.com/dynamics/en/us/products/ax-retail.aspx
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