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  • Blog Post: Powerful, new omni-channel retail capabilities – get started today!

    Microsoft Dynamics for Retail empowers retailers of all sizes around the world to be dynamic - delivering a complete shopping experience with a seamless and differentiating solution that is more modern, more mobile, and more global. End-to-end capabilities from point of sale (POS), store operations,...
  • Blog Post: Human Capital Management – Even better with the latest release of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

    Does your organization want to deliver amazing customer experiences and engage with customers on their terms? At the heart of every successful business are the people who make those things happen. Because Human Resources (HR) plays a critical role in keeping employees happy, we've added several valuable...
  • Blog Post: Official Dynamics AX 2012 R2 Content (update) - Where is it, and how can you find out about updates?

    Hi everyone, Margo Crandall from the documentation team here. We've recently posted more content to support Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2, so we wanted to update this blog post as well. We've announced the sections of content that have been updated on the AXSupport blog , so refer there for specific...
  • Blog Post: Processing U.S. Payroll with Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2

    In case you’ve been wondering, or exploring, what options are available to help you run U.S. payroll, we are introducing a new payroll solution in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2. The upcoming MS Dynamics AX 2012 R2 release includes new capabilities to help organizations manage their talent globally...
  • Blog Post: Better Together–the power of Microsoft SQL Server 2012 and Microsoft Dynamics

    At Microsoft Dynamics our vision is to help companies transform into dynamic businesses by impassioning and equipping the individuals in their organizations. SQL Server is helping us deliver on that promise. When combining Microsoft Dynamics business applications with the new release of SQL Server, we...
  • Blog Post: Improving agility for your retail operations

    Over the past two years, I've talked to many retail customers who've directly benefitted from the innovation we’ve brought to this market since the first introduction of MS Dynamics AX 2009 for Retail in August 2010. When we introduced our Retail solution we found that most solution in market still...
  • Blog Post: Financial Reporting for MS Dynamics AX2012

    With Management Reporter, you can create boardroom-quality reports without IT assistance; use enhanced XBRL capabilities to get updated instance documents by simply changing a date; and take advantage of secure report distribution and storage through the centralized Report Library. Management Reporter...
  • Blog Post: Connecting Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 with Microsoft Dynamics CRM

    With the general availability for MS Dynamics AX2012 in August, we’ve also released an update of the Connector for MS Dynamics AX2012 and MS Dynamics CRM. Connector for Microsoft Dynamics helps customers who are using Dynamics CRM (either online or on-premise) integrate it with their Dynamics ERP...
  • Blog Post: ERP’s Next Top Model: Organizational Modeling in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

    You’re probably familiar with our “Get What Fits” campaign, which talks about how Microsoft Dynamics CRM works the way your business does, rather than forcing you to adapt your processes to the constraints of the software. The same is also true in the ERP world, where deploying software...
  • Blog Post: Automate, Standardize, and Thrive: Workflow in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

    Business processes provide the foundation on which work gets done within organizations. Business management software can provide significant value when it can help the business execute on these processes more efficiently and effectively. We introduced workflow support in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009...
  • Blog Post: Simplicity: Powerful New Administrator Tools in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

    By now, you’ve certainly heard the phrase “Powerfully Simple” used to describe Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. Well, it’s not just a tag line. We’ve worked very hard to simplify Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 for all of the people who interact with the system: developers, implementation...
  • Blog Post: Securing Peace of Mind: the Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Security Model

    Our customers consistently comment that protecting their business data—for privacy, compliance, and corporate security reasons—is one of their top concerns. In Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012, we’re looking to provide our customers with greater peace of mind by enhancing control over both...
  • Blog Post: Break from Your Regularly Scheduled Programming – Programmability Improvements in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

    Our customers tell us that no enterprise resource planning (ERP) system ever gets implemented as-is, out-of-the-box, as the product ships. No matter how rich the features are, there is always a need for functionality that is unique to a particular business or process. Every customer modifies the program—either...
  • Blog Post: Built for Speed: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Boosts Performance by Up to 20 Times

    In the world of enterprise resource planning (ERP), faster is better and size definitely matters. In Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012, we’ve made dramatic improvements to both speed and scale: functions run up to 20 times faster, and the system supports cutting-edge multiple-processor configurations...
  • Blog Post: Sharing Business Information the Easy Way: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Enterprise Portal

    Too often, organizations make business data and business applications available only to back-office workers. By limiting access in this way, they miss out on the benefits of providing everyone in the company with real-time information and the ability to make informed decisions quickly enough to keep...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server Reporting Services, the new Reporting Framework for MS Dynamics AX 2012

    One of the most notable changes we’ve made “under the hood” in this release of Microsoft Dynamics AX is that we’ve migrated the reporting framework from the X++ reporting framework to Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services. Although the basic reporting capabilities of Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Less Time, More Value—the Promise of Microsoft Dynamics ERP RapidStart Services

    We’ve all heard the horror stories - ERP implementations are difficult, they take forever and are rife with errors. Could there be a light at the end of this tunnel? There is! And that light is coming through the cloud. It has been no secret that in designing our upcoming release of Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: At Your Service: Microsoft Dynamics AX2012 Integration and Web Services

    Standards-based web services are undoubtedly the programming model with the widest possible reach across platform boundaries. In Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012, we have greatly emphasized the role of services, both in integration with other line-of-business applications and as a programming model to expose...
  • Blog Post: Welcome to Visual Studio and .NET developer community

    The introduction of Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for Microsoft Dynamics AX creates a huge opportunity for developers, including traditional Microsoft Dynamics AX developers who will realize the benefits of working with the Visual Studio IDE, as well as the millions of Microsoft .NET developers who have...
  • Blog Post: Enabling Agility through Unified Natural Models

    In January we started talking about 'Unified Natural Models' as part of the Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 architecture. As with the previous post , I would like to explain this concept in more detail describing ‘natural models’ and how they benefit our customers. The heart of Microsoft Dynamics...
  • Blog Post: The Benefits of a Model Driven Layered Architecture

    The previous post introduced some key architectural advances that turn Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 into a new generation of ERP that delivers new level of capabilities, unmatched agility and a compelling and empowering user experience. In this post I would like to spend a bit more time on the customer...
  • Blog Post: Engineering the future, our next milestone…

    2 weeks ago @ the Microsoft Dynamics AX Technical Conference 2011 in Redmond, we reached an important milestone, as we disclosed more details on our next major release, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 (previously code-named Microsoft Dynamics AX '6') to our technical community.  I believe this release...
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