During the event, we will show our new solutions that will help you better engage with your customers.
Join the CFO of Kathmandu, the CIO of Ashley Furniture and the IT director of Kent Corporation as they discuss their “reimagined customer experience” and the success they’re achieving with Microsoft Dynamics AX. We’ll share a “digital view” of a dynamic business solution (Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3) that helps you engage with your customers on their terms, run dynamics operations and expand rapidly to better serve your customers.
Now is the time to transform your company into a dynamic business that delivers amazing customer experiences!
Date: April 10, 2014 Time(s):
Fully updated for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3!
Dig into the architecture and internals of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3 - with firsthand insights from the team that designed and developed it. Deepen your knowledge of the underlying frameworks, components, and tools - and deliver custom ERP applications with the extensibility and performance your business needs. Useful for Microsoft Dynamics AX solution developers at all levels, this guide will provide max benefit to those who understand OOP, relational database, and Transact-SQL concepts.
And this time it comes with a picture of a tool on the cover that I’ve actually used before – but I must admit (so far) never in a work related situation!
Today is a big day for the engineering teams at Microsoft working on R3. We are reaching the important ZBB milestone. ZBB is one of the final internal checkpoints before releasing. It signals that there are zero active product defects known and planned for the release. Reaching ZBB is by no means an easy win. It requires maintaining a bug fix rate higher than the bug discovery rate for a lengthy period of time. It also requires significant coordination and team collaboration to have all teams reach this criteria at the same time.
One part of reaching ZBB is to have zero best practice errors across the entire code base. I’m happy to announce that R3 will ship with zero best practice errors despite the significant increase in code base.
Once again; I’m awestruck by the energy, effort, diligence and dedication demonstrated by the Microsoft Dynamics teams to bring this important release to market.
More to follow, as the release draws nearer…