Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3 has been released!
Posted on: May 7, 2014 | By: Jarrod Kraemer | Microsoft Dynamics AX/365
On May 1, 2014 the latest version of Microsoft Dynamics AX was released. Microsoft listened to your requests and focused on speed and agility resulting in a variety of new industry features as well as modern apps, lifecycle services, and cloud services. Warehouse and transportation management modules have been expanded extensively in order to ensure you are better connected than ever. The upgrade will provide your business the essential tools to adapt and deliver on your industry needs.
R3 has countless new features and capabilities, but we would like to highlight some of the more important and useful ones.
The upgraded modules allow your organization to be flexible when customers adjust their needs. These new systems are easily configurable to support the ever-changing business demand. The customer experience is more interactive than ever with seamless transitions between multiple platforms.
- Customers are provided with flexible options through the new and more agile business processes such as advanced picking strategies in the Warehouse management module.
- Modern apps and mobility allows advanced internal and external communication by utilizing the cloud and Microsoft Dynamics AX’s web services. Interactive customer experiences empower them to connect and communicate securely like never before.
- Lifecycle services facilities improved accuracy and monitoring during the implementation process. Environments can be developed that promote collaboration and transparency between partner and customer.
- Microsoft Azure enables you to create and manage your applications in the cloud, giving you added flexibility in your IT infrastructure.
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