In this blog, we’ve taken a look at five elements of Microsoft’s latest ERP release that will drive users to greater business success.
Office Ready, Mobile Friendly
With a user interface inspired by the traditional Office layout that we all know and love and including Cortana integration, there will be opportunity to search into the New Microsoft Dynamics AX for any information you need. This familiar UI is responsive on mobile and tablet devices, allowing the whole business to utilise the solution on the go.
Become an Intelligent Business
With Microsoft’s flagship analytics solution, Power BI native to the New Microsoft Dynamics AX, users will have greater analytical capability than before. With Power BI, there will be no need to import and export Excel files to analyse data; all functionality is housed in the New Microsoft Dynamics AX. This enables real-time analysis of your most critical processes and workloads for accessible business insight.
One Stop for All Your Business Needs
Following on from the inclusion of Power BI, the New Microsoft Dynamics AX is fully integrateable with Microsoft’s wider enterprise solution stack, including Office 365 and Skype for Business. This enables users to focus their time on actioning ERP insights, rather than struggling to share and act on reports. A simplified, insight led way of working will help users to enhance productivity.
Real Cloud Functionality
Built on the Azure platform, the New Microsoft Dynamics AX was developed host ready. This means a better mobile experience and rapid solution implementation; straight into the Microsoft cloud.
Power to the Partner
No two businesses are the same, so neither are their ERP requirements. With empowered Lifecycle Services (LCS), deployment Partners such as HSO can manage projects from start to finish, delivering predictably timed deployments and the addition of comprehensive support services at every step of the project.