Microsoft Dynamics Eyes A New Level

Microsoft Dynamics' new AX 2012 platform offers a number of key features and updates that the company feels with make it more flexible in matching the needs of the manufacturing and distribution industries.

Microsoft Dynamics' new AX 2012 platform offers a number of key features and updates that the company feels with make it more flexible in matching the needs of the manufacturing and distribution industries. SomeMicrosoft of these features include:

  • A central task pane that helps users quickly set priorities.
  • More advanced embedded business intelligence capabilities that make Microsoft SQL Server the default data management system throughout the application. This helps unify business data into a central system so companies can more easily spot trends that could lead to new investments or other changes.
  • RoleTailored enhancements, which include new role centers and ad-hoc, self-service business intelligence and reporting, as well as interoperability with other Microsoft technologies. 
  • Bi-directional integration with Microsoft Office 2010, and Enterprise Search functionality through connection with Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Business Connectivity Services. 
  • Collaboration tools such as Microsoft Lync 2010 also enable companies to collaborate more easily with peers, customers, suppliers and partners.
  • Can support business systems in 38 countries, including multiple currencies, time zones and languages, as well as compliance with multiple banking and reporting standards and legislative codes.
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