User Group for Microsoft Dynamics 365 & AX

“Garbage In = Garbage Out” underscores the importance of quality information in a data management project.  Regardless of the size, scope or timelines of your project, accuracy should be the primary objective.  Tracking of data as it travels into and out of the Data Management Framework (DMF) in...
ERP is a multifaceted, cross-functional application that typically affects most if not all of a company.  An ERP implementation will also affect external organizations.  With such a widespread effect, getting management engaged is crucial to insuring success with an ERP implementation.
Here's a quick recommendation on what to include in your Project document in order to gain approval for your next upcoming project:
Defining scope depends on what you intend to accomplish with the project.  Clearly identifying scope will help set the expectation to management and project team members what to expect and what NOT to expect. 
There are several different ways to generate reports in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012, but before jumping into a deep dive on reporting, let’s define the basics of reporting in AX.
Getting your company trained for AX, begins with the implementation project.  Select project team members that understand the current business processes.  These people are your subject matter experts.  And ideally will become your trainers.  This model is called “train the trainer.”
As with any project, you should track your issues encountered during the life of the project.  Issues can range in size, priority, and timing.  I would even be so bold to say, that tracking issues (and the resolution) is more important than meeting minutes or status update sheets.
  If you are planning a Microsoft Dynamics 365 or Dynamics AX upgrade, here are the things you should prepare in advance to be successful:
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