The next release of Microsoft’s most robust ERP solution, Dynamics AX 7, is only a few months away. Since Microsoft made the announcement in May customers have asked us if they should upgrade.
Did you know Apple released its first iPhone eight years ago? That’s right. It’s been less than a decade since you were limited to checking emails in the office, needed a street directory or GPS to find your way to meetings.
Let’s face it. Your organisation’s SharePoint environment contains sensitive corporate data. From employee personal details to confidential project plans, there’s plenty of information in SharePoint that you’d rather not share with unauthorised third parties.
It’s no secret that Australian businesses have adopted cloud computing. Gartner predicts our cloud services market will be worth $4.74 billion by 2016, while Forrester says 86% of Australian businesses have used cloud technologies for 12 months or longer.
A couple of months ago I wrote a blog foretelling “the end of the age of automation”. The other day I read an article in the paper about how an online accounting system (SaaS) vendor was jeopardising the livelihood of auditors and accountants.
Enterprise resource planning professionals were treated to a live preview of Microsoft Dynamics AX 7 at the 2015 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference. People have been licking their lips for more news.
When you think of a ball-and-chain, comical images of a prisoner in stripes trapped in a confined space manifest themselves in one’s mind. The ball and chain serves the purpose of holding back the convict, limiting their movement and stifling their progress. Sound familiar?
Every ERP and finance management system can spit out a trial balance at the drop of a hat. But there is a surprising gap that virtually every ERP and accounting system has missed.