14 Jan Dynamics AX 2016 Release is almost here | Microsoft leapfrogs competitors
The Microsoft Dynamics AX 2016 release is one of the most highly anticipated product releases the Dynamics community has seen in years. Now it’s almost here. This video shows some of the Tweets and other conversations around the Dynamics AX 2016 new version.
The above video focuses on the new cloud capabilities in the upcoming 2016 release of Dynamics AX, aka Dynamics AX7. You can learn more about turning your current version of Dynamics AX into a hybrid or fully cloud enabled solution on our Hosted Dynamics AX Cloud page.
“The ability for Microsoft and AX7 to support a hybrid cloud environment is really essential to meeting the real needs of customers,” said Josh Greenbaum, Principal Analyst with Enterprise Applications Consulting. “When you combine that with LCS, Lifecycle Services, and the Azure Cloud, the offering takes a competitive leapfrog ahead of anyone else in the industry.”
Learn more about the cost of going cloud with your current version of AX or other Dynamics products on this Microsoft SPLA Licensing and Pricing Page.
“What we see is a lot of investment in user interface and making it much more usable for end users, but also taking advantage of the broader suite of Microsoft capabilities.” Rebecca Wettemann, VP Research with Nucleus Research, about the Dynamics AX 2016 release.
Dynamics AX is Microsoft’s most powerful enterprise resource planning solution and is a favorite among large enterprises in industries like manufacturing, retail and life sciences. The upcoming release of the newest version has gone by many names over the past several months, including Dynamics AX Rainier, AX7 and now just Microsoft Dynamics AX.
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