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Tuesday, January 19, 2010

MSDW: Behind the Latest Microsoft Dynamics AX Statement of Direction

Over at MSDynamicsworld.com, Arijit Basu, has posted a very good article about the recent Microsoft Dynamics AX Statement of Direction, or SOD.

I talked about this myself, in a post from Dec., talking about Microsoft's Next Wave of releases.: Microsoft's next wave of releases

Arijit cover in detail, and puts good meaning into what the thinking behind the SOD means. This helps, then shape for us how to read and therefore how to apply for planning, the Dynamics AX SOD.

The direct link to Arijit's post on MSDynamicsWorld.com, can be found here.:
MSDW: Behind the Latest Microsoft Dynamics AX Statement of Direction: Insights Into Strategy, Support, and Commitment



From the article.:
"In any ERP selection, apart from product functionality and technical capabilities customers need to be able to plan for the future development--thus, they need to know about the product strategy, support roadmap, environmental interoperability flexibilities and commitment from the product vendor."

And...
"The Product Vision is organized according to three key elements that are the R&D focus areas in the current and future releases on AX. These are people, process, and technology. ...The AX SOD provides us an overview from these three key perspectives on the future of ‘Dynamics AX'"

The is a very good article, and I would like to thank Arijit for taking the time to post this. It's most helpful, and I believe shows Microsoft focus and drive for Dynamics AX now, and through the next decade.

That's all for now, but check back soon as more to come!




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