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Monday, November 22, 2010

A Case study for the value of upgrading

Last week, I wrote on my guest column for the Microsoft Dynamics Community site, about the value of upgrading. That post can be found here.: The Value of Upgrading

Well not to long after doing that, a brand new case study from Microsoft, featuring Oldcastle was released that specifically targets and show ROI for staying current and upgrading.

A direct link to that online case study can be found here.: Oldcastle Precast - Manufacturer Keeps Current With ERP Software and Realizes Sustained Value

They go as far as showing even staying current on the latest major release, as it happens, vs. skipping a major version does for their bottom line.



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With those kinds of results, and known ROI as being shown for staying current, it's easy to see why it's so important to have upgrades and planning for upgrades help maximize your ROI for making the choice of Microsoft Dynamics AX.

This is perfect timing for the article I wrote, and the case study shows the value of upgrading, and benefit for staying current.

Thanks Oldcastle, Microsoft and Fee Nolan for posting this! That's all for now, but check back soon as more to come!

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