Creating a System of Engagement with Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012
I hope everyone is doing well today, and your off to a great week so far! I wanted to point out I just posted my latest Microsoft Dynamics Community Article.: Creating a System of Engagement with Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012
From the post.: "[T]o enable Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 to truly become a System of Engagement the focus has to be placed on Workload and Role modeling as part of the implementation. Doing this, with an understanding that the end result is just not a new transactional system at go live - but more than that, the end result is to truly create an engaging, role based user experience - that makes use of all the technologies, and points I have mentioned in this post and more! In short, to create a system of engagement, that has to be the goal on the onset of a project. It has to be the focus of what is trying to be achieved."
I believe it's time we start thinking in terms of Microsoft Dynamics AX projects, as well more than new system of records, or transactional systems. The product is prime now, and ready for such a focus, now it's up to the Ecosystem to embrace the line of thinking and move forward . Some already have, others I've seen - not so much. As I stated in the post, I plan on continuing to build out this concept with a focus on real world examples. These include what we are already focusing on in the current post I've been doing here - as well as other community efforts from my fellow peers.
That's all I have time for today, but check back soon as more to come! Till next time!