IS365DynamicsIntroduction

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Slide 1 Introduction to Microsoft  Dynamics
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Slide 2 Introduction n It’s Microsoft’s entry into the ERP space
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Slide 3 Flavors n GP (The old Great Plains Software) n NAV (The old Navision) n It’s big in Europe n AX (It’s their latest and greatest)
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Slide 4 Dynamics AX (1) n Supports business requirements in 36  countries n Multiple currencies, time zones, and languages n Compliance with banking and reporting  standards n Role tailored user experiences n Integrates well with established Office  applications n Outlooks, Excel, … n Familiar “ribbon” interface
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Slide 5 Dynamics AX (2) n BI is embedded into the product
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This note was uploaded on 01/04/2012 for the course IS 365 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at Nevada State College.

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