Considering an Upgrade to Dynamics 365 Enterprise?
If you answer yes, then please review the reasons to upgrade and look at the feature comparisons to understand the big investment Microsoft has made in this release of the latest Dynamics AX: Dynamics 365 Enterprise for Finance and Operations. Dynamics 365 Enterprise gives businesses an exceptional customer focus. Through the power of the cloud, it is now easier than ever to seamlessly engage with customers and staff across all of their devices. Even extend the system by utilizing the out of the box mobile apps and creating your own mobile applications fast without developer assistance. The new Dynamics 365 Enterprise introduces a new, easy to use user interface, new functionality, amazing integrations with Excel and Power BI, and through Lifecycle Services, migrating and managing your implementation is easier than ever.
“Microsoft had Azure infrastructure and analytics services, Power BI for data visualization, Dynamics 365 for managing customer and field data, and Office 365 for productivity. It had everything we needed in one cloud.” David Szweda, Vice President of Service Operations at Evoqua Water Technologies
Clients First is recommending our Dynamics AX 2009 legacy customers customers to make the upgrade to Dynamics 365 Enterprise.
With the addition of a full featured warehouse management solution (AX 2012 R3 release), the ability to create and add your own mobile applications, SaaS or On – Premise deployment options should give decision makers pause. If you haven’t looked at Dynamics AX lately, then look again at Dynamics 365 Enterprise!
Transitioning from GP, NAV and SL can be very cost effective since you can utilize your investment credit towards the new solution. Rest assured we have the credentials and the team to help your business.
Reasons to Switch to Dynamics 365 Enterprise
Your accounting software’s older than your job applicants. If you have fond memories of Y2K-proofing your current accounting system, it’s clearly past its prime. Today’s digital native workforce expects technology to support how they want to work, not limit their productivity.
You are losing sales to competitors with inferior products. It doesn’t matter if you’re the best of the best—if you can’t provide visibility into available stock, account information, or self-service options, customer service and sales will falter.
You spend more time hunting for information than you do planning for ways to grow your business. If innovation and strategic planning are taking a back seat to endless cycles of digging for details buried in disconnected applications, it’s time for your technology to step up.
Your ordering process still requires a telephone or fax machine, and you just can’t keep up with demand. Outdated technology can’t scale to meet the growth rate of today’s businesses, and customers that don’t get served quickly (or can’t serve themselves easily) usually don’t come back.
You would rather take your chances with a pit full of rattlesnakes than your impending audit. If you do not have an audit trail, or workflows in place to protect your assets and keep you compliant with industry regulations, your company could be at risk.
Every news report on a data breach fills you with anxiety. You lose sleep worrying about malware, back-ups, security breaches, and fraud. The idea of your sales team’s laptops and devices getting stolen fills you with dread that critical business data may be compromised or forever lost.
You’re “pretty sure” that you might have that product “somewhere” in your warehouse. Can your system tell you what is in stock, what is on order, and what is allocated to a customer? If your software doesn’t easily provide this information, it’s time to upgrade.
The high and lows of your cash flow cycles make you wonder if a Magic 8 Ball might be a better way to manage your financials. Without an accurate, comprehensive view of where you’re spending and earning, knowing when and where to cut costs is going to take more than luck.
You are doing more accounting outside of your accounting software than in it. One-off lists and manually updated spreadsheets that live outside your accounting system prevent a centralized, holistic view of your data. This stifles future growth by making it nearly impossible to make educated decisions about new product lines or locations.
You are green with envy when watching others run their businesses from a smartphone. When answering a customer’s question means having to first go into the office or call someone else to help, you’re losing credibility. You need true mobility to be able to respond to new opportunities and customer expectations.
Clients First Welcomes Your Business
If your business needs training, development, general support, system tune-up, etc. for Dynamics 365 Enterprise, Axapta or Dynamics AX please contact us to schedule a call with one of our Functional Consultants. We hate to brag, but we do know it all when it comes to Axapta and Dynamics AX. Call us at 800-331-8382 or email us at email@example.com.