How often do you come across stories on ERP implementation failures?
If your answer is – ‘very often’, then this blog is for you!
When we think of an ERP implementation the first thing that comes to our mind is the ‘costs’; the hundreds of hours and thousands of dollars that went down the drain and the lost momentum.
“We’re very excited to have completed our initial rollout of Microsoft Dynamics AX” - Director of Information Technology.
SAGlobal, the leading global provider of Microsoft Dynamics AX ERPsolutions for project-driven organizations, worked with this firm, a Top 10 preclinical Contract Research Organization (CRO) with offices in the United States and Europe, to deploy Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 as the company’s new global ERP software system.
One of the most interesting new features of Dynamics AX 2012 r2, and one which was crucially missing in previous versions, is the ability to import then automatically reconcile bank statements.
Bank Reconciliation, when done manually, can be an extremely long and tedious process. Some studies show that automating this process can reduce time spent on it by 70%.So, when you do the math, the return on investment can be very quick !
When we look back at the years spent on improving technology, we come to understand that right from the beginning the major focus/primary reason for this technological progression; was to find various mediums to ‘store’ data.
As we move towards becoming an ‘interconnected world’ , the apprehensions on how secure the stored data is, does one get the flexibility in accessing data from anywhere , anytime at an economic cost? – well.. we do have answers to all these with ‘Cloud’ solution
Here’s the final post in the video series - Part 6 of Joel’s AX 2012 blog. In this video, Joel shows us how to create validations in Project setups which makes it easier for employees to fill in timesheets by having only relevant project information presented to them.