With the introduction in Q1 2016 of the new Microsoft Dynamics AX, known now as Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations
, Microsoft’s flagship ERP system was re-built on and for the Microsoft Azure cloud platform. This move to the cloud has brought many questions from existing on-premise clients and prospective new clients that are interested in maintaining an on-premise deployment of the application. Microsoft previously committed to delivering an on-premise option by the end of calendar year 2017, but hadn’t provided a lot of details around how they would deliver this model. These details are now becoming a little clearer, and will be discussed in this blog.
With the looming introduction of Microsoft Dynamics 365 in autumn 2016, the technology world is now dissecting its potential effect.
For those, that are not aware, Dynamics 365 is the blend of Microsoft Dynamics CRM and the organization's ERP offerings into one available cloud package, streamlining and incorporating Microsoft's offerings for customers.