When working with professional services organizations, we at SAGlobal are often part of the debate of whether or not a services organization is better off implementing a best-of-breed software application strategy, or pursuing an integrated ERP system. In a best-of-breed model, organizations implement separate “point solutions” to manage their various business functions, such as accounting, project management, CRM, and human resource management. In the integrated ERP model, an organization deploys a single integrated system that brings all of these business functions together into one system of record.
People always wonder what is a ledger settlement, why is this useful, how does one know if the ledger has been settled or not, what happens if the ledger is settled? I'd like to share what I have worked on, with respect to this functionality.
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Second in the Project setup series, this video explains how to setup a basic project.
Video courtesy: SAGlobal’s very own MVP, Joel Leichty. Find more of Joel blogs at - (dynamicsaxmanuals.com)
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Joel Leichty, Senior Consultant at SAGlobal and MVP, 2013; has come up with a series of six short videos to demonstrate specific aspects of AX 2012 for end users. In this blog, you can take a walk through the key setup steps required to create a ‘new Project’ in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.
A brand new feature in AX 2012R2; this functionality is used to achieve data isolation across businesses. In AX2012 there are several data articles that are shared between legal entities like -the party, products, locations, exchange rates, Chart of accounts etc. along with certain processes like Procurement and Centralised Payments.