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Don’t Marry Your AX Business Profitability with Your Resource Capacity

Strategies To Expand & Accelerate Your Dynamics AX Business

Does your Microsoft Dynamics AX business face the problem of: (1) Capacity constraints, lacking dedicated resources OR (2) Low efficiency and profitability on projects?

You are not alone. These problems are common among Microsoft Dynamics AX Partners and can severely impact your business.

Top 5 Microsoft Dynamics AX Upgrade/Re-implementation Myths

1. “Dynamics Partners Live to Upgrade & Re-implement”

Are you dreading the inevitable upgrade versus re-implementation discussion with your AX customers? You are not alone.  It is a common misnomer that all Microsoft Dynamics Partners love to resell services – such as through software upgrades and re-implementations.

The truth is, without dedicated upgrade or re-implementation resources, these projects can be a drain on your capacity and productivity.  Trying to execute these upgrade and re-implementation projects without upgrade tools, methodologies and experienced practitioners, these projects can end up being more costly than profitable.

How to set up AX 2012 R2 Order of Dimensions on Forms

With the release of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012, many features and functions have changed. One item that may cause a slight inconvenience for partners and customers is the change to the R2 order of dimensions. If you have worked with Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 or earlier versions, you are used to a fixed order of dimensions, as shown in this blog post. 

Designing Account structures for Customer (Vendor) balance accounts and Exchange rate revaluation accounts

One of the setup issues is performing correct dimensions values setup for the automatic transactions accounts. For example: Accounts structure for the Currency exchange unrealized profit and Loss accounts that are used for currency revaluation differences in Accounts payable and Accounts receivable.

The problem appears when the requirements for dimensions on Customer or Vendor balance accounts differs from the dimensions requirements on Currency exchange rate Profit and Loss accounts in the Accounts structure.