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Upgrade to AX 2012 R3 CU8 first to easier transition to new AX (7)

What can you, a Dynamics AX Partner, do NOW to ease your customers’ transition to new Dynamics AX (7) once all versions of the product (Public Cloud, Private Cloud & On-Premise) are available? Did you know that upgrading your customers to AX 2012 CU8 or later CU provides a direct upgrade path to new AX (7)? Read this article to find out why this way might be beneficial for you and your customers now. 

4 Smart Tactics to Move Your Customers to New Microsoft Dynamics AX (7)

With new Microsoft Dynamics AX now available on Azure and private cloud and on-premise versions to be released this fall, now is the right time to prepare your customers for the big move.

There are various ways to move your customers to the new Dynamics AX depending upon each of your customers’ starting points. In this article, we will cover 4 of the most common customer upgrade scenarios and review the most beneficial upgrade tactics to move your customers to the newest version of Dynamics AX.

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.