Powerful. Agile. Easy-to-use.
Microsoft Dynamics AX is a comprehensive Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution that delivers rich, prebuilt, industry-operational features out of the box. And, it offers proven functionality for the manufacturing (process, discrete and lean), retail, distribution, public sector and service industries.
This powerful solution goes beyond the traditional ERP software that manages only the administrative functions of a business (financial and human resources), and incorporates both the administrative and operational management requirements, providing an enterprise-wide view of the organization for well-informed and confident management and decision making.
Microsoft Dynamics AX is a truly global solution that is designed to scale with the growth of a business. It is simple enough to deploy for a single business unit in a single country, yet easily scalable to support requirements for 36 countries, multiple currencies, multiple time zones, multiple languages, and compliance with multiple banking and reporting standards and legislative codes.
What can Microsoft Dynamics AX do for your business?
Improved Productivity and Visibility:
Familiar, easy-to-use tools that enable employees to work quickly and make smart, proactive decisions.
Deliver the information and analysis tools needed for sound and confident decision-making.
Manage Change and Growth:
Build more profitable supply chain relationships and efficiencies.
Quickly adapt internal processes to meet changing demands.
Manage the complexities of a global organization by consolidating and standardizing processes and by providing visibility across the organization.
Reduce risk and liability associated with corporate governance, regulatory compliance, and customer initiatives.
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Architecture & Engineering
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