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11 Jul: D365 Finance & Operations vs. Dynamics AX

Because technology is modernizing at a rapid rate, older ERP systems, like Microsoft Dynamics AX, are quickly becoming outdated. This guide will help you determine if your business could benefit from an upgrade to Dynamics 365 for Finance & Operations. It highlights the differences between the systems in regards to features like usability, data security, functionality, and collaboration.

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11 Jul: Your Post-Implementation Dynamics Support Needs

Whether you finished your Microsoft Dynamics implementation last week or 5 years ago keeping your software running smoothly is essential to keeping your business running smoothly. We put together this guide to help you re-imagine how you’d like your systems, people and processes to be supported post “go live”.

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11 Jul: Managed Services Support vs. MCA Advantage

Is your organization receiving emergency break-fix support for Microsoft Dynamics, but wanting more? Our unlimited support offering, MCA Advantage, helps organizations improve performance metrics, stabilize IT budgets, extend support resources, optimize Microsoft environment, and explore different technologies. View this guide to see how MCA Advantage differs from traditional break-fix managed services support.

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11 Jul: Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations vs. Other ERPs

This comparison guide illustrates how Microsoft Dynamics 365 differs from other ERP solutions when it comes to features and functionality. The objective of this guide is not to say which solution is the “best”, but instead to help you understand which solution may be the right fit for your business if you’re currently evaluating a new ERP solution.

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09 Jul: 8 Big Risks in ERP & CRM Projects

When you purchase enterprise technology, such as Dynamics 365, you are making a major business investment – one that poses various risks. Read what we’ve learned from collectively working on thousands of implementations and how to reduce risks with an integrated organizational change management (OCM) plan.