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Published: May 31 2013 / 09:36

If you implement Microsoft Dynamics AX you will find this book helpful, whether you have completed multiple implementations or are about to start your first. The real life tips are practical, the inclusion of Sure Step supports why it is an important component of an AX implementation. This is an easy read, which you will beneficial from beginning to end.
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This book is very useful for people who have the responsibility of managing the implementation project of Dynamics AX 2012 on both roles, the client and business partner side. For the customer who wants AX 2012 implementation must have information on the methodology used by the business partner who will make the implementation and not just be a spectator of what makes business partner, this book helps companies wishing to implement AX 2012 and have extensive knowledge of how it will implement and what problems may arise in the course of it. The authors have tried to express their experiences of deployments in which participated, it helps project teams who are just dabbling in the implementation of such projects, because as shown in the book is not the same implement AX 2012 to AX 2009 by substantial features Microsoft has built into this latest version over its predecessor. Or to understand and learn those project teams that self-interpreted Sure Step Methodology and have tried to apply to your project without prior guidance. While the book is not a how-to as such, serves as a guide in order to deepen and seek more information according to the steps and phases that have Sure Step Methodology to have a successful implementation.

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