It seems many companies these days are aware of the benefits of solving their business process challenges with the help of the Cloud. Some of the top reasons for shifting away from on-premise solutions are the increasing need to do more with less resources, high integration levels, regular upgrades and vendor support.
If you’re running an on-premises deployment of Microsoft Dynamics AX, you might be wondering what the point of moving to Dynamics 365 is. “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” you figure. “Dynamics AX works just fine – we don’t need to move to the cloud.”