Microsoft Dynamics AX testing challenges

Ensuring that an ERP application works after it is deployed at a customer site is a challenge. The base application, which is both broad and deep, has a myriad of modules, features, and software and hardware configurations. ISVs extend or modify this base application to provide functionality for specific market needs and verticals. Finally, implementation partners or customers perform point customizations to address specific needs. This combination of base application, one or more ISV add-ons, and point customizations that operate in a unique hardware and software configuration is what businesses depend on for mission-critical financial data and company operations.

Because of all modifications implemented, it is important to test the solution thoroughly, so we are sure that none of it caused any form of system issues.

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How Cloud Based ERP Solutions Benefit You

Statistics show that majority of businesses have saved money by moving to the cloud. Once thought to be a huge security risk, businesses now welcome the cloud with open arms because they see the many benefits that Software as a Solution (SaaS) has to offer as far as:

  • Scalability
  • Reduced management costs
  • Reduced training costs
  • Lower infrastructure costs
  • Disaster recovery
  • Accessibility

These benefits apply to ERP solutions that are hosted in the cloud as well. Companies that choose to implement cloud based enterprise resource planning such as Microsoft Dynamics have seen these benefits almost immediately, and those who are looking to upgrade to the new AX7 release should feel comfortable knowing that this recent version is moving to a cloud first approach with this solution.

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