Duct Tape Can’t Fix Everything. Your Legacy Version of Dynamics AX is No Exception

Everything has its limitations. Yes, even duct tape. The same can be said for your company’s legacy version of Dynamics AX. And no, duct tape can’t fix that, either.

What Damage Could These Limitations Be Causing?
The truth is, an older version of AX is costing you a significant amount of money. Although upgrading may seem expensive and intimidating, it can actually cost you far less than holding on to your worn-out ERP system. The consequences of avoiding an upgrade include decreased ability for effective integration between your systems, more time-consuming, manual processes for your staff leading to more errors and less overall productivity and innovation, not to mention the myriad security breaches to which you’re leaving your company vulnerable.

While you’re adding up these negatives that undeniably affect your bottom line, keep in mind that if your competition has a more efficient version of AX, they’re already ahead.

How Does Your Company Stack Up?
According to Panorama’s 2017 report on ERP systems:

  • 81% of organizations are either in the process of implementing ERP software or have completed implementation.
  • 14% of organizations are in the process of selecting software.
  • 5% are in the process of upgrading software.
  • 16% -The most common reason for implementing ERP was to replace old ERP or legacy systems.

Next Steps – FREE Webinar
How do you know where to go from here? CuroGens CEO Jesper Kehlet has been creating custom business solutions and perfecting complex implementations with Dynamics AX since he worked with the product’s original development team. He knows the product’s ins and outs and will share his knowledge of the value of upgrades and re-implementations, including case studies, during a webinar on August 1.

Through this live event you will gain a better understanding of the potential roadmaps to re-implementing your legacy solution or upgrading to D365 or AX 2012 R3 CU13. You’ll also have the opportunity to ask questions.

Attendance is limited, so register today.