Why Are Legacy AX Users Avoiding Upgrades?

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Are thoughts of upgrading to D365 or undertaking a re-implementation of a legacy Dynamics AX product (AX 2012 or earlier) keeping you awake at night?

The amount of human resource hours it would take, as well as the consulting costs, licensing fees and even potential hardware upgrades combine to make the upgrade process something many IT pros avoid for as long as possible. We haven’t even mentioned the horror stories of timelines that extend two years or more.

In our experience, with proper planning and preparation, it doesn’t have to be a painful or costly initiative.

If you’re experiencing increasingly complex business operations or attempting to keep pace with the rapid growth of your business — and your legacy version of AX just isn’t keeping up — it’s costing you money today. And certainly more so in the future.

It’s time to explore your options.

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 during a webinar on March 14.

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.

Attendance is limited, so register today.