Using Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

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Springer Science & Business Media, Apr 13, 2012 - Computers - 387 pages
Precise descriptions and instructions enable users, students and consultants to easily understand Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012. Microsoft offers Dynamics AX as its premium ERP solution to support large and mid-sized organizations with a complete business management solution which is easy to use. Going through a simple but comprehensive case study – the sample company ‘Anso Technologies Inc.’ – this book provides the required knowledge to handle all basic business processes in Dynamics AX. Exercises are there to train the processes and functionality, also making this book a good choice for self-study.
 

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This is a good introductory book for the Microsoft Dynamics users. It has a good level of detail that can be used as reference. Even if your not a programmer you can get good information from this book. We as Techcronus recommend this AX 2012 book strongly. It will surely help you smoother your operation with great experience in AX. You can reach us for the upgrade at http://www.techcronus.com/company/contact-us.php 

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Contents

1 What is Microsoft Dynamics AX?
1
Navigation and General Options
9
3 Purchasing
59
4 Sales and Distribution
134
5 Production Control
187
6 Operations Planning
231
7 Inventory Management
251
8 Finance Administration
291
9 Core Setup and Essential Features
335
Appendix
373
Bibliography
379
Index
380
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Dr. Andreas Luszczak is a project manager and consultant, responsible for the implementation of Microsoft Dynamics AX in numerous projects. He has been teaching Dynamics AX at renowned universities in Austria. In addition to Dynamics AX, he has years of experiences with the implementation of further business solutions (Microsoft Dynamics NAV/Navision and others) working as a consultant as well as IT manager/CIO in the industry.

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