My long time friends Yogesh Kasat of Real Dynamics and Jilajeet Yadav of Ignify have come out with an excellent book on handling Microsoft Dynamics AX Implementation Projects with ease and higher success rate.
The book describes about the common errors, issues and some real life experiences about AX implementation projects. This book caters to wide range of audience and is an all-in-one guide for DAX implementations.
You can read the article on this book here on Posts By Yogesh Kasat on LinkedIn or Dynamics World.
The book is available to be bought on Amazon, Packt Publishing, and other major places, both as an e-book or a hard copy.
Do get a copy for yourself. I have got mine 🙂
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Aston Martin the favorite car of James Bond has decided to be a part of Dynamics AX family.
It is official now that Aston Martin is going to implement Dynamics AX 2012 for its financial and accounting systems.
Here is the news:
Shaken? Not Stirred eh .
Solugenix Corporation is involved in developing some easy to use mobile applications for AX. For more details, check this link out: