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Guy Weismantel


WOW what a great AX 2012 launch week last week, we're blown away by the excitement, energy, and feedback to getting this product into the marketplace.  THANK YOU to all our customers, partners, and colleagues for all their hard work and effort leading up to last Thursday! However, as we all know, our job is just...Read more
For months we’ve been sharing details about the upcoming release of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012, the newest version of our ERP solution for global organizations that is “Powerfully Simple.” Earlier this year at Convergence 2011, we revealed the final release of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 was expected to be generally available in August 2011.   ...Read more
Hi everyone,   My turn to chime in on the blog today and wish all of my team, colleagues and friends in Fargo a hearty CONGRATULATIONS as we celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the acquisition by Microsoft of Great Plains Software!   Although we’ve shortened the product name to “GP,” over the years, the...Read more
Lots of companies, particularly those in the software industry, are fond of touting their products’ newest and glossiest features and the number of new bells and whistles all in the name of customer acquisition.  And truth be told, we are guilty of this practice from time to time as well.    What we should really...Read more
Amidst the excitement and energy around last week’s AX Technical Conference, the momentum across the other ERP products in our portfolio temporarily took a back seat.  But with the conference now in our rear view mirror, we turn our attention today to a product that *is* on the market and getting a ton of traction...Read more
As we open the Microsoft Dynamics AX Technical Conference today in Redmond with over 1000 partners and customers, there's a lot at stake for companies contemplating new applications to power their businesses.  Faced with limited budgets, tight resources, tighter margins, and ruthless competition, organizations everywhere are looking for a way not only to stay ahead of...Read more
We're happy to welcome in one of our star Solution Architecht's, Lachlan Cash onto The Edge!  Here Lachlan gives us a preview of what to expect at next week's sold out AX Technical Conference. Only one week to go before we kick off the first, sold-out Microsoft Dynamics AX Technical Conference 2011 in Redmond, Washington....Read more
With all the focus (and rightly so!) these days around the company on the great consumer launches of Kinect and Windows Phone 7, those groups are only a part of the story of the momentum around the company.   At our recent analyst summit in November, we had a chance to share our ERP strategy...Read more
 Yet another data point in the growing mound of evidence that two-tier ERP deployments continue to gain traction and grow in popularity amongst companies with disparate HQ and field subsidiary business requirements.   This article, posted on the MSDynamicsWorld website, references an interesting study of 500 chemical manufacturers that highlights where administrative, enterprise ERP solutions are...Read more
As we all know, you can't turn around without hearing about "the cloud," and it's coming benefits.  And it's certainly something we're excited about here at Microsoft Dynamics, as we showcase the power of the Microsoft Azure platform, Dynamics CRM Online, and our own cloud and online services.  Our partner hosting capabilities for ERP in...Read more
Great article to pass along to you all that came into The Edge from a few different sources, written by Doug Barney at Redmond Channel Partner, on a new survey from the IT research firm Computer Economics, (“Technology Trends 2010/2011”) focused on the IT spending priorities for customers in the coming year.  Along with the...Read more