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If you’re considering moving your systems to the cloud, chances are that you’re weighing options hosted by AWS (Amazon Web Services) and Microsoft Azure, the two most popular choices in the market[...]
In today’s fast-paced world, organizations are expected to respond quickly to concerns from customers. How do you achieve that? Consider reducing busy-work and allowing more time to focus on the[...]
How does it feel to have hit the five-year anniversary of ENAVATE?
Jeff Bezos once said, “All overnight successes take 10 years.” So we have 5 more years to go. I am really proud at how far we’ve[...]
As MDM Publisher Tom Gale recently wrote, more distribution companies are shifting what was once a traditional internal operational function — inventory management — into a more customer-focused[...]
Said no one, ever...
Time to challenge STATUS QUO!
Can you relate? You finally received your Contoso environment from Microsoft or your partner and now you want to start playing around in the environment. Or maybe you are ready to walk through realistic scenarios. Regardless of what you want to do, you are unsure what user to use. Are you better[...]
I guess we all have heard about Microsoft’s planned acquisition of LinkedIn. In the press release, Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella said, “Together we can accelerate the growth of LinkedIn, as well as Microsoft Office 365 and Dynamics as we seek to empower every person and organization on the[...]
I guess I am not the only one who has been confused about the versioning of AX. There have been numerous versions: 3.0, 4.0, 2009, 2012 and AX7. Now, it is called Microsoft Dynamics AX. That is pretty confusing and also a very bold decision.
To all the ERP administrators out there… Have you ever had the experience where you bring a consultant in to work on a particular issue, and the second your end users see this consultant they start bringing up all the random problems that they are having with the system? Oh, and almost all the[...]
Ride The Rockies 2016 is well underway!
We rode from Carbondale to Aspen on Day 1, which is the easiest day of the ride (50 miles and 4200 ft. of elevation). Team Samaritan House began the ride with a bang, picking up donations and pledges from generous cyclists and spectators along the[...]