The last migration you’ll ever need - move from Dynamics AX to Dynamics 365

December 8, 2020

The future is cloud

When Microsoft announces the end of mainstream support for any product, there is always ample time to plan to move to the next generation. Along with every end-of support announcement date, there is usually an “extended” date to help those organisations that need a little extra time. The trouble is that time has a habit of sneaking up on all of us. 

In today’s fast-paced world businesses have a tremendous need to be agile, to respond to competitive pressures while meeting or exceeding customer expectations. Running on old and unsupported technologies can cripple your ability to function.

At DXC Technology, we are global leaders in helping organisations move from Dynamics AX to Dynamics 365. We know it feels like it will be a big deal, but the big deal is not about a painful migration (we will eliminate that for you) – it is about the benefits you will get as a business on the other side.

Read our white paper on how we can help your organisation upgrade your ERP solution for the last time.  

“It had become evident that working with an on-premise solution was causing lag and drain on the way we work together, across time zones...Having a cloud solution has turned out to be invaluable. We’ve moved from having multiple, distinct systems into having Microsoft Dynamics 365 to do all of our work for us." 

 

Naheen Mahbub, group financial controller of IR 

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