If At First You Don’t Succeed with a Microsoft Dynamics AX “Go Live”, Try, Try Again

What happens when real-world upheavals occur just as you are about to implement a Go-Live to Microsoft Dynamics AX 4.0?

In the case of Cole Hersee Co., a Boston maker of electrical switches, the decision was to put off a plan to Go Live, so as to ensure the upheaval was dealt with first. We described Cole Hersee's previous plans to go live in an article last spring. At an AX User Group session for New England last week, Cole Hersee's officials shared their experiences attempting to Go Live, and then deciding to delay.

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