Balancing Interests in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 and Earlier Releases at AXUG Summit 2012

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With over 140 sessions planned, AXUG Summit 2012 attendees will have a range of topics to choose from to match their interests.  But with only about 25 percent of members on Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 so far, the event has to find a balance between the latest and greatest, including the upcoming AX 2012 R2 release, and offering information that meets the majority of users needs.

But the speed of Dynamics AX 2012 adoption might be deceiving - it is far stronger than past releases, says AXUG director Frank Vukovits, to the point that, in the US at least, upgrades are being hindered by professional services capacity.

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