The Year of the Cloud: How Coming Microsoft Products Will Make Dynamics AX the Basis of New Solutions

January 26 2010

People have been talking about The Cloud for years, and now it’s arrived. 2010 for sure will be the year of the Cloud. And though it's not on any official calendar, those born under the year of the cloud are sure to be free thinkers, operational vs. capital based, have abilities to get projects going on their feet --- and into the cloud quickly.

About Brandon George

Brandon George is a Microsoft Dynamics AX MVP, and President, America's Region, for Hillstar Business Intelligence. You may recognize him from his retired blog or his new BI focused blog Brandon brings hands-on implementation and customization experience in Software Development, Database Design, and SQL Server and leads a team that is charged with helping clients put their data to work.

He has extensive experience in information systems including X++ programming, systems analysis, systems design, configuration, and project deployment. His diverse background in information and business systems gives him a great capacity to interact with people from various business areas and levels. He has outstanding analytical, problem solving, and communication skills as well as proven ability to help people understand complex issues. 

Brandon has worked on numerous large scale implementation projects for Microsoft Dynamics AX and MicroStrategy BI.

His commonly used skills include, but are not limited to:

  • Microsoft Business Solutions and .NET Framework knowledge
  • Microsoft Dynamics AX and MicroStrategy BI hands-on implementation experience
  • Systems architecture and design
  • Applications development
  • Database design
  • Project Management
  • User Training

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eglazov's picture

Dear George, nothing can interest an ERP consultant less than that. Sitting in a dirty corner at a plant in Eastern Europe with no stable Internet connection and trying to find a way of bringing a barcode label under a wrapping foil onto a dusty pallet, I can only laugh. A cloud cannot help me with a bulky label printer either, such a shame. Kind regards, Evgeny