After early pain, Dynamics AX 2012 R2 has put channel back on track with key wins, Microsoft believes

Microsoft execs have acknowledged this week in various Dynamics-focused sessions that partners felt more than a little pain in the early days of AX 2012 caused by "product challenges" related to the initial release .

"We had [challenges] in readiness and had a perfect storm of different things," Dynamics AX general manager Christian Pedersen told a WPC audience today.  "Now with the R2 version that came out in late 2012, we're hearing that we've worked through these issues."


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