Microsoft Dynamics Snap Brings AX Data to the Extended Enterprise

According to a recent report released by AMR Research entitled, "The Enterprise Resource Planning", as many as 85% of an organization's users do not have access to the corporate ERP system.   Microsoft's Office Business Applications (OBAs) is working hard to change this paradigm.  The Microsoft Line-Of-Business-Interoperability (LOBi) strategy positions Microsoft Office as the front-end for accessing back-end ERP functionality.


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About Jeff Onesto
Jeff Onesto is the Director of Business Development at Advanced Systems Integration. He is responsible for software sales and the development and management of strategic alliances. Jeff brings over 15 years of enterprise software sales and delivery experience with companies such as Price Waterhouse, Oracle and JD Edwards. Jeff holds a B.S. Business Administration- Accountancy from California State University, Northridge.

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