Can enhancements in Microsoft Dynamics AX drive sustainable improvements in retail supply chain?

Kurt Hatlevik's recent blog post on retail and supply chain trends highlights some of the key challenges that retailers are grappling with in today's changing business environment and explores how Microsoft Dynamics AX is stepping up to the plate to help customers work through those obstacles.

In many cases, the supply chain is the Achilles heel that technology must be able to address efficiently and effectively. As many companies are learning, Hatlevik writes, "an inefficient and poorly functioning supply chain can negatively impact every aspect of a retail organization, jeopardizing the long-term performance and success of a business."


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Hi Bridget,

I agree with your blog about the supply chain being “the Achilles heel that technology must be able to address efficiently and effectively.” My experience with retail companies has been that they are looking for an Omni channel experience in order to enhance their business model, and serve their customers in a number of different ways in order to gain business. I have been working with Microsoft Dynamics AX for Retail for some time and what I like about the solution that it is not only easy to use but from my opinion, the only complete end-to-end retail solution on the market in Australia.