Choose an upgrade path from Microsoft Dynamics AX to Dynamics 365 for Operations

With the Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Operations Spring 2017 release (expected in July 2017), Microsoft plans to deliver highly-anticipated new deployment options and upgrade tools that are essential for improving the quality of upgrades. Furthermore, Microsoft is planning to "hard seal" the standard code around Spring 2018, which means the usual overlayering won't be allowed at design time and/or during implementation. Consequently, it is recommended that customers migrate all customizations into Extensions.


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About Agnė Pelanienė

Agnė Pelanienė is the AX Team Manager at 1ClickFactory, a Microsoft Partner that specializes in providing automated software services for Microsoft Dynamics solutions upgrades, deployment on Microsoft Azure, code transformation, and more. By utilizing these services, Microsoft Partners can more easily, profitably, and with less risk implement and service Microsoft Dynamics solutions for their customers.

1ClickFactory offers such resources for Dynamics AX upgrades as its "Upgrade for AX" and "Transformation from AX to NAV" services.  

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