A company's responsibility to keep up-to-date with ERP, and 4 principles for change

Implementing a new ERP system can be a lengthy process. In the time an organization takes to progress from discovery to go-live, the ERP solution could already be nearing obsolescence.

User companies will typically notice this situation when ISV solution providers start looking forward to the next generation of ERP, with plans for fantastic improvements to their products - but only in the new release.


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About Kelly Kane
Kelly Kane is a Microsoft MVP whose passion is helping new users. As part of this passion, she hosts a webinar series called AX for Dummies and writes a blog called AX Soup. Kelly has 5 years of Dynamics AX experience and is employed at Algood Food Company where she holds the role of Manager, Information Systems. Kelly has also received recognition as an AXUG All Star and AXUG Chapter Leader of the Year. Kelly serves on the AXUG Board of Advisors and acts as the AX SIG leader for the Women in Dynamics SIG. In her spare time, Kelly loves to read and complete half marathons.

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