How AX.NET Extends a CIO's Integration Options

Recently I did an interview and technology preview on my blog about AX.NET, a new Microsoft Dynamics AX add-on offering. I was impressed with its capabilities for working with Dynamics AX business logic and objects from .NET and the possibilities it will offer to application developers who need to integrate with Dynamics AX.

In this post, I focused on the technical aspects of what AX.NET will offer customers and Microsoft partners. Here I want to raise the issue of how such possible offerings affect a CIO's decision-making process when considering Microsoft Dynamics AX, as well as the options that exist to help a given customer implement and extend its Dynamics AX investment.


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About Brandon George

Brandon George is a Microsoft Dynamics AX MVP, and President, America's Region, for Hillstar Business Intelligence. You may recognize him from his retired blog or his new BI focused blog Brandon brings hands-on implementation and customization experience in Software Development, Database Design, and SQL Server and leads a team that is charged with helping clients put their data to work.

He has extensive experience in information systems including X++ programming, systems analysis, systems design, configuration, and project deployment. His diverse background in information and business systems gives him a great capacity to interact with people from various business areas and levels. He has outstanding analytical, problem solving, and communication skills as well as proven ability to help people understand complex issues. 

Brandon has worked on numerous large scale implementation projects for Microsoft Dynamics AX and MicroStrategy BI.

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