The Future of the New Dynamics AX: Ten Financial Features I Would Like to See Microsoft Add Next

March 3 2016

We have looked at some of the positive changes that Microsoft has made to the general ledger in the new Dynamics AX in part one and two of this series, from global journal entry and fiscal dimension improvements to financial close capabilities and Management Reporter updates. As Microsoft has set the bar very high, I (and customers) are going to look for more.

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Yogesh Kasat is one of the founding members of Real Dynamics. For more than 10 years he has worked as a Solution Architect and other leadership roles on numerous Dynamics AX implementations, taking several large engagements to successful completion. For more information on Real Dynamics services, please contact us at

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SolverJim's picture

All the Dynamics products are totally different with regard to GL Ledger concepts in conjunction with data. You would need a central broker or conversion similar to like Dynamics AX consolidation to convert the data first and then report from it.

SolverJim's picture

One real issue in the AX2012 concept was the exclusion of Sub Ledger Voucher in the Ledgertrans concept. This limits ability for reporting and drilldown with AX2012