Microsoft Highlights Dynamics AX 2012’s Public Sector Capabilities, Announces First Planned Deployment

At the recent Government Finance Officers Association Annual Conference, Microsoft Corp. highlighted new public sector capabilities in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012.

"Public sector organizations have long experienced inflexible, legacy ERP systems, hindering their ability to support open government, compliance requirements and fiscal accountability," said Charlie Johnson, global industry product director, public sector, Microsoft Dynamics, in a statement. "Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 will support these requirements at the rapid pace government organizations need to better serve their citizens."


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