The move from Microsoft Dynamics AX to 365: Building a business case for the future
When I joined Element Material Technologies two-and-a-half years ago, the company had gone live on Dynamics AX 2009 fairly recently, in 2010. So when Dynamics AX 2012 came along, there just wasn't much of an appetite for an upgrade.
The task became to maximize AX 2009's capabilities and future-proof it, and we developed a lot of extra functionality for it, between internal developers and our Dynamics partner.
We are now at the point of moving forward, if for no other reason than heading off the expense of extended support for Dynamics AX 2009. But alongside that there are a ton of really good new features in Dynamics 365 for Operations that we could take advantage of, and that is the version we'll migrate to.