Microsoft Stresses Flexibility In Its Case for Dynamics AX in Two-Tier ERP Scenarios

November 19 2010

Large, distributed organizations that want to streamline their processes and technology should consider a two-tier ERP strategy, according to Rudy Dillenseger, Senior Product Manager, Microsoft Corp. Doing so will enable them to connect their local, smaller business units to the ERP system used by their headquarters.

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This industry week article by Sheila Zelinger explains the various approaches to two-tier ERP model and identifies their pros and cons. A must read if you are exploring a two-tier ERP model. http://industryweek.com/articles/improving_visibility_into_and_coordination_with_subsidiary_operations_22988.aspx?Page=3&SectionID=26?ShowAll=1