Microsoft Dynamics AX Paves the Way for Marshalls’ Success

The UK’s leading manufacturer of superior natural stone and innovative concrete hard landscaping products, Marshalls was established over 130 years ago and supplies the construction, home improvement and landscape markets, specialising in a wide range of products, design services and technical expertise. The Marshalls Group operates a diverse portfolio of business interests from managing its…

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Team Lotus ready to hit the track, thanks to Microsoft Dynamics AX

Team Lotus, the Formula One team that brought the highly regarded Lotus name back into Grand Prix racing last year, has recently implemented Microsoft Dynamics AX, Microsoft’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution.  Team Lotus was introduced to Dynamics AX through Microsoft Gold partner eBECS, which is highly experienced in the automotive sector. eBECS enabled the…

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Microsoft to Host Virtual Launch for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

Businesses today are often taxed with the challenge of attaining increasing levels of success in an ever-changing business environment. This Thursday, September 8 at 9:00 a.m. P.T., Microsoft is hosting a Virtual Launch Event for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012, an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution to help businesses meet their challenges, simplify operations and thrive…

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Taking advantage of CRM

This article appeared on ConnectingIndustry.com Rakesh Kumar, global industry product director of manufacturing for Microsoft Dynamics ERP, looks at how manufacturers can derive competitive advantages using customer relationship management (CRM). Customer relationship management (CRM) means different things to different companies and to individuals within the company. Companies in different industries also perceive CRM in avariety of…

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Work Without Walls to Help Business Continuity

Roadblocks to business continuity come in all shapes and sizes – natural disasters that threaten to close businesses for weeks, difficulty attracting and retaining productive and efficient employees, or simply the inability to gain access to information or collaborate with coworkers thousands of miles away. Through implementing social collaboration technologies, organizations maintain business continuity, attract…

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Itron-Microsoft Benchmarking Test Confirms Large Scale Meter Data Management Capabilities

This guest post is contributed from the Microsoft Power and Utilities Team Imagine reading 10 million meters every 15 minutes. That’s 40 million data sets per hour, 960 million data sets per day, and 6.7 billion sets per week. Could your system handle that deluge of data right now, today? If you are using Itron’s Enterprise…

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Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 delivers a simple, yet powerful, solution for manufacturers

In today’s ever-changing world of business and digital development, it is imperative to embrace technologies that allow the most effective and efficient results. As manufacturing businesses adjust to industry shifts, companies are also simultaneously faced with traditional challenges, including cost-efficiencies and product quality. Companies must now consider solutions across the board. Thanks to recent advancements…

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What Can ERP Do for the Supply Chain?

The goal for any manufacturing operation – whether it is a discrete or a process manufacturing business – is to produce quality products at the lowest possible cost while striving to exceed customer expectations. Achieving this consistently and cost-effectively depends on gaining deep insight into the supply chain, especially when it comes to managing the…

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AspenTech and Microsoft at CERAWeek 2011

This guest post is written by Microsoft Partner AspenTech. This year, AspenTech celebrates 30 years of optimization. Since our founding in 1981, as an outgrowth of a coal gasification project at MIT by funded a DOE grant in response to the 1970s oil shock, AspenTech has been exclusively focused on energy and other process industries. At…

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Steve Ballmer and Microsoft at CERAweek 2011

Leaders from the global energy industry, representing oil, natural gas, power, coal and renewable energy companies, along with government leaders from around the world will be among the 2,000 people attending CERAweek in Houston this week.  This year’s conference theme is “Leading the Way: Energy Strategies for a World of Change,” and the conference features…

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