In the mid-2000's Wayne Erickson with The Data Warehouse Institute introduced the first maturity model to show how company's use their data as they mature, and where they get stuck. These models look at both the technology and the culture of the company. The lower a company is on the Complexity Scale means that they are not getting the most value from their data. There's proof that the higher you are or the further along you are in the BI Journey, the cost to handle your data and keep it relevant becomes lower.
As technology continues to advance at a rapid pace, we are starting to see the alignment between productivity applications such as Outlook and Business Systems such as Dynamics 365 combined with Social Platforms like LinkedIn.
The organizational culture plays as critical a role as the technology used to manage the customer experience. Without the proper focus, buy-in across the organization and leadership from the top most customer experience projects tend to be siloed and don’t full fill the customer experience across all channels.
The manufacturing industry has faced major changes over the past decade, and technology has revolutionized the way we do business today. Learn how to capitalize on new opportunities and transform your business.
To realize the full potential of business intelligence and take its value to the next level in your organization, you need a solid understanding of where you are, what you want to achieve, and what’s possible.
According to Accenture, 67% of CIO’s want to position Information Technology (IT) as a strategic asset that will help the business grow through the use of innovative technology, products, or processes. The challenge is the traditional mid-market IT department is structured around managing and controlling IT assets such as servers, performance management, and risk avoidance tasks like backup and DR.
Companies nowadays work diligently to interact, communicate, and engage with their customers in new and different ways. However, many companies find it harder than ever to provide customers with genuine, personal, and simple ways to do this.
This function is controlled by the language settings in the AX Tools/Options. Exceptions being AR/AP output reports such as invoices, etc. These are controlled by the language setting within the customer/vendor menu. This is controlled through the windows settings on the AX client computer.
When Dynamics AX master planning is rolled out to new users two of the settings that generate much confusion are “negative days” and “positive days”. These two fields are found on the Master plan coverage group form.