If you’re using AX 2012 or earlier and stalling on a decision whether to upgrade, it’s important to note that options in maintaining a legacy system soon will become fewer in number and certainly more expensive. Mainstream support for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3 ends in 2021, or 2023 for extended support.
To help business and technology professionals analyze upgrade readiness, CuroGens CEO Jesper Kehlet is hosting a free webinar entitled “The costs of NOT upgrading your legacy version of Dynamics AX.” Participants will take away from the discussion a better understanding of organizational, technical and financial considerations of upgrading. They will also gain a clearer vision for the appropriate roadmap for their company.
“The costs related to not moving to a newer version of AX can far outweigh the resources spent continually patching, hotfixing, repairing and further customizing an older version,” Kehlet says. “An upgrade may not be the right path for everyone. But sometimes indecision can be just as, or more, costly than the solution.”
Kehlet and several other CuroGens team members were part of the original development team for Axapta (AX). He has championed Microsoft Dynamics AX, SharePoint and .NET platforms throughout his career by developing add-on solutions that further streamline financial, CRM and supply chain processes that help drive business success. His passion for the Microsoft Dynamics AX product — combined with more than 25 years of consulting, sales and business development experience — has been instrumental in aligning CuroGens’ clients with best-in-class solutions, services and support.
To register, visit www.curogens.com/dynamicsaxwebinar by March 9. Attendance is limited.Microsoft Dynamics AX