AX (the artist formerly known as Axapta) is designed for enterprise clients, while the other platforms are mainly for small to mid-sized clients. AX was intially built for manufacturing and supply chain needs. I would look at some of the columns on msdynamicsworld.com, as there are a number of different articles that really describe the key differences. I haven't been able to find any concrete information on product differences, other than on that site. What type of industry are you in? There are many different VARs that can tailor a platform to your specific industry.
Jim StenglerMTS Consulting, Inc.
Hi Jim, I have been looking at the site msdynamicsworld.co you recommend. I am very interested in understanding the strengths and weaknesses of AX vs GP. But I did not find any articles describing the key differences. WOuld you be able to point me a little more to he place where I can find them?
Thanks a lot,
I am constantly being asked (by Prospects, Clients and other resellers) about which Microsoft Dynamics ERP product is best, Dynamics AX, Nav, ect. I wrote a page that includes Microsoft’s own positioning at;
Hope that helps Michael