In an age of digital disruption, the status quo of supply chain management just won’t cut it anymore. The connection and collection of data at this present time delivers the ability to track items, goods, or materials faster than ever before. As you think about digital disruption, have you thought about how it impacts your supply chain management?
Team Pacejet spent some time in Phoenix last week as a sponsor of the Microsoft Dynamics User Group Summit; we came away impressed. It's no secret that Office 365 cloud has been growing fast, Azure has rocketed into second place behind AWS, and Microsoft recently announced 19% year over year revenue growth (Microsoft rises on earnings beat). And with 50% more users attending Summit this year, it looks like Microsoft has found their cloud software mojo.
Because Summit is a Dynamics ERP users event with a complex business community running AX, NAV, and GP versions, it was not surprising to see competing priorities across platforms and concerns about moving from on-premise to cloud. But this year's unified 365 branding, growing maturity of the Dynamics Business Central cloud platform, and clear path from on-premise to cloud technology created evident enthusiasm in the user community. While it might seem counter-intuitive, Microsoft's experience in maturing their own cloud-based ERP is driving them to offer expanded enterprise solutions that can benefit users running any ERP.
Headed to Phoenix? Meet our team of shipping strategists at Microsoft’s D365UG / AXUG Summit and BCUG / NAVUG Summit on October 15th -18th and learn more about Pacejet's leading cloud-based shipping solution—providing both parcel and freight in one platform.
Visit booth 749 and see how Pacejet’s technology helps businesses streamline their shipping operations, reducing time spent on shipping and the shipping costs. Will we see you at D365UG / AXUG Summit and BCUG / NAVUG Summit? Let us know.