Posted By: Glenn McPeak /
Don't let the unveiling of Microsoft's messaging and go-to market strategies around Dynamics 365 Enterprise distract from the fact that this is really a very exciting time for the Microsoft Dynamics community. From 1999 when it was known as Damgaard Axapta, we've watched the ERP evolve, with Microsoft continually building on its functional enhancements, UI and technology to the point that it became one of the fastest growing on-premise ERP solutions.
Today it stands among the most functional cloud-ready ERP solutions available. AX 7 (the ERP component of Dynamics 365 Enterprise) is undoubtedly the most ambitious transformation made to AX by Microsoft and arguably one of the most remarkable in the history of ERP development.
We're extremely excited to see the new integration framework in AX as it brings with it increased integration potential. To fully grasp the opportunities this transformation in integration offers, it's useful to understand AX Data Entities, the multiple types of entities and each of their purposes before undertaking an integration project...