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Making the decision to move to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain Management from Dynamics AX can be easy if you have the right kind of support during your migration journey.

Evaluating your business –  At Columbus, we help you assess your current environment and take necessary steps to get ready for a cloud-enabled environment. The first area that we evaluate is what your existing integrations and customizations are, and the workloads you already have in the cloud, if any. This step is followed by mapping out the possibilities for your business and the expected impact when these assets are migrated to a Dynamics 365 environment. We then draw out the entire scope and break the upgrade process into actionable steps.

Know how to assess your current ERP landscape, where the critical gaps are, and what you can do to bridge this gap here.

Implementing a process-oriented approach – We adopt a process-oriented approach and best practices to ensure that we minimize risks during the upgrade. We make sure that Microsoft Dynamics 365 turns out to be a robust and cost-effective solution for your business in the long run.

Dynamics 365 empowers businesses with the integrated functionality of ERP, CRM, Office 365 and Business Intelligence, to name a few. That said, companies that want to design and optimize customer-focused processes need solutions like the Columbus RapidValue Business Process Management (BPM) Suite. RapidValue keeps your ERP firmly in line with your business goals and evolving processes. It serves as a unified BPM solution that aligns your evolving goals and strategies with global teams working on distributed operating systems and multiple technology solutions and providers.

Beyond the initial ERP upgrade and training, RapidValue makes BPM practical, simple and results-driven to drive value and agility. RapidValue lets you sync all aspects of your organization in a highly transparent and efficient manner, helping you maintain momentum in your digital transformation journey.

Offering more than upgrade and implementation – A successful upgrade is never the end result. A reliable support mechanism, backed by the expertise of knowledgeable professionals, is necessary to take a business to the next level. At Columbus, we extend service levels, pricing schemes and value-added services to help you run and optimize your ERP system and the solutions that connect to it. Furthermore, our dedicated support team assists your employees with their queries related to your business processes and operations to enable seamless migration.

Why Columbus?

We have been instrumental in facilitating and orchestrating the business transformation effort for more than 4,200 clients across 45 countries with our industry and productivity solutions. With more than 40 offices, global delivery centers and standardized methodologies, we offer scale and resourcefulness to support your organization at any stage of its business growth, anywhere in the world. Our teams, equipped with the required multi-geography business, industry, technical and cultural experience, are constantly focused on bettering our client service and solving their complex problems on a daily basis.

Upgrading to Microsoft Dynamics 365 and embarking on the digital transformation journey is a priority. At Columbus, we’re looking forward to partnering with you on this journey.

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