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RE: Forecasting in AX 2012 R3

No problem at all Paul. It seems as though you have a couple of options but of course it all depends on how complex the requirements are from the users. If you can do it in AX then great, if not do reach out to Solver if you are to go out to the market. We are the only CPM vendor that is...


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RE: Forecasting in AX 2012 R3

Hi Mandy, Thanks for your reply. I'll pass on your details to our AX users who are reviewing forecasting. If I have any questions I'll reach out Regards, Paul -- Paul Fildes AX Technical Support Consultant Steelite International Ltd Stoke-On-Trent --


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RE: Forecasting in AX 2012 R3

Hi Tammy, We did look at AX Forecasting over a year ago. Your blog post looks fairly detailed so I'll forward the link to our users and ask them to review the AX offering Many thanks, Paul -- Paul Fildes AX Technical Support Consultant Steelite International Ltd Stoke-On-Trent --


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RE: Forecasting in AX 2012 R3

Hi Paul, AX has some inbuilt capabilities for forecasting that may be a good starting point to explore. Here is a blog post I had in my links you may find interesting. https://rehanaqeel.wordpress.com/2010/09/13/forecasting-in-dynamics-ax-2009/ and a link to the inbuilt capabilities (or...


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RE: Forecasting in AX 2012 R3

Insight software are doing something...I haven't looked, but the finance team did and didn't throw the idea out...I think it was budgeting and planning they were looking at. Adaptive Insights is also interesting for them. -- Jeannette Copeland Joules Corby --


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RE: Forecasting in AX 2012 R3

Hi Paul Solver (www.solverglobal.com) is a cloud based Microsoft solution providing advanced budgeting and forecasting functionality. Typically organisations use our software to perform what-if scenarios, handling multiple scenarios, HR planning, Sales forecasting as an example. Our whole...


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Forecasting in AX 2012 R3

Hi, Our users are beginning to ask about forecasting capability within AX and I wondered if anyone who is using it could provide any feedback, or if anyone opted for an external package, could advise of any recommendations My organisation is also talking of possible migration to D365, however...



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RE: HRM - Change Worker Type

Jonathan, Thank you for your response. Double checking with HR, they did use the 'Change Worker Employment Type' to change the worker type from 'Employee' to 'Contractor'. The most recent employment history record shows this worker as a 'Contractor'. Opening the 'Change Worker Employment Type...


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RE: HRM - Change Worker Type

In D365 there is a function [Change worker employment type] on the worker form, Worker ribbon .... not sure if AX2012 was the same. Never seen the "Both" type I'm afraid. -- Jonathan Howe Head of IT Cross Manufacturing Bath, UK --