Anonymous UserData Analytics Manager at a tech services company
We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"It was an okay solution when we delivered hardware and we had to do maintenance."
"Dynamics AX provides a lot of functionality."
"If anyone is familiar with Microsoft products then they can handle it easily."
"I like that it's a complete ERP solution from production level to branch level."
"It is stable, suitable for businesses, and covers all business needs."
"The relation between CRM and Sales, that's the main strength of this ERP."
"One of the valuable features of the solution is how easy it is to use."
"There's a moderate amount of scalability available."
"You can track everything from beginning to end quite easily."
"The solution offers integrations with other software as well. We have integration with Microsoft Office where we can do Word and Excel, etc."
"The stability was reliable."
"It is being decommissioned."
"The product is standardised across industries so it is not a good fit for all types of sectors."
"There should be the capability for users to enhance the application by using a low-code or no-code product from the Microsoft family."
"There are so many errors."
"There is no Arabic interface in Microsoft Business Central, which is a big weak point."
"They should include some modules related to solving customer problems or resolving support tickets from our customers — like a help desk for ERPs."
"The integration could improve for the future."
"The solution in general just needs a few quality improvements."
"The purchase order and processing aspects of the solution should be improved."
"With payroll, the payroll that they have offers US or Canadian tax. However, here, our tax payments are different from the US and Canada. It is very difficult to put in our tax tables. We need some customization. It should be readily available for any country to use according to their tax implications. The system should know different types of tax regimes around the world so that it can accommodate. It's a little bit rigid on that."
"This is now a legacy product, so they're phasing it out over time."
"The pricing is expensive."
"It's too expensive for customers to take this on themselves. As partners, we will buy this on behalf of the customers and then charge this value for each project."
"It is $180 to $200 per user per month with a minimum of 20 users, which makes selling the product a bit difficult."
"I don't know how much this solution costs off the top of my head, but I know that the cloud and SaaS solutions are cheaper."
"For us, in our local currency, it costs us around 5 million Botswanan Pulas a year. It's quite a lot of money."
Microsoft Dynamics GP is a complete enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution for small and medium-sized businesses. Dynamics GP helps you gain greater control over your financials, inventory, and operations. It’s easy to implement and use and empowers informed decisions that lead to business success.
Microsoft Dynamics AX is ranked 8th in ERP with 8 reviews while Microsoft Dynamics GP is ranked 17th in ERP with 3 reviews. Microsoft Dynamics AX is rated 7.8, while Microsoft Dynamics GP is rated 6.0. The top reviewer of Microsoft Dynamics AX writes "Provides a lot of functionality". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Microsoft Dynamics GP writes "Robust system with a good integration manager but needs better budgeting features". Microsoft Dynamics AX is most compared with SAP S4HANA, SAP ERP, Oracle E-Business Suite, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and Oracle ERP Cloud, whereas Microsoft Dynamics GP is most compared with SAP Business ByDesign, SAP S4HANA, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, Viewpoint ERP and Epicor ERP. See our Microsoft Dynamics AX vs. Microsoft Dynamics GP report.
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