Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Advanced Systems Integration (ASi) Expands Operations with Addition of Microsoft Dynamics AX Developer

Marco Carvalho Joins ASi as Senior Developer for Microsoft Dynamics AX

LAKE FOREST, CA – August 24, 2010 – Advanced Systems Integration (ASi) a Microsoft Dynamics AX Gold Certified Business Solutions and Learning Solutions Partner is pleased to announce the addition of Certified Microsoft Dynamics AX Professional, Marco Carvalho, as Senior Developer.
Effective immediately, Marco will bring his years of Microsoft Dynamics AX (formerly Microsoft Business Solutions Axapta and Damgaard Axapta) experience and set of credentials to the ASi team and customer base. He is a past owner of a successful Microsoft Dynamics AX consulting business. Marco has also recently written (available October 2010 - ISBN is 978-1-847197-84-9) a technical book on Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 titled, “Dynamics AX 2009 Administration.”
In addition to standard development work, Marco will be responsible for many customer facing aspects such as service, training, and customizations. David Payne, Founder and CEO of ASi, is especially delighted with the addition of Marco. David Payne commented, “We are pleased to have been able to add Marco to our ASi team. Marco will be a major asset to our customers with his implementation experience and he is especially skilled in identifying business process improvements and the balance between leveraging the core Microsoft Dynamics AX functionality and features with needed customizations.” He will be based in Connecticut for added coverage for ASi’s east coast customer’s.
Marco has earned his B.S. degree from the Rochester Institute of Technology, in New York. He is fluent in English, Portuguese and Spanish. He can be reached at ASi at mcarvalho@advancedsystemsintegration.com.


About ASi: Advanced Systems Integration, Inc. is a Gold Certified Microsoft Dynamics™ AX and Learning Solutions partner founded in 1991 that delivers comprehensive enterprise class applications that improve customer relations, enhance partner collaboration and create efficiencies across supply chains and business operations. ASi also offers industry specific extensions integrated with Microsoft Dynamics AX platform (formerly Microsoft Business Solutions Axapta). ASi uses its industry focus, enterprise software domain expertise and transparent agile implementation methodology to provide its clients an enterprise class solution that is implemented properly the first time. ASi is based in Lake Forest, CA and has sales offices strategically located throughout the United States. Please visit the company’s web site at www.advancedsystemsintegration.com.

About Microsoft Dynamics AX:
Microsoft Dynamics AX is an adaptable business management solution that enables companies and their workers to make business decisions with greater confidence. Microsoft Dynamics AX works like and with familiar Microsoft Office software, with comprehensive features that help automate and streamline business processes, and connect users with global customers, business partners and subsidiaries in a way that helps drive business success.
http://www.microsoft.com/dynamics/ax/default.mspx.

About Microsoft: Founded in 1975, Microsoft (NASDAQ “MSFT”) is the worldwide leader in software, services and solutions that help people and businesses realize their full potential. www.microsoft.com

For more information on this release, please contact:Lisa Aschenbrenner
Marketing Manager
Advanced Systems Integration, Inc.
(949) 597-2170
lisaa@advancedsystemsintegration.com


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Monday, June 21, 2010

ASi Offers New and Complete Business Intelligence Suite Powered by timeXtender for Microsoft Dynamics AX

Advanced Systems Integration and timeXtender form strategic alliance to offer comprehensive BI solution for Microsoft Dynamics AX users

Lake Forest, CA — June 7, 2010 — Advanced Systems Integration, Inc. (ASi), a Microsoft Dynamics AX Gold-Certified, Business Solutions and Learning Solutions training partner is pleased to announce its new, complete Business Intelligence solution, AX SMART BI, for Microsoft Dynamics AX (formerly Microsoft Business Solutions Axapta).

The new BI solution, powered by timeXtender, QuickCubes, and TARGIT, streamlines and simplifies the business intelligence design process by auto-generating the underlying project code - no need for hand-coding. David Payne, CEO of ASi, comments, “As a result, a BI project is ready to go live faster, requires less external support, and less implementation time. Companies can consolidate data from multiple companies in one data warehouse, obtaining a complete picture of their business – all without being an expert in the underlying Microsoft Dynamics AX database.”

ASi new BI Suite allows users to select from various templates and adapters designed to auto-generate data warehouses and cubes for Microsoft Dynamics AX using the visual drag and drop approach. The complete solution permits organizations to combine data from Microsoft Dynamics AX with information from other sources as well. The adapter synchronizes with your Microsoft Dynamics AX application, keeping information current at all times.

ASi new BI suite is compatible with most reporting tools but ASi recommends TARGIT for optimal performance and usability. Also, timeXtender is compatible with other ERP business systems such Microsoft Dynamics NAV or SAP.


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About Advanced Systems Integration Inc.

Advanced Systems Integration, Inc.(ASi) is a Gold Certified Microsoft Dynamics AX and Learning Solutions partner founded in 1991. ASi delivers comprehensive enterprise class applications that improve customer relations, enhance partner collaboration and create efficiencies across supply chains and business operations. ASi also offers industry specific extensions integrated with Microsoft Dynamics AX solution. Based in Orange County, California, ASi serves the Southern California greater area including the counties of San Diego, Orange, Los Angeles, Ventura, Riverside and San Bernardino. Please visit the company’s web site at www.advancedsystemsintegration.com.

About timeXtender

timeXtender® is a dynamic and innovative Business Intelligence software house that develops the product timeXtender® – a SQL Server-based data warehousing and OLAP cube tool that requires no coding. timeXtender is also the creator of QuickCubes – predefined and easily deployed Business Intelligence solutions. A Microsoft Gold Partner since 2006, timeXtender reached a strategic milestone when it was named Microsoft ISV Partner of the year in Denmark in 2008. Headquartered in Denmark, with offices throughout Europe and in the USA, timeXtender is an international, partner- driven company. Read more at www.timextender.com and www.quickcube.eu.

About Microsoft Dynamics

Microsoft Dynamics is a line of financial, customer relationship and supply-chain management solutions that helps businesses work more effectively. Delivered through a network of channel partners providing specialized services, these integrated, adaptable business management solutions work like and with familiar Microsoft software to streamline processes across an entire business. http://www.microsoft.com/dynamics/ax/default.mspx.

About Microsoft

Founded in 1975, Microsoft (Nasdaq “MSFT”) is the worldwide leader in software, services and solutions that help people and businesses realize their full potential. www.microsoft.com
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For more information on this release, please contact:


Lisa Aschenbrenner
Marketing Manager
Advanced Systems Integration, Inc.
(949) 597-2170
lisaa@advancedsystemsintegration.com

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Advanced Systems Integration Releases New Case Study on Inventory Management Solution for Microsoft Dynamics AX

Advanced Systems Integration (ASi) extends Microsoft Dynamics AX functionality with integration of Inventory II for global leader in apparel manufacturing, FFI.

LAKE FOREST, CA – April 20, 2010 – Advanced Systems Integration, Inc. (ASi), a Microsoft Dynamics AX Gold Certified Business Solutions and Learning Solutions training partner, is pleased to announce the release of a new Customer Case Study. This new case study highlights the success of the inventory management solution, Inventory II, with ASi’s high-volume, global apparel manufacturing customer, Fortune Fashions Industries, FFI.

FFI, the largest domestic screen-printer, produces over 100,000 garments per day – more than 35 million per year. Operating in the fast turnaround and low-margin world of retail fashion, FFI needed a solution that could manage their complex inventory and warehousing operations and enable capacity and manufacturing planning. The out-of-the-box inventory management solution tracked every movement of an item before and after manufacturing. For FFI, which is constantly moving a high-volume of inventory, this resulted in hundreds of thousands of transactions per month. Batch routines for inventory settlement and product costing took days or weeks to run. FFI CIO, Paul Arlin explains in the study, “We run our business by the numbers. If we can’t complete the reconciliation, we don’t know what our margins are.”

FFI turned to ASi for help. ASi recommended Inventory II, a third-party solution from FSB Development. ASi has trained and specialized in Inventory II and recognized the perfect fit for FFI. Inventory II extends the standard Microsoft Dynamics AX inventory module to provide inventory analytics, accurate costing, and intelligent reservation controls. The module’s innovative database ‘watermarking’ technology allows it to scale to very high transaction levels and enables companies to run analytics, reporting, and master scheduling routines during daily operation, with no degradation in performance even on very large databases.

Inventory II has dramatically increased the performance of FFI’s ERP system, delivering faster reporting and queries while reducing the demands on hardware and software. With production planners querying the “on-hand” inventory tables many times each day to allocate or reserve merchandise to upcoming productions, even incremental improvements in performance can add up. Arlin comments in the case study, “Given the number of inquiries that hit our systems, being able to get that information in front of the user quickly and accurately is extremely important,” “Inventory II makes our system much more efficient and consistently shaves seconds of every transaction, day after day. We now spend less time waiting and more time working.”

For complete details or a copy of the case study or for more information on Inventory II, please visit the Advanced Systems Integration website www.advancedsystemsintegration.com.

About ASi: Advanced Systems Integration, Inc. is a Microsoft Gold Certified Dynamics™ AX Partner founded in 1991 that delivers comprehensive enterprise class applications that improve customer relations, enhance partner collaboration and create efficiencies across supply chains and business operations. ASI also offers industry specific extensions integrated with Microsoft Dynamics AX platform. ASI uses its industry focus, enterprise software domain expertise and transparent agile implementation methodology to provide its clients an enterprise class solution that is implemented properly the first time. ASI is based in Lake Forest, Calif and has sales offices in strategic locations throughout the United States. Please visit the company’s web site at www.advancedsystemsintegration.com

About Fortune Fashions Industries: Founded in 1991, Fortune Fashions Industries is a global leader in the manufacturing and distribution of branded, licensed, and private label apparel and accessories. www.fortunefashions.com
FSB Development: The developer of Inventory II, FSB Development has more than a decade of experience working with Microsoft Dynamics AX. FSB Development is a certified Microsoft Independent Software Vendor. www.fsbdev.com

About Microsoft Dynamics AX: Microsoft Dynamics AX is an adaptable business management solution that enables companies and their workers to make business decisions with greater confidence. Microsoft Dynamics AX works like and with familiar Microsoft Office software, with comprehensive features that help automate and streamline business processes, and connect users with global customers, business partners and subsidiaries in a way that helps drive business success. http://www.microsoft.com/dynamics/ax/default.mspx

About Microsoft: Founded in 1975, Microsoft (NASDAQ “MSFT”) is the worldwide leader in software, services and solutions that help people and businesses realize their full potential. www.microsoft.com

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For more information on this release, please contact:
Lisa Aschenbrenner
Marketing Manager
Advanced Systems Integration, Inc.
(949) 597-2170
lisaa@advancedsystemsintegration.com

Friday, January 15, 2010

Felt Bicycles “Breaks Away from Pack” with New E-Commerce Solution

Advanced Systems Integration advances Felt Bicycles’ dealer communication with an integration of Microsoft Dynamics AX and Sparc Retails’s order management tool


Lake Forest, CA — January 13, 2010 — Advanced Systems Integration (ASi) is pleased to announce Felt Bicycles’ integration of Hubsoft to its existing Microsoft Dynamics AX ERP solution. Sparc Retail, publishers of Hubsoft which is a comprehensive order management portal, worked in partnership with Advanced Systems Integration to create a tightly integrated e-commerce solution for Felt.

Felt Bicycles selected Hubsoft for its ability to provide additional and robust functionality to its ERP Microsoft Dynamics AX system (formerly known as Microsoft Business Solutions Axapta) via an e-commerce customer portal. Felt’s new portal provides 24/7, real-time access to product catalogs, inventory as well as the ability to place and track orders and view invoices. Through the complex, multi-touch integration, Felt and its dealers are able to access and view critical business intelligence easily and in real-time.

Felt takes its commitment to providing “speed” seriously whether it’s in its products or service. By providing direct 24/7 access to an array of product and order management tools, Felt is making it easier to do business with them. But, it’s not just about moving fast, Felt’s new e-commerce portal allows their dealers to focus on the complexities of growing their business, rather than merely conducting it.

Microsoft Dynamics AX is an advanced comprehensive business-management solution for fast growing, midsize-to-large companies that offers a high-degree of scalability, adaptability, and industry-specific functionality making it ideal for this e-commerce integration.

About Felt Bicycles
Felt Bicycles is a leading designer, manufacturer and distributor of its own proprietary branded premium quality bicycles, framesets, components and accessories. The company U.S. office is located in Irvine, CA and its European office is in Edewecht, Germany. Felt Bicycles is an internationally recognized brand whose bicycles and products are currently sold in over 30 countries, worldwide. Athletes on Felt products have won numerous National and International events including World Championships, Olympic Games, ESPN X-Games, and other major national and international competitions. For more information on Felt Bicycles call (949) 452-9050 in the U.S. or (49) 4405-928015 in Europe, or visit Felt online at www.feltbicycles.com or www.feltbmx.com.

About Advanced Systems Integration Inc.
Advanced Systems Integration (ASi) is a Gold Certified Microsoft Dynamics™ AX and Learning Solutions partner founded in 1991 that delivers comprehensive enterprise class applications that improve customer relations, enhance partner collaboration and create efficiencies across supply chains and business operations. ASi also offers industry specific extensions integrated with Microsoft Dynamics AX platform (formerly Microsoft Business Solutions Axapta). ASi uses its industry focus, enterprise software domain expertise and transparent agile implementation methodology to provide its clients an enterprise class solution that is implemented properly the first time. ASi is based in Lake Forest, CA and has sales offices strategically located throughout the United States. Please visit the company’s web site at www.advancedsystemsintegration.com.

About Sparc Retail:
Headquartered in Laguna Beach, CA, Sparc develops integrated B2B portals to keep a brand’s sales force and dealer network plugged in. Sparc creates immersive environments designed to deliver a brand’s truth and passion, create loyal crusaders, and streamline sales order management and communications. www.sparcretail.com

About Microsoft Dynamics AX
Microsoft Dynamics AX is an adaptable business management solution that enables companies and their workers to make business decisions with greater confidence. Microsoft Dynamics AX works like and with familiar Microsoft Office software, with comprehensive features that help automate and streamline business processes, and connect users with global customers, business partners and subsidiaries in a way that helps drive business success. http://www.microsoft.com/dynamics/ax/default.mspx.

About Microsoft
Founded in 1975, Microsoft (NASDAQ “MSFT”) is the worldwide leader in software, services and solutions that help people and businesses realize their full potential. www.microsoft.com
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For more information on this release, please contact:
Lisa Aschenbrenner
Marketing Manager
Advanced Systems Integration, Inc.
(949) 597-2170
lisaa@advancedsystemsintegration.com

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

3 Insider Tips for Evaluating Microsoft Dynamics ERP software

Written By Jeff Onesto, Director of Business Development, ASi (Originally released on MSDynamicsWorld.com)

As we move into the fall, parents everywhere have just finished the daunting task of getting their kids ready for the new school year. Microsoft Dynamics ERP partners go through a similar process as we get ready to kick-off the “Software Evaluation Season”. After almost 10 years in the channel, I hope to offer companies seeking a new ERP solution some useful tips when beginning their evaluation.

TIP#1 – Begin the evaluation with a business case

I have the unique opportunity to observe and participate in many ERP evaluations and I am constantly amazed how many companies begin evaluating software without a business case. The business case is a living document and will change as you become more familiar with ERP features and functions. Most importantly, the business case requires you to look past the obvious costs such as software and hardware, and consider internal costs such as backfilling key personnel.

TIP#2 – Evaluate standard license terms early

In my humble opinion (IMHO,) if corporate executives clearly understood the standard publisher warranty, disclaimers and/or damage limitations before beginning the evaluation process the players and process would look quite different and be performed with much more care. Software License Terms (SLT), in the case of Microsoft, End User License Agreement (EULA), in the case of SAP, and License & Services Agreement (LSA), in the case of Oracle can easily be ‘BING’-ed on the internet. As you can see below, Microsoft, SAP and Oracle are fairly consistent. Understanding your legal rights is very important and the very reason why taking the time to review is so important in the evaluation process. You cannot return ERP software and very few ‘IF ANY’ companies prevail in court.

TIP #3 Break the evaluation into 2 phases: 1) evaluation of application/platform; 2) evaluation of delivery partner

As you can see below, Microsoft, SAP or Oracle do not endorse and/or assume any liability resulting from the use of a certified partner and/or their certified software solutions/configurations such as Certified for Microsoft Dynamics (CfMD), Oracle Accelerate or SAP Business All-in-One. You do this entirely at your own risk. Following this simple tip you will answer the big question, “Is the sales partner the best delivery partner?” In some cases, maybe, in others, maybe not!

References:
Microsoft Dynamics Software Licensing Terms (SLT)
http://www.microsoft.com/dynamics/en/us/licensing.aspx
SAP End User License Agreement (EULA)
http://www.carahsoft.com/contracts/eula/documents/SAP-EULA.pdf
Oracle License & Services Agreement (OLSA)
http://www.oracle.com/corporate/license/agreements.html

Advanced Systems Integration, Inc.(ASi) is a Gold Certified Microsoft Dynamics AX (formerly Microsoft Business Solutions Axapta) and Learning Solutions partner founded in 1991. ASi delivers comprehensive enterprise class applications that improve customer relations, enhance partner collaboration and create efficiencies across supply chains and business operations. ASi also offers industry specific extensions integrated with Microsoft Dynamics AX (formerly Microsoft Business Solutions Axapta) solution. Based in Orange County, California, ASi serves California including the counties of San Diego, Orange, Los Angeles, Ventura, Riverside, San Bernardino, Alameda, Sacramento, San Francisco and Santa Clara. Please visit the company’s web site at www.advancedsystemsintegration.com.

Friday, August 21, 2009

Advanced Systems Integration (ASi) named 2009 “Killer VAR” by Accounting Today Magazine

LOS ANGELES, CA (July 28, 2009) Advanced Systems Integration (ASi) has been selected among hundreds of resellers from across the nation and will be featured in the August edition of Accounting Today and Accounting Technology magazines. A great honor especially in a year when a slowing economy is challenging small and midsized businesses, the featured VARs (Value-added Resellers) had to demonstrate they have what it takes to not only survive, but succeed, in the down economy. This annual distinction highlights firms that demonstrate extraordinary commitment and character, innovative marketing techniques and an exemplary level of service. The 2009 listing of Killer VARs will be available in the August edition of http://www.webcpa.com.

"We are proud to be a recipient of the "Killer VAR" award,” said Lisa Aschenbrenner, ASi-Marketing Manager. “As one of the original Damgaard Partners here in the U.S. we have been committed to the Microsoft Dynamics AX (Axapta) platform since 1997 and look forward to helping our customers profitably grow and gain market share.

Advanced Systems Integration, Inc.(ASi) is a Gold Certified Microsoft Dynamics AX (formerly Microsoft Business Solutions Axapta) and Learning Solutions partner founded in 1991. ASi delivers comprehensive enterprise class applications that improve customer relations, enhance partner collaboration and create efficiencies across supply chains and business operations. ASi also offers industry specific extensions integrated with Microsoft Dynamics AX (formerly Microsoft Business Solutions Axapta) solution. Based in Orange County, California, ASi serves California including the counties of San Diego, Orange, Los Angeles, Ventura, Riverside, San Bernardino, Alameda, Sacramento, San Francisco and Santa Clara. Please visit the company’s web site at www.advancedsystemsintegration.com.

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

What Is the Future of Microsoft Dynamics AX (formerly Microsoft Business Solutions Axapta) in the Cloud? Being Upfront About the Obstacles

I am currently reading The Big Switch - Rewiring the world from Edison to Google by Nicholas Car. The book draws a colorful parallel between Thomas Edison's battle to power the world versus a "Google type" company's battle to power the emerging cloud computing technology shift. The book sounds a warning to the major on-premise solution providers such as Microsoft, IBM and Dell, as Nicholas Car ultimately declares that utility computing will forever change the computing landscape, and most important, is here to stay.

I mention this book because most of Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) was focused on Microsoft's Software-Plus- Services (S + S) strategy, especially as relates to Windows Azure, Microsoft Online Services, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, and Microsoft Business Productivity Online Suite (BPOS). At the heart of Microsoft's strategy is the "power of choice". The strategy differs from pure Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) by attempting to achieve server/services symmetry by allowing businesses to move parts of their applications to/from terrestrial servers into the cloud. If you are not exactly familiar with the term "cloud computing" or Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), I have summarized the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) definitions below:

•Cloud computing is a model for enabling on-demand, metered access to a shared pool of location independent configurable computing resources that can be rapidly provisioned.

•Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) is one of three (3) cloud computing delivery models where applications running on a cloud infrastructure are accessible from various client devices through a thin client interface such as web browser.


What is the future of SaaS for ERP applications like Microsoft Dynamics AX (formerly Microsoft Business Solutions Axapta)? What follows are some considerations.

Logically thinking about the typical procurement process for enterprise business applications such as Microsoft Dynamics AX (formerly Microsoft Business Solutions Axapta), the first and often most important decision is whether to own "capital expenditure" or rent "operational expenditure". This simple decision is often at the center of debate regarding on-premise vs. on-demand business applications. This single decision dictates how the transaction will be recorded on the company's financial statements. This single decision can actually have a tremendous impact on EPS (Earning per Share) financial ratios, EBITDA (Earnings before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization) and ultimately, the company's ability to raise capital and borrow future funds.

It appears to me that most CFO's prefer operational expenditures, or OPEX, because they relate to current revenue streams and often represent flexible, non-physical assets that typically do not lose value or become obsolete. OPEX often also generate immediate tax benefits by reducing corporate taxable income. With elasticity, scalability, cost and accounting on the side of the cloud computing, it is easy to understand why this new computing model is becoming so popular, so quickly. For example, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, the only Dynamics product currently available either on-premise or on-demand, just hit the 1 million user mark. The "power of choice" appears to be working with functional line of business (LOB) applications such as CRM and XRM.

While all this would seem to bode well for major ERP applications like Microsoft Dynamics AX (formerly Microsoft Business Solutions Axapta) moving to SaaS, it's not so simple. Unlike CRM and XRM, moving ERP, most often the "System of Record," into the cloud involves greater complexities and risk, especially for larger enterprises with existing security, control and infrastructure. ERP systems house tremendous amounts of critical and highly relational master data such as customer, vendor, employee and products. This data often represents a competitive advantage and are vital to a company's success.

In order for a SaaS ERP offering to work for larger enterprises, much will have to be done in the area of regulation, compliance and law. At present no 1, 2 or 3 companies can claim to be running "the cloud" and no single entity has taken it upon itself to attempt to regulate such promising technology, which by definition will connect global economies.

Whatever shape or form the cloud eventually takes, the recent collapse of Wall Street demonstrates the need to address key business risks and remain transparent. Corporate executives must be very confident in accessing and quantifying the risk of unauthorized access or lost data, not to mention how conflicting state, federal and global laws will apply.

Whether referring to computing and storage, infrastructure or applications, the cloud has tremendous potential, but it is not without risk. Unfortunately, when it comes to mission critical business applications such as ERP, the model appears to be bit immature for many customers, and with too many questions left unanswered regarding security, control, regulation and speed. Some recent comments from other major ERP suppliers point to the same thinking:

•"If you look at the leaders, they don't make very much money and they've been at it for almost ten years. It's hard to point to any (SaaS) provider that's doing a good job of improving their profitability. I think that's what we are focused on before we scale the business. The last thing we want to do is have a very large business that is not terribly profitable and drags our margins down. Larry Ellison, Oracle CEO

•"We believe in some forms of (SaaS) but not as a core business foundation for its typical customer. It just wouldn't work. It has taken us 36 years to build a ‘core' on which modern, global companies can run their businesses, which is tailored to specific industries and offers a huge partner ecosystem. These foundations are very important to companies, they like having control of data. They don't want to leave destiny in someone else's hands." Bill McDermott, SAP CEO

Enterprise business applications such as Microsoft Dynamics AX (formerly Microsoft Business Solutions Axapta) already consume many web-services, from applications perfectly suited for the cloud, such as e-commerce, sales tax, credit card and electronic data interchange. Until many of the other issues I have discussed are resolved, though, I don't forecast the demand for enterprise business applications in the cloud will change and without demand I don't anticipate Microsoft offering Dynamics AX (formerly Microsoft Business Solutions Axapta) on-demand. Don't be surprised however,to see certain Microsoft Dynamics ERP web-services become available online at Microsoft Dynamics Online http://www.dynamicsonline.com.

About Advanced Systems Integration Inc (ASi).

Advanced Systems Integration, Inc.(ASi) is a Gold Certified Microsoft Dynamics AX (formerly Microsoft Business Solutions Axapta) and Learning Solutions partner founded in 1991. ASi delivers comprehensive enterprise class applications that improve customer relations, enhance partner collaboration and create efficiencies across supply chains and business operations. ASi also offers industry specific extensions integrated with Microsoft Dynamics AX (formerly Microsoft Business Solutions Axapta) solution. Based in Orange County, California, ASi serves California including the counties of San Diego, Orange, Los Angeles, Ventura, Riverside, San Bernardino, Alameda, Sacramento, San Francisco and Santa Clara. Please visit the company’s web site at www.advancedsystemsintegration.com.