Edgewater Fullscope Blog

Playing a “Joined Up” Team Game in the Industrial IoT - Don't Sit on the Bench!

Dec 12, 2017 2:55:00 AM

“Industrial Internet of Things” – Deal or No Deal?  Alongside “Industry 4.0”, it’s a question that manufacturers are increasingly being forced to consider. IIoT is one of the big financial boxes of future survival that every company player now needs to be opening up. But are some manufacturers dismissing it as the latest hyped up fad to distract them from getting on with business they know and trust? While others say “it’s all very interesting” and “yeah, they may take a look at some point - definitely.”

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Introducing Microsoft Dynamics 365

Dec 2, 2016 10:58:20 AM

By Marielena Zajac, Marketing Specialist

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AXUG & CRMUG Kicks Off with Advice from Storm Chaser George Kourounis – No Fear!​​

Oct 14, 2015 5:00:26 PM

October Blog Series: Saving Time & Energy

Insights From: Jamie Bracewell (Edgewater Fullscope, ​Director of Marketing)

Edgewater Fullscope is pleased to have a large ERP and CRM team at the AXUG and CRUMG Summits in Reno, NV, and we look forward to an exciting week with our customers, partners and Microsoft friends.

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Supporting Business Goals with BI Tools Part #2: Exploring Microsoft's BI Capabilities

Dec 23, 2014 4:00:28 PM

December Blog Series: Spreading the Joy

Insights from: Understanding the Challenges of Business Intelligence: What You Should Know Before Deploying a BI Solution(Whitepaper written by Gina Pabalan)

​In order to leverage as much of your Microsoft Dynamics AX investment as possible, there are five distinct components of Microsoft's BI capability that should be understood:

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Supporting Business Goals with BI Tools Part #1 Exploring the BI Software Vendor Landscape

Dec 16, 2014 4:00:20 PM

December Blog Series: Spreading the Joy

Insights from: Understanding the Challenges of Business Intelligence: What You Should Know Before Deploying a BI Solution (Whitepaper written by Gina Pabalan)

When considering BI and the different reporting tools available to access information within Microsoft Dynamics AX, there are choices.  The reality is that no single reporting tool is appropriate for every user's needs for all questions that must be answered or explored in a day.

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Implementing BI Tools with Microsoft Dynamics AX Part #2: Leveraging Microsoft AX out-of-the-box BI

Dec 9, 2014 4:00:11 PM

December Blog Series: Spreading the Joy

Insights from: Understanding the Challenges of Business Intellige​nce: What You Should Know Before Deploying a BI Solution (White paper written by Gina Pabalan)

Many manufacturers have misaligned expectations of what it will take to achieve a successful BI and reporting capability within Microsoft Dynamics AX.  Since Microsoft professes "out-of-the-box" BI capability, an expectation has been set that companies can simply turn BI on and it will deliver intended value.

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Debunking Myths​: Implementing BI Tools with Microsoft Dynamics AX is a Simple Process ​Part #1: The Importance of Understanding What's Involved with BI

Sep 2, 2014 5:00:25 PM

September Blog Series: Debunking Myths

Insights from: Understanding the Challenges of Business Intelligence: What You Should Know Before Deploying a BI Solution (Whitepaper by Gina Pabalan)

Business Intelligence (BI) is a natural extension of enterprise resource planning (ERP), and ERP is the transactional backbone and necessary foundation of BI.   The implementation of Microsoft Dynamics AX requires significant investment of time and resources and companies are looking to maximize the return on that investment.  Companies want to leverage the BI tools and technologies delivered within Dynamics AX to help better manage their business, both tactically and strategically.  So, it is important to understand what is distinctly involved in BI.

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online: Inspiring the Future of Business Intelligence

Aug 28, 2014 5:00:29 PM

August's Blog Series Theme: Ideas That Inspire

Insights on Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online: Art Small (CRM Solutions Consultant)

How does Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online positively impact manufacturers that implement it?

​Having this system allows all users to be in the know because all data is in a centralized location as opposed to it being housed on each individual's computer. As a result, manufacturers don't have to take the proactive step of sharing information. The system does it for them. Users may now have a 360-degree view of their customers. CRM also provides native business intelligence through Dashboards and Reports. This helps support faster response times, better business intelligence and improved data analyses.

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