Bridging Microsoft Dynamics Ax2012 & Finance and Operation Course Overview

Bridging Microsoft Dynamics Ax2012 & Finance and Operation Course Overview

The Bridging Microsoft Dynamics AX2012 & Finance and Operations course is designed for learners to understand the transition from Microsoft Dynamics AX2012 to Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations. It provides an in-depth look at the architectural, technical, and functional differences between the two systems, helping professionals bridge their knowledge gap.

Module 1 dives into the architectural differences, such as infrastructure changes moving from on-premises to cloud-based systems, and the shift from Active Directory to Azure Active Directory.

Module 2 highlights new features in Finance and Operations, including workspaces, personalization, and integration with the Power Platform, as well as update management through One Version.

Module 3 focuses on navigation within Dynamics 365, including basics, filtering, sorting, and document handling, and contrasts it with Dynamics AX-2012.

Module 4 outlines the technical differences, such as development using MorphX vs. Visual Studio and the move from overlayering to extensions.

Lastly, Module 5 delves into the functional differences, particularly in financial and procurement areas.

This course equips learners with the knowledge to effectively transition and leverage the advanced capabilities of Dynamics 365, enhancing their professional development and organizational impact.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure a successful training experience in the Bridging Microsoft Dynamics AX2012 & Finance and Operations course, participants should possess the following minimum prerequisites:


  • Basic understanding of ERP concepts, particularly in the context of Microsoft Dynamics solutions.
  • Prior experience with or exposure to Microsoft Dynamics AX2012, including familiarity with its user interface and core functionalities.
  • Knowledge of the key business processes within Finance and Operations modules, such as financials, procurement, and supply chain management.
  • Comfort with basic IT concepts and the Windows operating environment.
  • Familiarity with cloud computing principles, as this course covers infrastructure differences including cloud and hybrid systems.
  • An understanding of the Microsoft ecosystem, including Active Directory and Azure Active Directory, as the course explores authentication and security frameworks.
  • Experience with Microsoft Excel for data analysis and reporting purposes, as the course includes lessons on data export and filtering.

Please note that while these prerequisites are aimed at providing a foundation for the course content, the training is designed to bridge the gap between Microsoft Dynamics AX2012 and Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations, so a willingness to learn and adapt to new technologies is equally important.


Target Audience for Bridging Microsoft Dynamics Ax2012 & Finance and Operation

  1. This course bridges the gap between Microsoft Dynamics AX2012 and Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations, targeting professionals in IT and finance.


  2. Target audience for the Bridging Microsoft Dynamics AX2012 & Finance and Operations course:


  • IT Professionals working with ERP systems
  • Dynamics AX2012 Developers and Consultants
  • Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations Developers
  • Technical Solution Architects
  • Systems Administrators and Engineers focusing on Microsoft solutions
  • Database Administrators managing Dynamics environments
  • IT Project Managers overseeing Dynamics implementations
  • Business Analysts seeking to understand the technical aspects of Dynamics 365
  • Financial Analysts and Accountants using Dynamics 365 Finance
  • Procurement Managers transitioning from AX2012 to Dynamics 365
  • Professionals responsible for IT infrastructure in organizations using Dynamics ERP systems
  • Users and Technicians upgrading from AX2012 to Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations


Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this Bridging Microsoft Dynamics Ax2012 & Finance and Operation?

Introduction to the Course's Learning Outcomes and Concepts Covered:

This course is designed to bridge the knowledge gap between Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 and Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations. Participants will learn architectural, technical, and functional differences and explore new features in Finance and Operations.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Understand the key architectural differences between Dynamics AX 2012 and Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations, including infrastructure and runtime architecture.
  • Compare and contrast the physical on-premises servers with cloud-based and hybrid systems.
  • Learn about the transition from Active Directory to Azure Active Directory.
  • Identify and utilize new features in Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations such as workspaces, personalization, and the Power Platform.
  • Understand the implications of continuous updates with One Version and how to use Lifecycle Services (LCS).
  • Navigate effectively within Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations and understand the differences in navigation compared to Dynamics AX 2012.
  • Master data management techniques, including filtering, sorting, exporting to Excel, and document handling.
  • Recognize the shift from MorphX to Visual Studio as the primary development environment and the move from overlayering to extensions for customization.
  • Explore differences in reporting capabilities and learn how to create objects in the new environment.
  • Analyze functional differences, particularly in financial and procurement modules, to effectively manage business processes in the updated system.