The next major iteration of Microsoft Dynamics AX – what people at Microsoft are referring to internally as “Project Rainier” or “Version 7”, is slated for a 2015 release and is one that will likely reinforce the company’s ever-pivoting marketing strategy – one that can be seen as a response to the increasing demand for mobility and cloud accessibility.
We previously discussed the 'who' with regard to data integration. Today’s focus will be on the ‘what’.
The definition of an integration is the process of linking together different computing systems and software applications physically or functionally to act as a coordinated whole.
One of the “disruptive” technologies that many have taken to integrate into their lives is demand-based, cashless ride sharing – a concept that has put taxi companies all over the world on notice. It’s a technology that has, in the long run, proven itself to be a viable and cheaper alternative to owning your own car - especially when accounting for such things as insurance, parking, gas, car payments, repairs, and stress!
The words “data integration” and “easy” are not often included in the same sentence. People in the integration world often cringe when they hear others say things like, ‘Oh! That’ll be easy!’