Leading Dynamics AX implementation services firm provides integration solution for all Microsoft Dynamics AX versions, including newly released AX7
enVista, a leading supply chain consulting and IT services firm announced today the latest release of its proprietary enHanced Integration FrameworkTM for Microsoft Dynamics® AX 365 for Operations (AX7). The solution was designed to specifically enable ease of integration between Microsoft’s Dynamics AX7 and companies’ existing software solutions, reducing IT requirements, overall cost, and time to value. A Microsoft Dynamics AX Gold Certified Partner, enVista also provides industry-leading Microsoft Dynamics implementation services and proprietary integration solutions for all versions of AX.
“We are pleased to offer a working integration framework for Microsoft Dynamics AX7 that significantly shortens deployment timeframes and mitigates integration issues,” said enVista Senior Director and AX Applications Architect Don Riggs. “When we started down the prescribed integration path for AX7 there was no clear course for messaging integration within the AX7 offering, especially advanced messaging integration. To solve and standardize integration issues, we developed an entirely new messaging architecture that meets the demands of AX7’s new environment and enables companies to rapidly implement and integrate Dynamics AX7 with their existing solutions.”
enVista’s Enhanced Integration FrameworkTM (EIF) provides a modular way to solve integration requirements. Based on a robust set of standard AX processes, it allows the user to configure their messaging processes to drive downstream processes. One of the most valuable features is the ability of partners, ISVs, or the client themselves to expand the framework. This allows AX users to design and implement customized processes to meet their unique business requirements.
Brian Manchester, senior director of enterprise development at enVista, said, “The integration gap in the marketplace is huge; many vendors provide targeted solutions, such as EDI or a WMS integration. Unfortunately, this leads customers to implement multiple solutions from a variety of vendors, thereby increasing complexity and cost. With this in mind, we developed an AX-centric integration framework upon which integration solutions are built. Within this framework, we have implemented EDI, WMS, TMS, 3PL and Ecommerce solutions. Additionally, this framework is completely extensible, allowing developers to create new integration solutions without having to start from scratch. This approach focuses on supporting the AX user community and enabling users to attain more value from their AX solution investments.”