Microsoft Dynamics AX Customer Panel

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Published on March 18, 2008

Author: Shariyar


Microsoft Dynamics AX Customer Panel:  Microsoft Dynamics AX Customer Panel Luke Shave Global Customer Evidence Manager Microsoft Dynamics AX/NAV Jeff McKee Global Product Management Director Microsoft Dynamics AX SIMPLICITY :  SIMPLICITY Session Purpose :  Session Purpose Session Structure :  Session Structure - Brembo - Lantmännen Unibake - RICC McDonalds - Saint-Gobain - Wizz Air:  - Brembo - Lantmännen Unibake - RICC McDonalds - Saint-Gobain - Wizz Air At a Glance Slide6:  Brembo Paolo Crovetti CIO Brembo, Italy Brembo:  Brembo Market Leader in manufacturing of Performance Brake systems 21 Subsidiaries across 3 continents in 12 countries 5 Business Units (Cars, Commercial Vehicles, Motorcycles, High Performance Group, After Market) 4300+ Employees Worldwide (9% in R&D) 2005 Turnover of €711m Slide8:  RICC McDonalds Saleh Barakat IT Director RICC McDonalds, Saudi Arabia RICC McDonalds :  RICC McDonalds Licensed fast food chain operating in Saudi Arabia 1st store opened in December 1993 One of the leading McDonalds fast food chains in the Middle East 70 restaurants across KSA in most major cities 1500 Employees Rapid growth plan of 5 new restaurants per year Slide10:  Lantmännen Unibake Witold Lisiecki General Manager Lantmännen Unibake, Poland Lantmännen Unibake :  Lantmännen Unibake Amongst largest farming & food groups in Europe Number one in Europe (in turnover) One of the biggest producers of frozen bakery products in the world The market’s biggest assortment The world’s biggest producer of Danish pastry. Slide12:  Saint-Gobain Jésus Sanz CFO Saint-Gobain, France Sovis Optique/Saint-Gobain :  Sovis Optique/Saint-Gobain Slide14:  Wizz Air Zsombor Imre ERP & Payments Manager Wizz Air Wizz Air:  Wizz Air No.1 Low cost airline in Central & Eastern Europe (CEE) Poland (36% of the low cost market) Hungary (28% of the low cost market) Bulgaria (52% of the low cost market) Close to 5m passengers carried since May 2004 42 Destinations and 76 routes across Europe Largest e-commerce merchant in CEE 50%+ annual growth rate Slide16:  DEEP DIVE Pre-implementation Pre-Implementation :  Pre-Implementation Pre-Implementation: Pain Points :  Pre-Implementation: Pain Points Pre-Implementation: Critical Success Factors :  Pre-Implementation: Critical Success Factors Integration:  Integration Wizz Air: Selection Criteria:  Wizz Air: Selection Criteria • Passenger/ User funcionality – Cross-GAAP – Multilingual – ‘Glocal’: localised multicompany support • Airline industry reference • ROI+, cost-effective(investment, ops.) • Hosted by vendor • Interoperability, automated data transfer interfaces: – XML, SOAP, FTP, HTML, IATA, .net • Availability of Microsoft platform • Compliance with security requirements • Web-enabled • Flexibility: Ability to quickly react on changes as the business Slide22:  DEEP DIVE The Implementation Phase The Implementation Phase :  The Implementation Phase Slide24:  DEEP DIVE Post Implementation Post Implementation: :  Post Implementation: Session Structure :  Session Structure Slide27:  Q&A Slide28:  Wizz Air “Taking off with Microsoft Dynamics AX” Video Slide29:  © 2006 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. This presentation is for informational purposes only. Microsoft makes no warranties, express or implied, in this summary.

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