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This review is from: Food Products Manufacturing using Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 (Paperback)
Scott's new book on AX 2012 is in keeping with the quality and informative nature of his prior publications. The book is well organized with a good combination of diagrams, descriptions and case study examples of real companies who have put in practice the concepts described. Scott does an excellent job of describing the process verses discrete manufacturing concepts in such a way as to make the additional learning simple and incremental. The new 2012 features are explained well with excellent chapters on the new product/item features, resources and routings to name but two. There is even a section in the appendix that will be useful to those who want to quickly identify the major areas of new functionality for both 2012 and for process manufacturing. I have been implementing AX for many years in many different companies. I am constantly amazed at the depth of the author's knowledge of the features of AX and how these are so elegantly put into informative diagrams. I have found myself on numerous occasions going back to these texts, reviewing the chapters or simply looking up descriptions of features and functions to use in my day to day consulting activities. I would highly recommend this AX 2012 book and trust that you will find it as informative as I have.
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Initial post: Jun 21, 2014 6:43:24 PM PDT
Frank, given your experience, would this (Food Products Manufacturing version) be the correct book for biotech manufacturing? Or would the discrete manufacturing version be better suited for the biotech manufacturing environment?
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